Ted Nugent On High Fence Hunting
Posted 03 April 2009 - 08:13 PM
Posted 06 April 2009 - 06:18 PM
Here is the Fox interview I had before the bill was killed.
Posted 19 May 2009 - 10:17 AM
I've hunted game behind fence - some of it was relatively easy and some of it absolutely kicked my butt. I've been to Texas twice for Axis and have yet to loose an arrow (not on Axis, Audad or Blackbuck - I'm just not good enough yet). Put a wary animal behind fences - with enough room - and hunt him hard - that's the most difficult animal to kill there is. Want to test your skill? Try to spot and stalk one of those three in a relatively large enclosure some time.
I've read some on congregating animals and the spread of prions (mad cow type disease) and I just don't know what to make of it all. I know here in Indiana the DNR is dead set against it. The Indiana Bowhunters Association is dead set against it (mainly because of the Bellair incident with Jimmy Houston - drugging animals and herding them in front of the camera for Jimmy to film his big hunt and put it on tv). There are limits, but I believe most of those limits would be self correcting if hunters were honorable individuals and simply didn't spend their money in a place of poor experience. Don't know what to say about Jimmy and the "Cubby" incidents.
I know this - i enjoy my American freedoms. Any time someone from the outside tries to take something away, my alarm goes up and I'm immediately on the defensive. Take away my freedom of choice because of a lunatic fringe - That automatically gets the no vote.
Here's one of my "litmus tests" - if one group tries to take something away from another group and group number one has an agenda, tends to ignore science, rely's on misinformation and emotion - that's a bad deal.
Posted 12 September 2009 - 07:13 PM
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