The very thoughts of a true hunter at heart, Teddy Roosevelt paints such a perfect picture of an important part of hunting, loving and enjoying nature and the wildlife in it.
Hunters and anti-hunters should be able to live in peace and harmony, but sadly that is often not the case. Anti-hunting “extremists” go above and beyond the call of duty they deem as to belittle and bash those of us who choose to hunt. To condemn hunting and hunters as being immoral or unethical is simply absurd to the extreme. Sometimes it goes beyond even that. There are groups that do not approve of fishing, stating that even the practice of catch-and-release is an unacceptable torture for the fish.
Someone please give me a break!