- 1 What is the first responsibility of the hunter once an animal has been shot?
- 2 What should an ethical hunter do before the hunting season begins or heading out for a hunt?
- 3 What should a hunting plan include?
- 4 What should you do as soon as possible after tagging game hunters Ed?
- 5 What is the key to making a clean kill?
- 6 What is the number 1 cause of spoiled meat?
- 7 What are the 4 R’s of an ethical hunter?
- 8 What should not be left in open places easy to view or smell while hunting?
- 9 What can a positive impression of hunters lead to?
- 10 What is the rule of first blood?
- 11 What are the first three priorities if you become lost?
- 12 What is the first thing hunters should do if they get lost?
- 13 What shot rarely results in a clean kill?
- 14 What angle should Bowhunters avoid?
- 15 Which carry gives the best control?
What is the first responsibility of the hunter once an animal has been shot?
It is a hunter’s ethical responsibility to stop the hunt and search for any wounded animal. You should wait for at least a half-hour to an hour before trailing a deer, unless the downed deer is in sight. Make a practice of carefully observing every movement of a game animal after you shoot it.
What should an ethical hunter do before the hunting season begins or heading out for a hunt?
Avoid violations and report one if witnessed, be an ethical hunter, avoid alcohol and drugs for the safety of everyone, hunt for food not for display, always show respect towards law officials, take responsibility for every action.
What should a hunting plan include?
A hunting plan tells where and with whom you are hunting and when you expect to return. It also should contain specific directions on your route to your destination and any alternate destination you may have if bad weather changes your plans. Be sure to include your cell phone number and cell phone carrier.
What should you do as soon as possible after tagging game hunters Ed?
What should you do as soon as possible after tagging game? Take it back to camp. Hang it up. Allow it to cool.
What is the key to making a clean kill?
Aside from being a good marksman, the key to a clean kill is patience. Hunters should limit shots to the vital organs only. If you do not have a clear shot to the vital organs, wait until you do.
What is the number 1 cause of spoiled meat?
Heat: Heat is the number-one concern. Bacteria grow rapidly in a carcass, especially if it’s allowed to stay warm. Meat begins to spoil above 40° Fahrenheit. The higher the temperature—and the longer the meat is exposed—the greater the chance of spoilage.
What are the 4 R’s of an ethical hunter?
The Four R’s of Ethical Hunters 1. Respect for Self Learn everything you can about the game you are hunting. Know and respect the legal seasons of the game animals being hunted. Practice marksmanship long before the hunting season to ensure a clean, swift harvest of game animals.
What should not be left in open places easy to view or smell while hunting?
Go into public places wearing camouflage or similar clothing that has been doused with scent-covering odors. Wear bloody clothing or unnecessarily display dead animals in public. Be disrespectful of landowners, their livestock, or any private property.
What can a positive impression of hunters lead to?
How Hunters Make a Positive Impact. To make a positive impact, hunters: Put in countless hours to improve wildlife habitat. Help biologists transplant game species and save other species from extinction.
What is the rule of first blood?
The “rule of first blood” states that if two hunters each fire an arrow into an animal, the one who can claim the animal is the first to ____________________________________________ _________________________________________________. 1.
What are the first three priorities if you become lost?
Remind yourself that most lost hunters are located within 48 to 72 hours. You will shorten the time if you follow the guidelines in this course and remember these three priorities: shelter, fire, and signal.
What is the first thing hunters should do if they get lost?
When You Think You Are Lost
The first thing to do is admit to yourself that you are in trouble. Think about what you need to do to survive. Observe the area; and look for shelter, fuel, etc. Plan how you are going to use your survival kit and your other available resources.
What shot rarely results in a clean kill?
The animal will detect your movements with this shot angle. A head-on shot can be effective if you have an adequate firearm that is already positioned for the shot. However, head-on shots rarely result in a clean kill and ruin a lot of meat.
What angle should Bowhunters avoid?
Shot Angles: Quartering-Toward. This angle offers a poor shot opportunity and should not be taken. Heavy shoulder bones shield the majority of vital organs from penetration. The animal is typically looking toward the hunter and will likely spot the hunter’s movements.
Which carry gives the best control?
The two-handed or ready carry provides the best control, particularly in thick brush or weeds, or when you need to fire quickly.