Is there some person out there that has hunted waterfowl to feed their family? Probably. But I'll explain why suggesting people hunting waterfowl to feed their family is "moronic" in this scenario.
Mike657 wrote:Maybe I might use a bow and arrow
You're reasoning for finding it acceptable to shoot birds making a pass on someone else's spread was that they may need to feed their family, correct? Well if you're shooting birds circling someone's spread, you probably aren't using a bow, are you? If you are I dare say that your family will go hungry. because shooting ducks on the wing with a bow seems like a low-odds way to be trying to feed your family.
Mike657 wrote:or walk to the spot on my property instead of useing gas
Well if you're hunting YOUR property then you're probably never going to be faced with this scenario, right? Shouldn't be much competition on your own land.
I don't think that hunting waterfowl to feed your family is moronic. I'd say it's almost completely nonexistent, but not moronic. What I find moronic is that you used that as a reason to justify killing birds working someone else's spread. Heck, maybe the guys that were working the birds needed them to feed their families! You just caused that poor family to starve.
Mike657 wrote:Happy New Year and good luck in the field-Mike
Back at ya Mike.
I'm just here until I get banned.