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Old September 20, 2012, 06:09 PM   #5
buck460XVR
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To most of us that hunt, it's not the kill, but the hunt that keeps us in the woods. Once the challenge of the hunt is gone, it is no longer a hunt but a shoot. When one needs modern technology and electronic gadgets to be successful instead of skill and woodsmanship, it goes from being a sport to being a joke. Funny tho, especially when it comes to deer, how the pressure to produce and pressure from peers turns many a sportsman into a violator. There is a big difference tho between the hunting of game animals and the control of nuisance animals/predators and for the latter, IMHO, anything is fair.

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