Hilliard, OH (Vocus) July 15, 2010
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Ethics is an important consideration that should be followed and adhered to in all our day to day activities. Ethical conduct is a must at your work place and when you are out having your leisure time. So why should you abandon your ethics when you are out hunting?
Following good ethics is absolutely essential when you are out trophy deer hunting. However, there are some people who do not adhere to ethical principles and take careless shots. They hardly have any respect for the animals and kill them inhumanely. Even though deer hunting involves the killing of the animals, it also serves as food for a lot of people. Thus there are millions of deer hunters out there who respect these animals while at the same the follow strong ethical principles, and stick to all the laid down rules, such as the ones that follow.
1. When you are out deer hunting, never take a guess shot. You must positively identify your target, as well as, what's between you and the target, and what's behind the target. Always try to take a clean shot and avoid wounding the animal.
2. You may be using a bow, a rifle, or a shotgun, but always ensure that you take the best, accurate aim possible at the vital area to kill the deer instantly, instead of making the animal suffer. Spend a lot of time learning about where the vitals are located and the angles that offer the best shot opportunities.
3. The ability to take the perfect shot depends upon a hunter’s skills, the distance to the animal, positioning and also the weapon used. However, the skills of hunters vary from one to another. Inexperienced hunters should dedicate some of their time during the off season to upgrading their marksmanship skills. This would help them to take a clean shot during the hunting season. The most important goal in deer hunting is to ensure that you kill the animal cleanly and avoid wounding it.
4. It is also very important that all hunters respect one another when they are out hunting in a group. Accidents may happen when a lot of people are moving about together trying to jump animals in thick cover. So going out with known people is helpful as they know each other’s level of skill and can plan out their individual strategy without interfering into each other’s space. It is essential to negate the chances of accidents and other mistakes that may happen by chance when out deer hunting.
5. Following norms and ethical practices is a must when you are out trophy deer hunting or just even for hunting in general. A good hunter should be responsible for himself and will follow all the rules. He would also respect his fellow hunters and give them their space. A good hunter always stays focused on his objective and principle. Moreover, a good hunter will always voice his or her concern when a fellow hunter does not stick to the norms.
6. Akin to any other sport, trophy deer hunting also requires the hunters to show respect and integrity towards the hunting sport. You should not enter into a land for hunting purposes that has “no hunting” or a “no trespassing” sign posted. Always seek permission from a land owner prior to hunting in a privately owned land (even if it's not posted). Flouting the norms can land you in legal trouble. The land owner can inform the local authorities and can charge you a hefty fine, and in the worst scenario, you yourself can get shot by a land owner for trespassing private property.
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