That's exactly what I was wondering about Al. Why did the picture which was taken in the US get published in a Gold Coast paper?
Al , I have no idea other than it was on a so called International page in the paper ,I cant understand why they would put this picture in ,its drawn attention for all the wrong reasons , and unfortunately the finger is obviously pointed at hunting and maybe cruelty to animals by hunters , I had the picture pinned up in my work room the day I rang the paper ,I had to take the picture out of my sight it really upset me in my mind looking at it , I love Deer as much as I love hunting them and I hate to see a deer or any animal suffer like this .
Daryl write a letter using the info above and challenge the authenticity of the pics.
When any of these sort of things are published we should challenge the pic's authenticity. Analyse the pic for factual distortion and bring them to journal/mag/paper's attention, in a polite questioning letter. Don't argue with each other, anti's love cherry picking our responses and condemnation comments. None of us support animal cruelty that is why we all aim to have a clean kill!
Last edited by Outdoor Edge; 15th November 2013 at 11:04 PM.
If you never try, how can you succeed! Monaro Hunting
We are very much on the same page there Darryl...
A sad day when some 1/2 wit journo is looking for a page filler and spots this BS online. Sadder still that it gets into print...
"As a rule, nothing does an arrow so much good as to shoot it, and nothing so much harm as to have it lie inactive and crowded in the quiver..." Saxton Pope
But, so many people bowhunt, there will always be 1-5% who are not trained, or ready, when they go into the field.
So they get too excited, or just fling arrows wildly.
Do we ban bowhunting because of them?
If so, should we ban driving as well?