I totally agree. I have always loved hunting. I love every thing about it except for the actual killing part. No joy there. I want it to be as quick and instantaneous as possible. Rifle only for me and I always go for the neck shot. Hit a deer through the neck and spinal column and they drop in their tracks. They never know what hit them. And if you miss, you miss clean. Haven't missed a one yet. And I don't ruin any good meat. Had a lot of guys knock on my door over the years who wanted to bow hunt on my land. I say nope, sorry.I feel that killing is a natural but dirty business and making it a "sport" by making it "fair" is just a way to lie to oneself to avoid shame that you shouldn't have in the first place. Besides, it will never be "fair" unless you go hand to hand and mount blades on his antlers. Just use the best tool for the job that you can afford.
I always have thought it should be legal to hunt anything you want year round. As long as you use only what nature equipped you with. It takes a real man to wait perched in a tree, leap onto a passing bear, and then choke it out with your bare hands.