As a Kid we had a pair of Hunters that for years had come out to our place for Early & Late season Whitetail & Mule Deer and Spring Turkey we were gald to have them on the place and call them friend's of the family, thy took the time to get to know us Rancher folk as people rather than sombody that had land they wanted to hunt on, they treated the place with respect as we did, shutting gates and reporting anything amiss right away, some the best people I ever knew. they established a base line that few others met in later years.
They knew where the established deer areas were so they wernt out cutting up the haymeddows or running across the freshly sowe'd oat field, never seen a pop can or wrapper, they knew the lay of the land because they cared enough to find the time befoehand come out and check the place out, they never got stuck or damaged property or livestock.
they were probibly more into the whole nature experence more than the hunt that seemd to be a bonus.
I remember Father was having some trouble with his Savage 99F .243 one the hunters offerd to take it back with him and bring it back during the deer season that hunter was nice and had bedded that rifle for Dad.
later on when the Hunters kids were old enough to hunt they did, till they were old enough they accompanyed ther dads so we met them and got to know them
The did come out for coyote hunting but I think they liked meat hunting better.
As I remember one was into Black powder and had hunted the Nebraska primitive arms season as well.