Thought they looked like livestock bulls,if those were fair chase they would probably be in the top of the B&C book.To each his own but I see nothing but overpriced livestock when i look at highfence bulls,not impressed at all.
Working in a gun shop i get into the high fence conversations all the time. as far as i see it high fence hunting is what you make of it. i know a couple of guys who hunt some awesome animals that are high fence but they will never tell you that. they claim to the honest end that they stalked up and down 10,000 ft mountains to finally claim there trophy. to me that is crap!!!! then i know alot of guys who hunt high fence stuff and will tell you straight up that it was a fenced animal and that is the end all.
there is a 99.9% chance in my life i will never get the chance to harvest a 440" bull elk in my life let alone see one so if i had the chance to harvest one in a fenced hunt,especially on the spread kirby hunted on, i would jump on it. Just as kirby has done i would tell people straight up that it was a fenced hunt and i would be proud of the animal just as i would be proud of a 300" bull i shot on public land.
i just dont see the point of knocking someones trophy, no matter what the hunt type, when they give you the story straight up.
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Not quite - hypocritical would be if I searched for one of your threads and puked all over it. An opinion? You're too kind to yourself. It's called a lack of discretion, courtesy, and judgment. But let me leave you feeling warm and fuzzy with this opinion... Sir, you're always right when you cast judgment on other's practices, methods, and preferences - it's the rest of us that just don't get it.
No Nonya, its not called an opinion, its called an insult. You deliberately set out to insult people and when you achieve that you try to call it expressing your opinion. That is dishonest on your part.