We used to hunt and fish to eat. Yes, we did. We didn't "buy" meat because we were poor people in a rural conservative evangelical area. We grew and canned/froze almost all of our own food and bought the rest from neighboring farms. We did buy milk from a real dairy farm and, sometimes, from a store. I never liked the deer head trophies that some hunters had hanging at home (wild deer, no staged hunt). I never saw a mounted fish or other animal except in a museum. I never met a "trophy hunter" who wasn't despicable and wealthy (compared to everyone I knew).
Your life experience is different. You make different choices? OK.
https://www.humanesociety.org/news/new- ... hy-hunting
69 percent of Americans say they oppose trophy hunting, including 79 percent of Democrats, 61 percent of Republicans, and 67 percent of non-partisan voters.
The survey of 3,011 registered voters was conducted by the Remington Research Group from December 2–December 3, 2017. The survey was weighted to match expected turnout demographics for the 2018 General Election. Margin of Error is +/-2.2% with a 95% level of confidence.