From the folks at Gizmodo:
Advantageous hunters in Alaska have one less advantage after the state’s Board of Game approved a measure that prohibits the use of drones to spot animals. Now they’ll just have to rely on their special camouflage clothing, high-powered rifles, and high-powered handheld cameras to kill unsuspecting beasts.
Ignoring the pretentious and elitist pomp of the quote, one must ask: If the “unsuspecting” element inherent to hunting is what makes it wrong, does mean killing a cow in a slaughterhouse is more humane? Surely the cow expects it there.
The general ignorance of the broader public towards hunting and fishing will never cease to amaze.