Soooooooooooooo, I saw posting of what "Fair Chase" was about.
I had some serious self reflecting to due over the way I make a living. Held to those standards, Id have to stop working hard and get a job.
Where and when did "Fair Chase" ethics come into vouge? I first heard about it about 3 yaers ago, and I see it as weird sorta "Noble" approach to getting the animal Dead.
I'm not knocking anyone who holds themselfs to such standards, good luckand all,, but for sure I probly violate just about every standard Ive read, some time or way, as Ive found in some postings.
For those I offend, please send lots and lots $$ and I will stop..........maby........~~LOL!!~~
The evolution of Hunting and the ethics that go with the changes are interesting to me.
For example, The animals and the land, from Cavemen to Whalers, to Hunters of old, that made a living from hunting/fishing/gathering/, the way Kings managed "Their" game and lands, how indiginous people from Mayans who collapsed their ecosystems to Mongol Nomads , who survived with their ecosystem untill Communisim trashed the locals and their cyclic habits, and lately and interestingly enough, the overtaking of the South and West United States with Lease hunting and such in the last 20 years......
Am I a Rebel by defacto?
Looks like were headed into the true Capitalist way of game mangment, and the *******s are at the door step.
Do we need a predator control program for humans or is this world doomed to slow loss of habitate for anything but Soilent Green?