Went to the Todd Farm today and had an okay hunt...our group managed two geese out of three hunters. Normally I would consider this a good hunt but I am truly disappointed in the ethical and moral behavior of my "fellow waterfowl hunters". The days of pass shooting have been long gone for some time now...but what I saw today was absolutely uncalled for! My hunting party took zone 6-C (hopefully some of the people that hunted around us read this) and the guys that hunted the zones next to us on both sides are a complete disgrace to the sport of waterfowl hunting. I am talking about these "hunters" were taking ridiculously long shots (60+ yard shots). No shotgun has an effective range out that far to ensure a clean kill and especially on a day like today with 45+ mph winds. How can people feel a sense of accomplishment by doing this...the point of waterfowling is to fool nature by the use of proper decoy placement and life-like calling...that is were the sense of accomplishment comes from and what waterfowl hunting is suppose to be about. I personally get a greater sense of pride by being able to call a flock of geese into my spread and being able to take the shot that ensures a quick and humane harvest of the game...this should be the mindset of all hunters no matter what people are hunting. But it was obvious today that the moral and ethical fiber of people has disintegrated to the point were all people care about is the taking of game. I am truly sad that this sport that I love so much has come to this!