Elite Refuge Member
- Sep 26, 2014
- Reaction score
- Close to where I hunt
As long as you prepare what you harvest , to your liking , you'll continue being a sportsman ! Those who kill for fun and waste what they kill ,I don't think that's it...
I truly believe it's the attitude that comes with it. The acceptance of what is considered not just acceptable but good. I've always shot spoons, but I'm also someone who has put in the work and know what it takes to shoot straight green. That level of patience has lost the respect it has earned with many, right along with the habitat that's been lost that allows us to accomplish it. Nobody can give me $-hit for a strap full of scrap ducks because I've earned my stripes. It has no teeth...but junk is junk.
I don't care what anyone shoots, but I may judge you for it just the same because better is out there. We should all want better, and respect those that put in the work to make it happen.
are low-life's that ruin our sport ! Bottom line is , taking a creatures life for food is what they were put on earth for , not to be wasted !
Hunting experience does show , what you prefer to eat , some better than others but , still , a plump Mallard or a Northern Sprig hanging
in the barrel roasting is a lot better looking than , Ethiopian Spoonie any day !