Often times there are various grey areas hunters find themselves in. Hunting is a unique combination of strict legal hunting regulations and a code of ethics to help guide decisions. Despite these boundaries to provide hunters a moral compass, there are still situations that arise where people seem to have a flexible code they follow.
In this podcast, we discuss various highly debated discussions that hunters may find themselves in. Often times these situations are focused around public land where hunters from all walks of life with varying skills and hunting styles collide and share the land. We ask questions like, 1) If you’re hunting public land and you find an unattended treestand, is it okay to hunt from it? 2) It is okay to share trail camera pictures of a hit list buck from your buddies camera?
Be sure to let us know what you would do in each situation. Post your thoughts on these situations on our corresponding social media posts. We encourage you prior to the season to play by the "Golden Rule" this hunting season. Be fair, be safe, be respectful, and enjoy the outdoors. Enjoy.Learn.Share! #ForLoveoftheLand
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