Ethical Deer Hunter

Are you an ethical deer hunter? I believe that if you deer hunt it is your duty to be an ethical one.

Ethical Deer Hunter

ethical deer hunter on a hunt in Madison county in Georgia
It is our duty to carry on the hunting heritage.

The laws that we as deer hunters are to abide by should be respected and followed. To make sure future generations of deer hunters can enjoy the freedom to hunt for years to come. If we break the laws and recklessly ignore them, that gives the antis fuel for the fire. There is a small percentage of hunters who disregard the deer hunting regulations and give all of us law abiding ethical deer hunters a bad image. It’s just not fair to us, to be portrayed as a bunch of drunk rednecks that just want to kill something. To me hunting is so much more than killing something. Hunters do so much for wildlife preservation, and the preservation of wildlife habitat. We all can do more to ensure our sons and their sons will be able to  carry on the hunting heritage for years to come.

Do Our Part

I was searching the internet and I ran across some really good articles on hunting ethics. We all need to do our part to teach our children and others to be ethical hunters. We can all do our part to be good sportsman and ensure that our sons and theirs are able to hunt for years to come. It feels good to introduce young people and old to the great outdoors. It is something that we can pass on to future generations. So they will be able to enjoy the great outdoors for years to come. Take a child or a friend outdoors you will be glad that you did. You will make memories that will last a lifetime. I have so many great memories of my past adventures in the outdoors and I hope I can help others create their own memories that they will cherish forever.

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2 thoughts on “Ethical Deer Hunter”

  1. I couldn’t agree more. The only thing that frustrates me at times is how we always have to start on the defensive when it comes to being an ethical hunter. When you walk into a bank you don’t have to wear a sign that says “I’m not a bankrobber”, people just assume that you’re not one.

    I would love to get it where people automatically assume all hunters are ethical and not have us all be on the defensive from the start. That would be great.

  2. I agree…it just takes a few “rednecks”to mess it up for everyone! There is nothing like being early in the morning on a cold day. Let’s follow the law and stay safe. I want my little boy to love hunting as much as we do.

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