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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitetailTracker View Post
    if hunters should advocate it becoming a law or not.
    I think being done after drawing blood can be a good management tactic in certain areas. I don't think it makes sense to make it make it a blanket reg, but it's a good tool.

    Black bears on POW is a great example the management goals + geography (island with dense undergrowth that can make recovery difficult) + the fact that it's a draw hunt where the goal is limited harvest create a situation where you could have but absolutely don't want a high rate of killed but un-recovered animals.

    Conversely this would be a dumb rule for antelope hunting, in my experience it's pretty easy to tell if an antelope was lethally hit, and recovery isn't very hard so there is probably a very low rate of killed but un-recovered animals.
    Last edited by wllm1313; 12-12-2018 at 02:05 PM.

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