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New Jersey Finally Wises Up

They are instituting a bear hunt in New Jersey for the first time in five years. This is badly needed. There are many groups, including HSUS, the Sierra Club, and the North Jersey based BEAR group. They are already filing a lawsuit to try to stop the hunt. This is going to be a doozy for the folks who decide to do the bear hunt. Animal rights activists are a lot battier than even the battiest anti-gun activists. Expect the PSH to be particularly flowing and smelly on this issue. So fierce we might have to suggest one of these to animal rights activists, along with this handy chart.

HSUS claims that people hunt bears for trophies and nothing more. This is false. Otherwise how do you explain bear recipes here, here, here, and here. This is just the tip of the iceberg. And the great part about bear is you get a nice rug when you’re done with all the bear┬árecipes. How often do you get a free rug when you stock up on meat at the local Sam’s Club?

6 Responses to “New Jersey Finally Wises Up”

  1. Dannytheman says:

    “All you have to do is get them on birth control”!!

    Remember that quote from 2004?

    It’s the same for deer here in PA. Wacko animal lovers. They even defend these bears when they maul a dog or a human.

  2. Ian Argent says:

    A friend of mine did a deer population-reduction hunt in north jersey a while back – the protestors threw a rock and busted out the rear window of the Jeep he was riding in away from the park. It was apparently a mess.

    • Bitter says:

      On the other hand, NJ has been good about prosecuting the protesters. That’s an unexpected plus. They don’t just have to do damage, interfering with the hunt will get charges filed.

  3. Oh, thank Christ. Up until a few years ago I lived in Hunterdon county, and the bear damage increased little by little each year. It’s about freakin’ time.

  4. beatbox says:

    Are there any other hunters out there like me that refuse to shoot predators? Sorry, but I don’t think it is right. Deer, ducks, geese,–bring’em down.

    • Bitter says:

      After years in the hunting community, I have never heard of anyone I know with that philosophy. The only reason I’ve heard for not hunting a species was just pure preference for something else, usually due to ingrained habits as opposed to any other reason.

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