Can you please quote where I said that I do not utilize the system? I do not believe I have made that statement. If I did, then that was a mistake on my part. I have used the system since I lost a property when a government entity purchased a piece of property that my family has hunted for nearly 60+ years and blocked out hunting. The only thing that I do not care about is which system we adopt in Maryland because I can operate in any system. I love waterfowl hunting in Maryland. With that passion comes an idea to write an article on how to change the system to make it better, in my opinion. I know waterfowlers are diverse but common sense would dictate that we have a system that the majority of the waterfowlers are happy using. You can not have several different systems that a waterfowler can choose to best fit them. This is not Burger King. Not everyone can have their way. With that being said, if we have a floating system or a blind site system I will be a successful waterfowl hunter in Maryland. That is why I do not care which system we have. The only problem I have is if we keep the blind site system is that waterfowl hunters should not be concerned with property owners or the government licensing property. PS - Please don't take shots at me without reading the article. I am only participating in a discussion. Without everyone posting their opinions, we would not know where everyone stands on this subject.