I came here with a simple question about meat safety. I also shared about my internal debate about whether the most ethical approach, if I see this animal again, would be to put it out of its misery or let it try to survive. I'm grateful for the wonderful input that many people on this forum have to give. Collectively, there is so much knowledge to be shared, and I appreciate it, since I surely don't know all that there is to know. Those things help me navigate a good decision in the "gray" areas when there isn't a black or white answer. I am not interested in killing. I'm interested in feeding my family and doing the right thing.If you kill that dink and the meat is questionable / will you go to FWP and get a replacement license so you can kill yet another one?
Your comments serve as a great illustration for Big Fin's instructions for the Hunt Talk forum: "Add something valuable and useful to the discussion. That is the purpose of this forum. Add value to that. If you can't do that, go to a different part of the WWW. Go for a walk. Go shoot your bow. Go do some hunting research. Being negative, combative, confrontational, is not going to change one single mind on this forum. And it does nothing to benefit the discussion....If someone posts a request for advice or input either give them advice or move along to a different thread. There is no rule that says you have to pitch a fit and act like an ass if someone asks for information. Either share something or go find a thread/post to which you can post something helpful." https://www.hunttalk.com/threads/read-this-and-behave-accordingly.297340/