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Old January 29, 2013, 02:35 PM   #34
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re Brian for those animals that don't die we use people on temporary blinds/stands and/or dogs that either stand/front the animals (again I don't know the english word for this) so you get another chance, or some dogs catch or even take care of it themselves, with training the dogs only go for the intended animal.

atleast over here we hunters face great scrutiny from animalactivists and so on so we have to be very ethical about it all. tracking animals involved in traffic accidents fall on some of us hunters.

But I stand by my first statement: I wouldn't take another shot at an animal before I knew the first one was down, and I put some real effort into tracking it, if it was a hit that will kill eventually it is my obligation to put that animal down.
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