I know when I was a kid I had hunting oppurtunities galore. I could gain access to land my hunting mentors had been asking for years to hunt. As the years have passed on and im not a little boy anymore I have slowly lost the majority of my spots I once had. I have one good spot of 50 acres left to hunt and other than that im hunting public land. I do think that places to hunt are getting harder to find though, but for the kids that arent getting to hunt because the parents cant find a place to hunt, the parent should ask some landowners but include the child. Like I said people granted me and my mentor permission in the past that denied the mentor alone, but if they know your child is hunting they may change thier mind. Now im not saying to use your kid as a pawn to gain access to hunting property and not take them, I know that happens some and thats despicable.