Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Baiting, sluicing and other no-no's ... or are they? A column for Shotgun Life.

United States: Baiting ducks, illegal. Sluicing ducks, legal (but frowned upon). And on the other side of the Equator in New Zealand? The opposite.

Hunting in another country is a great opportunity not just to hunt new animals, but to think about laws and ethics and beliefs - why they exist, what benefit they have. That, my friends, is the subject of my latest column in Shotgun Life.

© Holly A. Heyser 2015


  1. It's interesting how laws develop differently, in different parts of the world.
    Although I mostly hunt in a state were baiting is legal, almost no one does it here anyway. It's just against the "spirit" of this sport in most peoples opinion and I 100 percent agree with that.
    Interesting read, thanks for sharing it here as well.

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