What is fair sport hunting?
Do you believe the shooting of captive, fenced-in animals is sport hunting? Should this practice be banned because of its cruelty to animals?
As an avid outdoors man, hunter, and woodsman, there's nothing sporting about shooting captive, fenced-in animals. It's slaughter and should be banned as inhuman and cruel.
I believe that high fence hunting and hunting over bait gives people the impression that this is how most people hunt because that's what is shown on TV. In reality, most hunters, hunt fair chase and preserve or improve wildlife. I was raised to take care of the land and wildlife around you, and don't shoot anything that you're not going to eat unless it's a matter of self defense. I wish they would ban both high fence hunting and hunting over bait everywhere.
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