Lets talk about the most fun, low stress hunts. To me it's an easy choice for the top three. 1. Dove hunting. I love dove hunting with good friends it's fun it generally involves lots of shooting and it doesn't take much effort to get to a nice spot and sit out the afternoon with friends and family and hunt to your hearts content. 2. Pronghorn Antelope. Pronghorn hunting enjoyable and relatively easy. It's done in September or October for the most part the weather is awesome. Cool evenings not so hot days. the wild sunflowers are up in many parts of the west and the sky is at it's bluest shade of the whole year. You see lots of animals and generally get lots of stalks and shot opportunities. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of hunting Pronghorn in Northern New Mexico. There is nothing in this world quite as stunning as a field of hyper yellow wild sunflowers superposed against a backdrop of an electric blue sky of the west in late summer or early fall. I seldom miss an opportunity to hunt pronghorn. 3. One of my favorites still to this day even after having killed hundreds and hundreds of them over the years is hunting feral hog in North West Texas in the winter and early spring. I had a super nice place at one time that I could hunt that was almost 200,000 acres and had ever kind of country from swamp to dry canyons and the whole place held hogs. I'd cruise for miles on foot with a rifle and sometimes a couple of Jagd Terriers just soaking in some of gods greatest country and shooting hogs along the way. The thing I love about hunting hogs is that you get all kinds of shot opportunitys and you can use any rifle/caliber that suits your fancy which is why there are whole bunch of deceased hogs in that part of Texas who met their end with a .470NE or a .458 Lott or a .45-70 or a .375H&H or a .223 or an original commercial FN Mauser in.30-06 with iron sights or a .358 or a .338 Ultra Mag at stupid long range or a.....well ........you get the point It just plain fun and it's real hunting with real life game shooting and I've found nothing that sharpens your game shooting skills better than multiple hogs under spot and stalk or jump shooting conditions. Now my daughters are both addicted to hog hunting too so I'm going to have to find another lease at some point.. Those top the list for low cost, stress free hunts for me. How about you guys and gals?