This particular hunt is on a small transplanted herd that is outgrowing its limited range. Bag limit under Federal regs is 5 per hunter. I shot 2 my partner shot 1 or 2, possibly 3 - but the other guys drove over when it was clear we weren't shooting their way and may have. Snowmobiles are really the only way we can get to the herd. We drive along until we spot a group, try to figure out how to sneak on the animals. In this case we had seen a large herd, tried to flank it by going out of sight behind some hills and then trying to get ahead of where we thought the animals were walking. But we missed, came back around to find they had moved farther than expected. We were up on a narrow ridge figuring to just wait for more animals to show up. I'm not sure where this little group came from but our other 2 partners were working slowly toward us. This little group of animals walked right into our range - possibly as they moved to avoid our buddies. I couldn't see much of what was going on part of the time but there was no chasing or running and gunning - tho that is an issue in our area.
Its legal to land and shoot from an airplane too but conditions aren't good for landing where the animals are. The goal is to reduce the herd by about 400 by the season end of March 31. Last I heard the harvest was about 150 - pretty sure its closer to 200 now.
liberal Justice Hugo Black said, and I quote: "There are 'absolutes' in our Bill of Rights, and they were put there on purpose by men who knew what words meant and meant their prohibitions to be 'absolutes.'" End quote. From a recent article by Wayne LaPierre NRA