I've noticed lately on You-Tube videos and TV shows the lack of blaze orange clothing while big game hunting. I was a state certified hunter safety instructor for over 30 yrs. and early in those years most states were ratcheting up the requirements for some form of blaze orange for big game hunting if not already in place (some states even require it for some small game/upland hunting). Seems lately there appears to be a lack of folks wearing some form of it. Is this a high fence thing, private land thing, if a guided hunt the guide doesn't have to wear any thing or does it have to do with camouflage clothing manufacturers marketing and sponsoring of the video taped hunts? I would not feel comfortable big game hunting anywhere without some form of blaze being worn specially not with this craze of "Long Range Shooting (Hunting)". Some of these hunters while preparing for the shot and after are so "amped up" they appear downright scary.