Yesterday I talked to a man in Texas named Troy Barker. For the past 20 years, in his off time, he has been hooking up landowners and deer hunters. He doesn't make a penny doing it. He just discovered that he likes helping manage good deer leases. He says that where he hunts in west Texas, leases that went for $2 to $3 an acre before 2005 jumped to $6 to $10 dollars an acre by 2007 and have continued to go up since. Which, he said, correlates with the rise in popularity of hunting TV shows.