It can be but even in areas where CWD is widespread, hunting and game numbers remain strong. Different tactics have been used to try to stop the spread or contain it but it seems not much has helped.steelhead125 said:That's scary.
I would just hate to see a overreaction to this that may hurt the hunting scent and feed industry. Not to mention bans on certain things that would unfairly target hunters, IMO.
We have to look at where it is accross the nation, what the results have been, which tactics have been used to try to contain or stop it and what the results were before jumping to conclusions or taking expiditious actions out of haste.