When I was introduced to hunting it was kept simple.
We picked and area, set a camp, and started walking the terrain.
Calibers such as 300 savage, 308 win, 30-06, 270 win, 7mm mauser, 300 H&H, 338 WM, 300WM, 7mmRM were the standard everyday rounds seen in camps. A few hunters carried the Weatherby's or a round they called a wildcat.
We almost always took game. Never had a problem with a game thief. Knew the local game warden. If you pulled into an area that already had a camp, you moved down to give each other some space.
Nowadays, you have special clothing. Special scents.Special vehicles that run around making noise and tearing up the hill sides. Hunters camping on top of each other and shooting a round that produces enough energy to drop an Elk at 600yds. Now they want to start placing cameras on game trails to spot game.
Where is it going to end. When does it stop being a sport.
Does anyone else have any thoughts on this.