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What's Your Take Using Drones For Scooting From Your Tree Stand/Ground Blinde?

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Pmacc60 View Post
    If DNR uses drones to manage wildlife ,more power to them. Anything to actively help in the preservation and quality of game management . Hunters and guides I think not, what ever happen to fair chase! It becomes very close to the high fences hunting. Good old fashion hard leg work and scouting. Glass time and hours knowing your hunting grounds makes it hunting but drones turn hunting into a Video game. I'll pick a guide based on reputation and try my luck. If I don't come out successful , oh well! It's hunting not killing. Key word here fair chase. Good question Treestand
    Yeah, so let's help it move along and possibly to our destruction with stupidity ! Darwins' gene pool needs faster emptying.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by JM1993 View Post
      Ok, now that I know the question.....I would put drones on par with trail cameras. I hope no one who uses a trail camera would speak against using a drone, since the accomplish the same thing.
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      But , I would say "no" during a open season.
      A drone is similar to a cellular trail cam that provides real-time data to the user. It's not the same as an ordinary trail cam that you have to go back and check in order to view the photos. I use the latter, but believe the former are unethical and should be illegal during hunting seasons.

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      • #33
        I don't see what the deal is. Stationary Game cams are cool, hiking your butt off, or even using a bike or in some states a truck or 4wheeler are cool. But put it in the air and suddenly it's unethical?

        I don't think it's legal in most states, but in places where it is, why the big deal?

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