In CT and many other states they are no longer required to have IDs on
arrows - it was fought tooth and nail because they didn't want to be
identified as bad marksmen!

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Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Bow hunting


This just happened not far from us, our cat community is very upset and the
person removed the tip of the arrow to avoid identification.

On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 5:04 PM, Lorrie <> wrote:

Bow hunting is CRUEL. It often leaves the poor animal in agony and it dies a
slow painful death.  We had a buck dying in our yard last winter, and we had
to call for someone to put it out of it's misery.  It was horrible and I was
upset for weeks. I still can't stand to think about it.

Hunters don't kill only for food. They also take the very best bucks who
should be left to reproduce. I am so sick of hearing jerks say they are
killing deer to keep them from starving.  BS..... They kill for fun!

On 10-02, Joslin Potter wrote:
>    I agree with you, but what would happen if we didn't have a hunting
>    season, do you think they would not still reproduce like they do now?
>    To each their own, again, I'm just thankful for the life of a deer, and
>    the people who do purchase linceses as this money is put back into the
>    wild life. The funding from licenses and tags is used to insure a
>    healthy population of wildlife in the states, including the DNR to
>    enforce the rules... I take it you don't eat meat Natalie?

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