what would you do? Hunting and fishing are prohibited in Idaho
what would you do? What would you do if you had to choose between just hunting for the rest of your life, or fishing, but you couldn’t do the other again? Let’s add to it, what would you do if Idaho banned hunting and hunting completely? That would create a dilemma for many in the state, as fishing and hunting are a major part of the lives of many Idahoans. For some, it is their main source of meat, and for others, it is what keeps them calm and stress-free in life. If you had to choose between hunting or fishing, or couldn’t do either while in Idaho, what would you do?
Hunting vs. Fishing in Idaho
Many Idahoans enjoy going hunting and fishing. This could be to help them escape the pressures of work, family or life and get away. It could be bonding with their children and spending time with their friends. For many, it serves as a source of food. Doing both is fun for different reasons, but if you had to give up one and choose the other for the rest of your life, which would you choose? Idaho offers some of the best fishing in the country, as well as beautiful places to go. There are some great fish to catch and plenty to eat in the area. As for hunting, there are elk, deer, moose, bear and so many more animals you can hunt in Idaho, and between the fur and meat, it would be hard to give up hunting. It would be hard to give up on both, but if you had to choose, what would you do?
Hunting or fishing is prohibited in Idaho
You probably hunt or fish, someone in your household does, or someone you know does. With the number of people who enjoy it in Idaho, imagine the backlash if the state at some point banned one or both activities. What might happen? Is this a big part of life in Idaho that residents will pack up and move? Will they continue to do so, and deal with the consequences such as fines, or perhaps imprisonment? Will this lead to a revolution, followed by riots on the steps of the capital? Fortunately, this won’t happen anytime soon or ever, but if hunting and fishing are banned, what are you going to do?
Hunting and fishing are such a big part of living in the Gem State, that it’s hard to imagine not doing either. Imagine that your friends go fishing, and you are not allowed to, or you are unable to go on a fishing trip. Imagine waking up and discovering that as long as you live in Idaho, you’ll never be able to do either again. If you had to give up hunting, fishing, or both, what would you do?
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