thehc wrote:Why would anyone defend high fences unless they (A) owned one or (B) kill in one? It only benefits the few and makes all the rest of us look bad. In Michigan, it is responsible for bring in CWD, possibly tuberculous, and is at least partly responsible for our feral swine problem. It ruins their neighbors hunting by disrupting natural deer movement and is a black eye for the hunting community as a whole.Simply put..it isn't ethical and reeks of shooting animals in a cage. I have no idea why anyone would feel pride in shooting an animal that can not leave a confined area.
I'll give you another group who defend high fence hunting. Hunters who have never hunted high fences who understand that hypocricy and eating our own is counterproductive.