I've never been on a hunt. Yesterday I took my Hunter Safety course here in Florida and of course they stress certain safety requirements that make perfectly good sense, such as wearing hunter orange and making sure you identify your target and what is beyond. Now... this morning I was watching the Southern Backwoods hunting television program that I happened to watch for the first time as I was clicking through the channels (funny how these things happen in sync with your life, since I haven't caught a hunting program in months or years), and anywho, I was of course observing some discrepancies with what these guys were doing out in the field from what the Hunter Safety course teaches. They were not wearing any hunter orange - they wore camoflauge from head to toe. Also, in one hunt with a turkey they came upon by surprise as they were walking down the road, they shot at a turkey who was just on their side of an embankment, thus any shot that missed the turkey was going over this overbank and they could not possibly have seen "beyond the target." I just want to know, are the rules on hunter orange strictly enforced? Are these guys on TV not the best example? What's the real ethical norm out there in the woods practiced by most?