Well, that’s not exactly true. It’s easy to hunt public land—just find some and hunt it. What’s hard is to hunt public land and have consistent success, particularly with mature animals. Again, there’s a ton of content being produced these days showing public land success, and that’s awesome, but you can’t expect to duplicate that success without serious effort. I typically enter into new public areas knowing it’s a three-season affair. The first year, I expect only to learn the area, get a feel for the quality of bucks it holds, the amount of hunting pressure it receives, and a very general understanding of how to approach it. In the second season, I’m more dialed in. I still don’t expect to kill an old buck but I think I have a better-than-average chance. There will be more refining and more adjusting. The third year, I’m expecting to fill a tag. The groundwork is in place and I’ve got two years worth of experience to rely on. It’s go time.