Shooting out of trees
I'm an ethical, fair chase hunter. I personally wouldn't want to shoot a bear out of a tree. Maybe a cat just did say I shot a cat, but I would rather call one in and have them come in to a call, than shoot one in a tree and same with elk and deer. I prefer even though it's legal to bait them, I would prefer not to bait them. I don't think that that's necessarily right. And as a guide, who does this for a living? I have no desire to bait one in and shoot one in what I would call trickery, unless a person starving to death, there is no need for that. I remember you telling me that a great way to call in a mountain lion or a bear is to do that call from a fan like. Speaker2: The lost or. Speaker1: Wounded. That's how you call them in. Speaker2: I use a lot of calf in distress or a fawn and distress call, and we've been calling bears with distress calls for years and years. And cats are becoming more and more aggressive or willing to come to a call. Then what I've seen in the past, and a lot of that, I believe, is just because they're getting closer to human development access and we're having a lot more encounters with mountain lions than we used to. Speaker1: Isn't it sad the way that man's footprint changes wildlife habits?