I agree, but no spotting might make it easier for law enforcement to make arrests for poachers. Once word gets around, I think poaching numbers will dwindle. I can appreciate your point of view...gary3414 said:Are deer shot at night in Ohio? Spotlights are not the problem. Poachers will poach with or without a spotlight.
I think you have a good point. I see so many guys who use bolt action rifles when a pump rifle is much faster for follow up shots and more than accurate enough for any shot in the PA woods for sure.dpms said:
Does banning spotlighting have anything at all to do with semi-auto legalization??dpms said:
I would support a ban also but want you to support mine. Since some deer are wounded in archery season I want your support to ban archery season/equipment?Double Lung 20 said:Who here thinks spotlighting should be banned? I got word of yet another monster buck poached at night. It is banned in Ohio. I enjoy spotlighting, but if it meant many less poached deer, I would support the ban.