You know, some folks greatest hunting acomplishment is a trophy animal on their wall. Nothing wrong with that. It shows either your luck or skill and either way you sure have a right to be proud. To me, though, what I consider my greatest hunting acomplishment, and perhaps my greatest acomplishment period, is passing on my knowledge, skills and love of hunting and the outdoors to my son Jason. Everytime I see that spark in his eyes, or he teaches the teacher a new trick, or I see that smile on his face it sends a thrill through me. Seems these days he is always doing something to make me proud. He has a greater love and respect for the outdoors than anyone I know and knowing and respecting you all that's really saying something. When he scores big it makes me as happy as if it were me and he's the same way when I score. I thank God every day that we can share that bond. To me, passing on the love of our sport and seeing it take root and blossom is by far the greatest trophy of all and one that we can sure be proud of.