Is it a fair chase if hunters use drones to stalk game? Most Montana hunters would say, "no way," right? And even though it doesn't seem to be a problem in the state of Oregon, legislators stepped up and outlawed it before it could become a concern.

Oregon's House has voted unanimously to outlaw drones for hunting. And fishing for that matter. There's no real evidence that Oregon hunters have been using drones, but supporters say if it has happened in other areas, then...

I have visions of Montana hunters so ticked off by the potential practice that if they saw another hunter's drone, it would be clay pigeon shooting practice time. Am I right or wrong about that?

DB