I for one do not. I do believe it is killing, but not hunting. Sure, you have to have some sort of limited skill set to be successful even in an enclosed game ranch, but I don't hold it anywhere near the level of a free range hunt.
Hunting to me begins with the pursuit of a free range animal. One that has the opportunity to go anywhere it's feet can carry it. There is no fence holding the animal in. No boundary it cannot cross.
There is no guaranteed success with hunting. I don't understand the mindset that makes one think they really accomplished something by harvesting an animal behind a high fence.
I can see the enjoyment in watching relatively unpressured mature animals at close proximity or perhaps to enjoy the camaraderie amongst family or friends. However, if the intent is to go and kill a "trophy" animal and hold it at the same esteem as those who harvest free-range animals, then I just don't get it.
I bring all of this up because of an acquaintance who recently killed a fallow buck and had him mounted. He was telling me the story of his experience and the 500 acre enclosure it was on and it just came off as shooting fish in a barrel to me. He was up there on a pig hunt and then saw some fallow deer running around so he asked if he could shoot one. The guide told him the price and then he just snuck up a little closer and shot it. He told the story as if he was so proud of his accomplishment and I just didn't get it.
Again, these are just MY opinions and thoughts.