I will find you and your trail. I will stop in and say Hi, introduce myself, and attempt to find out where you consider your hunting range to be. I will to the best of my ability not hunt in that area and make every effort to move down the trail or extend it. I recognize and respect the effort, sacrifice, and tradition that goes along with hunting in the same spot for 20+ years. I want the same for my family. I understand that you put the trail in 20 years ago on a three wheeler and it took you 4 days to do it. Sorry that it took me 2 hours to get there. I understand that you have skills like welding that allowed you to build the ultimate back country machine. I bought my rig for $12K and now I'm at your door step. I'll thank you for the information about the area, terrain, additional camps and animal behavior that took you 20 years to learn and 10 minutes to share. I'll have a beer with you, offer to help you with anything, even on my way out haul trash for you. In return I ask only these things.
Do not baloney sugar me that the trail ends at your camp because you decided to camp over the middle of the trail. Do not attempt to put up a NO Trespassing sign. I've already researched the area and know who has mining leases, private property, and native allotments, etc. Do not jokingly threaten me with burning my tent or gear. Do not even insinuate that I have no right to be in the area or that they are "your" moose.
To every established camp - The sideXside nation is coming. We are internet, map, satellite, and forum savy. We are young and willing to put in the next 20 miles of trail. So, relax, say Hi, and be nice. Or my other promise is that I will post on the internet a bread crumb trail to your camp and hunting area that even a blind person can follow.