Posted by Mojostone on September 16, 2005 at 23:28:20:|
In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: Responsible Spearfishing, diving, and fishing posted by Deb Karimoto on September 16, 2005 at 14:26:37:
This whole thread reminds me of the long going battle between backpackers and mountain bike riders. Both use the same trails, but there is a bitter feud between the two. Or you can even compare it to two kids in a sandbox. Bickering about whose corner is whose.
Notice how non-hunter/gatherer automatically assumes that a missing fish or form of marinelife. Was taken by a spearfisherman or fisherman, not by a bigger fish or a marine mammal ;-)
Although I sometimes spearfish and fish. It is in a enviroment that can support the endeavor. Coastal waters in Southern California and around Monterey have been overfished and need time to recover. A hunter has a responability to know their prey and the rules of taking that prey. Before the hunt regardless of the enviroment, land or sea.
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