It cracks me up when I see anti hunters troll the internet, talking about how brutal hunting is. Yet these people still go to the store and buy beef for their family and couldn't have a care in the world. I would say, and I'm just guessing, that 80% of us living in Montana have had wild game meat before. It is part of our culture, and obviously not as much so for the sheltered big city people. John Mayer, full time resident of Bozeman, was recently interviewed about living in Montana. During the interview, the host asks "how is the sushi in Montana?" John had a great response. Quoting professional hunter, Cameron Hanes, "shaking my head at how detached some people are from where meat comes from."