The Ethics and Philosophy of Killing Fish

The Ethics and Philosophy of Killing Fish

The Ethics and Philosophy of Killing Fish   It is an ethical obligation of every hunter to take an animal’s life quickly and humanely, to treat the animal with dignity and care for the meat in a responsible way which starts with quickly removing the guts and...
Is Your Mode of Locomotion Impacting Your Hunting Success?

Is Your Mode of Locomotion Impacting Your Hunting Success?

Is Your Mode of Locomotion Impacting Your Hunting Success?  Ever since humans mastered riding on the backs of animals, the efficiency at which hunters operate changed forever. Today, hunters have many modes of transportation that help them penetrate the backcountry....
The Danger Zone – Hunting Elk in the Last Week of the Season

The Danger Zone – Hunting Elk in the Last Week of the Season

The Danger Zone – Hunting Elk in the Last Week of the Season It’s now the middle of the fall hunting season across much of Canada. For hunters who have not harvested a big game animal, the deadline known as “closing day” is literally closing in on them. If you...
Is Retiring From Hunting What You Really Wanted?

Is Retiring From Hunting What You Really Wanted?

Is Retiring From Hunting What You Really Wanted? Many retired professional athletes that played hockey, football, basketball or baseball come out of retirement to play again. In fact, many people from all woks of life have retired from their jobs and then gone back to...