Yes sir in a number of ways. I like to keep a humble approach and strive to learn at every avenue i can possible. The goal is to be consistent in my tactics and strategy vs the once in a blue moon sheer dumb luck which ill take it every time gladly. But with every year that passes i find it more beneficial to focus on the woodsmanship side of it and get back to the root of hunting the habitat, terrain, conditions, and sign vs relying on a food plot or feed pile to bring success or encounters. Nothing wrong with it as ive done it for many a year but now i want to break away and focus more on the meat and potatoes hunting and really test myself and what ive learned. Forums like these are a huge benefit for younger guys like myself that have a thirst, passion, and a realistic drive to want to learn from those that have been in the woods for many a year and found what it really is and takes to be successful in the woods season after season. And yes sir that buck won the 1st match i gladly give him the w in that initial meeting but looking forward to continuing the now evolved chess match with him into the season.