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Hunting Ethics

Human migrations changed hunting

Gold-mining in the Yukon River watershed took place well before the Klondike discovery. It started in the Forty-Mile River in 1886 with 600 miners participating, and Lieutenant Frederick Schwatka (1892) described 100 to 200...

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Whip ‘em out and measure!

It has long been accepted that the tallest of tales reside in areas where fishing and hunting abound. It’s hard to say what exactly it is about the pristine waters of a prime fishing hole or a swamp at rut, but it seems that...

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Hunting Ethics

Respect is one of the most important ideas a hunter can learn and practice. Hunting is an activity where the participant is alone, there is no audience to observe or influence behaviour.With that in mind, it is vitally important...

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