I'm not much for things that wear feathers but most all else I hunt or will hunt. I've been archery (stick and modern), black powder, handgun big game and small, small game, big game rifle, varmint and even killed a few critters with thrown rocks and sticks and took a spear out a few times. I've tracked deer down and killed them with a knife and snared a few skunks and racoons. I rode motorcycle for a while so I've also killed a few bugs with a quick bite (or two [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] ) and a hasty gulp.
Waterfowl, mainly on the Snake River
Deer, elk (still haven't got one [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]), chuckar, quail, pheasant, rockchucks, ground squirrels, jackrabbits, badgers, coyotes, etc.
I have a traditional style black powder rifle that was given to me by my grandfather that I have yet to take hunting. There are a couple of units in Idaho that allow only traditional muzzleloaders for deer/elk so I really should go shoot something with it. Hell, I might even get a bow - I really want to stick some carp with an arrow.
I keep nature balanced - I hunt everything!
I have at one time or another hunted in just about thing available in the Northwest in every possible way. As soon as I kill a bull elk with a bow I will have gotton one with everything, a hand gun, shotgun, muzzloader, rifle & long range rifle. I have also shot most shooting competitions available at one time or another, trap, skeet, sporting clays, live bird, tactical shotgun, 3 gun, IPSC pistol, ppc, idpa, bullseye, GSSF, bowling pins, siloutte, fast draw, steel challange, tactical rifle, precision rifle, benchrest, high power, rifle siloutte, F class, sniper matches, and smallbore rifle to name most of them. I am just about shooting. I don't fish, I understand it, it is hunting for fish but that is about as far as I go.