Hunting brings food to North Idaho families

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I was shocked to read the letter from Eilene Buescher calling out a hunter and belittling them due to waking her up while they waterfowl hunted legally.

Ever wonder where food comes from?

Some choose to get their own dinner the way itís been done for thousands of years, hunting for it.

You claim you are being a bit selfish, can I say, I agree with you.

If this was a youthful hunter then I admire them for waking up super early and working hard on a Saturday morning to bring home dinner for their family. Actually, I admire anyone who works hard to hunt for their own food no matter where they are attempting to do it, as long as they are doing it legally, no matter if itís waterfowl or other game animal.

JONNA PLANTE

Sagle

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