There is an unwritten rule among real sportsmen that speaks to moderation and restraint.
You don't fish out the last trout in a pool, shoot the last quail in a covey, or trap the last beaver in a family. Even though it may be legal to do so, you don't because you want to see local wildlife perpetuated and you want to leave some for others to use or enjoy.
Violating this rule is what bothers me the most about one person trapping all the wolves in a family group on Douglas Island.
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