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AZwolf


Aug 22, 2012, 2:42 PM
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Re: [Kartessa] Newbie question - rock climing harness versus treestand harness [In reply to]
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Kartessa wrote:
There's nothing wrong with hunting for food, but these days so many are out for Trophies.

I find decapitated deer carcases a few times a month in the forests behind my house. Tell me that's a noble and time-honoured tradition

It sounds like you have had the misfortune of coming across the evidence of poachers, not hunters. Poaching in the old world did have a noble and time honored tradition, but here in America most hunters wouldn't piss on a poacher if he/she were on fire. Poachers in hunting ruin our sport, like vandals in climbing ruin our sport.


Marylandclimber


Aug 25, 2012, 7:09 PM
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I'm a hunter as well as a climber and here in Maryland the hunting laws are strict and I think it's better to put a deer down with an arrow yourself then buying it in a store. 50% of the deer I killed I gave to a non profit organization that gives the deer meat to homeless people. How's that for noble.

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