Camping at west whitlock Oct 14th to go fishing. Campground was quiet, although there was children. While in my camper I had someone walk for pheasants directly behind my camper...I mean in the grass that isn't mowed directly behind my camper. Then while my friend and I were casting south of the salmon station, right below the parking lot, bird hunters were shooting to the west of the salmon station. I could here their shot echo off the building. When we got back to the campground and needed to use the facilities, we found that they (Bird hunting group) had taken over the entire bathroom to use as their drying area. Clothes and such draped over everything. I consider myself an outdoorsman, and I know we all have equal rights, but the etiquette I experienced this weekend was beyond comprehension. If I had my son with me I would have flipped out, and taken the opportunity to teach him why it's important to think of others. I am not very good at putting my feelings into words, and this is an irrelevant statement, but I'm deeply saddened by the way hunting/fishing is exploited. It is not a sport, its a lifestyle. It's about the chase, not the catch/kill. Its about fellowship, togetherness, camaraderie, adventure, and at the end...killing and eating. Anyone that disagrees should be shopping at the supermarket, and leave the land for people that cherish it in all its beauty. Advertising to attract others to come to our state to hunt/fish is understood. Money runs/ruins all things. And I know local people can be rude as well. But today hunting and fishing has become a fad, like bell bottom pants. It's a cool thing to do. It's more important to show people what you're doing or have done than to enjoy the moment. Which people probably aren't enjoying themselves because they're worried they won't be able to post a picture of a great trophy if they aren't successful. Closing words...If you don't like to eat it, don't kill it.