j0seguzman wrote:I know there are many hunters who are up there in age and on a fixed income. They would not mind some help and would welcome newer decoys to their spread.
Not good to assume. Most veterans have fields and equipment well established over the years. And, some "up in age" have well established incomes and take less risks with their money. As a suggestion, maybe you should start purchasing equipment and/or find fields. Problem with people starting out or relocating is that they don't have anywhere to hunt, so I see your motivation to post. Public ground is a good start. If any one on here feels compelled to take you out, more power to them and you.