Clearly C, especially if they have cold beer.I gave a friend a Hotspot for public land turkeys last spring. He and his son called in two cats to 40 yards.
Were cats in season would you
A) blast a cat even if they were grazing on green shoots?
B) hold out for a turkey pecking on a variety of carnivorous bugs?
C) throw your hands up and head for the nearest Cajun joint and gorge a bucket of shrimp?
I gotta figure this out.
Great cat @Trial153
You often hear about the energy of places or events: The energy of the city, a concert, etc.
I've been to some of the biggest cities in the U.S.A and Europe, and there is no comparison for me between that and chasing a pack of hounds that are on a trail. Watching them do what they were bred and trained for is amazing.
Not in the US, but if I was traveling to a place where this was common practice and the animal was raised for consumption, then yes I would consider it.Would you eat a domestic dog or cat as they do in Asia?
Mallard ducks are puddle ducks. If one hunts them in rice fields, they eat grains.
They do?Diver ducks eat fish.