Indaswamp wrote:blackduckdog2 wrote:clampdaddy wrote:blackduckdog2 wrote: ....More hunters=good
Yup. And more non hunters who realize that we aren't heartless, bloodthirsty lunatics = good too.
That may be even bigger than just adding hunters. I've been serving some pretty fancy-schmancy game dishes to my liberal friends for decades now, and believe me, the quickest way to a pro-hunt convert is through his stomach. I'm waiting for some of the local laws to change so that locally shot wild game can served at Seattle restaurants, and boy howdy, do I expect THAT to change attitudes (it will also attract some protest (obviously) but I think I know who'll win that one
that will never happen BDD2...they will not sell wild duck in a restaurant ever again.
Well, that's certainly what my step-son the chef tells me, although he didn't go into detail from the restaurant end of it. I got a sister who lives near Avignon, France, and she tells me that the locals regularly take their bag to local restaurants and have it custom served to them that night (or a few nights down the road, depending) She says it's a long tradition. Anyway, exactly WHY can't game be sold here?