The fact is that sport hunters and wolves target different animals, and the consequences of their activities have different consequences. It would be preferable if you not keep imagining different fictitious hunters as convenient to your argument which, I have to admit, seems obscure at this point.
It seems all you're arguing is that at times there can be an ethical relationship between human and non-human animals. On that it seems most people agree. No doubt it's a failure on my part, but I fail to see the nuance you're adding to the discussion.