When you make the commitment to do what we’re doing but your neighbor hasn’t, you can’t beat him over the head with a sledgehammer and expect results. The worst thing you can do is look at a buck he shot and say, “He needed another year.” Well, if he’s dead in a pickup, he’s not getting a year older. If a fellow hunter is excited enough to drop the tailgate and show off their buck, whoop it up with them. Be happy with others’ success, and not jealous or demeaning. That alone makes working together easier in the long run.