It is very important that you follow the regulations when you’re hunting, trapping and fishing. You may recall a recent article about a guy who took a long shot at an elk here in Montana while visiting from Texas, and he dropped it with his second shot. Well, there was question about where his orange was during the shot and a debate ensued about whether or n0t the shot was ethical. (Click here for the article).
If you clicked the link, you may have noticed the video was removed from YouTube. The reason is because FWP is investigating the incident further due to his lack of obvious orange.
Something small that is overlooked can become big, so it is always better to be safe rather than sorry as a general rule of thumb. Make sure you know the regulations for the animals and the location you’re hunting.
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