Trophy hunting has developed a bit of a bad rap recently, and we believe wrongfully so.

Unfortunately, issues such as the Josh Bowmar case have caused people to shine a negative light on trophy hunting. People have gone as far as to threaten a 12-year-old girl’s life on Facebook because she posted photos from her hunting trip.

Despite what some people say, trophy hunting doesn’t make you a blood-thirsty animal murderer. In fact, you’re playing an important role in animal conservation, and making a significant positive impact on animal populations.

This video on the topic of trophy hunting from College Humor is well-researched. Sure, it’s a little goofy, but it does raise some valid points. And if it reaches an audience that normally doesn’t seek out hunting media, it could help clear up a lot of the misconceptions some people have with trophy hunting.

Image is a screenshot from the YouTube video

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3 thoughts on “Video: College Humor Takes Surprisingly Favorable Stance on Trophy Hunting

  1. I’ve hunted most of my life, from the time I was 16 to 66, had to slow down because of getting to damned old. Never believed in trophy hunting but I do know that culling is needed for a better quality of game. Read a story a very long time ago that the hunting is far more plentiful due to the hunt than it was in the 1800s, now there is less natural diseases that knocked animals down, a better quality and healthier meat, although wasting is still a problem in some of the deer areas. People that see that 12 year old girl hunting trophy’s do have a problem, because they see a 12 year old as being taught how to kill and not the ability to survive if required. This dose not make her cold blooded or a person of no feelings. As I mentioned that I see no harm in trophy hunting as long as the meat is also taken and not just the head or horns or being sold in the east for medicine – which is deplorable and disgusting.

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