Said the spoke's man for the panel: "We know this is not going to be popular with a number of hunters, but sometimes the popular thing is not the right thing."
One of the experts explained that in CWD positive locations they cannot allow the two huge paths of blood and fluids, caused by the "axe like" wounds to bath the ground and infect the earth with dangerous prions. Many of these "double gushers" go out to twenty yards from point of impact to falling dead. One expert heard a report of at least one very large buck making it fifty yards, but did concede it was not verified.
The panel's spokesman also said they will be spreading the word through outdoor writer's media and through the writers' close, bow hunting legend friends.