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|Title / Description|
What do you do when your duty to retrieve downed game and your duty to obey the law conflict?
Waterfowl identification skills are important to duck hunters, but sometimes mistakes are made.
Are your hunting buddies just making an honest mistake if they ask you to bend or even break the rules for them?
|The Elk Hunter
How strong is the hunter's duty to minimize the suffering of game animals?
Are long-established ethical standards in waterfowling being disregarded to help bring exploding snow goose populations under control?
Hunters are the most widely distributed "large predator" in North America. How should hunters welcome the reintroduction concept of fellow large predators — grizzlies and wolves — into their former range?
Cougar ranges are expanding into their former ranges, and individual animals are popping up in surprising locations. What role can sportsman play in cougar population management?
|Mechanical Duck Decoys
How effective, or high-tech, does a decoy be before its use violates the fair chase ethic?
Even under the best conditions tracking wounded game can be very time-consuming. But just how long should an ethical hunter stay on the trail of a wounded animal?
A neighbor in need breaks one of the most basic game laws. As an ethical hunter, and concerned neighbor, what should you do?
He may be your friend and hunting mentor, but he's putting you at risk.
Do burgeoning suburban deer populations offer a unique opportunity or serious roadblock for the future of hunting?
|Catch and Release
Harsh realities can force well-intentioned anglers to break the spirit, and sometimes the law, of catch and release waters.