LDS wrote:When you are wearing the Blaze colors you can be a bit more assured the person that killed you will be held responsible! If that does you any good?
I once lost a heard of goats to "deer hunters". I would find the gut piles complete with head, horns and hide right under the trees scuffed by the protable tree stands. I am sure these people were shooting at the "sound of a deer", then removing the head and hide before going home with their kill, to hide the fact they had killed a goat. If asked they would simply claim there was no use for the hide or head of a doe.
People that do things like this will shoot you and walk away and let you bleed out.
Hunter safety requirement
Anyone born on or after June 1, 1975
must complete a hunter safety course before purchasing a hunting license. Children under age 16 may hunt with adult supervision without having to take a hunter safety course. Persons 16 and older who have not completed a hunter safety course can use a onetime Mentoring Exemption enabling them to purchase a license and hunt within the supervision of a mentoring adult who is at least 21 years old. Persons needing proof of course completion
can print a duplicate certification card
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