Glad to see that the discussion here has been mature with a lot of good points. Agree or disagree in my mind it still boils down to a few salient points: 1. Hunting is a lawful activity in Canada. 2. Typically hunting predatory animals is part of a controlled cull to keep the population healthy and managed. 3. Booth engaged a professional guide service to help ensure he did everything right and by the book. 4. Hunting with a bow takes a pile of skill.
I respect people who say they dislike hunting on principle. That's fine, its a lifestyle choice. But my lean, dry bbq'd garlic deer sausage disagree's with you.
Liam Neeson beats down wolves with a knife and broken liquor bottles strapped to his fists.
Or someone that watched the trailer before renting the movie would assume that's the case. But if you assumed that, like I did, you, like me, would be really, really, really disappointed when they cut to black as soon as the epic battle was to begin!
Double lung pass through at about 24 yards. The bear ran about 10 feet to some dense underbrush and expired. He is at the only meat cutter I know that processes bear. They make excellent sausage.
Like it or not hunting bears over bait is how's it's done. There is no rush like it and no one should knock it until they've tried it. The only thing that sucks is bears sometimes cry when they are dying. It sounds like a baby
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