Trophy and Sport hunting is the act of going out into the woods with the sole intent in causing an innocent animal immense pain and suffering and taking pictures with a bloody corpse to post and show your “skills” on social media. For some it ends there and the corpse is left to rot. Others may be decapitated for their head to be hung on a wall as decoration while the rest of their bodies are cut into little pieces to be cooked and the dead animal flesh is fed to family and friends while having casual dinner conversation. Does any of that sound like a sport? To human capable of feeling empathy and compassion this sounds like cold blooded murder! Hunting is not a sport! These animals are wild and free and deserve to stay that way. This goes for all acts of hunting including trophy hunting.
I am still on self appointment restriction after I had a little scare/setback with the healing of my hernia surgery. So I’ve been doing yoga, walking outside, and a little running. I’ve enjoyed changing it up a bit.
I found a harder yoga program on BOD and I’m so happy!
It’s almost time to break out the moves with a few #WindDrifters!
Passing a buck is HARD.
@scordell_ is always encouraging and educating me to make the best decision when it comes to harvesting a mature buck & making a lethal shot that I feel confident with - even when buck fever hits or it’s hard to swallow. 😅
Having these sheds in hand and the confidence of knowing these boys made it through the season has me more than excited for future encounters and some major success in @quest_huntco ’s 2019 Tournament! (Disregard the bad quality insta footage, I’m impatient and took a video of a video 😉)