Yeah but no one ever wants to even care to admit that. It’s everyone else that breaks the law, not them.If the truth be known, I'd guess that many, if not most, of you have already taken wildlife illegally! With the many forever changing federal, state, county and city ordinances regarding guns, archery, fences, cultivated property, wildlife, trespass, gates, definition of highways, watersheds, etc., at some point you've broken the law while hunting. So, let's be sure to add a few more!
it would shock most of the proud “public land” hunters in this state If they knew how much ground they parked on, traveled across, hunted on or drove through, was actually private land.
every year I see groups of guys, 2, 3, even 4, shoot at a single deer or elk, until it falls over. Then 1 guy cuts a tag and the rest get to continue hunting for another. That’s by definition, “party hunting”. There are degrees of party hunting, and it’s certainly not the worst, but it is party hunting. Same is done with ducks. 3 guys go out together, everyone shoots until there’s 21 in the pile. Happens every day of the season.
the examples are endless. But those don’t count, I’m sure. It’s what everyone else is doing that’s the issue, breaking the law, making them “the problem”.