Putting in my tuppence worth :- Collectively called hunting -- Well I have a problem with that !
There are many corners to that in my mind. I do not class freshwater angling with the other forms of hunting. In my humble opinion angling is not fishing, to do that you use a net not a rod and line. What we catch is returned to a water that without us being there would be filled in with all types of junk in no time, the fish is not killed but returned alive to fight another day. As said in another topic we also look out for other forms of waterside creatures. Also many boat owners would find their vessels broken into if an angler had not been sitting close by. I could go on but in my view angling is not like hunting its a sport. Catch and release fly fishing is the same, but catch and killing is hunting.
To kill an animal for vermin control as work is in my mind not sport hunting, its work.
To kill an animal yourself for food is not sport hunting but is real hunting.
To kill an animal for numbers control is in my mind not sport hunting if its used then for food.
To pay for the right to shoot an animal, vermin or not, as long as the not is used for food is sport hunting.
So broadly there's vermin control, hunting, numbers control and profit with a possible death at the end.
THEN there's angling where we leave the country side with a profit from our sport.
This is where I duck and head for --I'm not telling.