Old Mossy Horns
Having personal experience helping hunters recover deer using a tracking dog, I can say the number one problem is wounded deer crossing a property boundary. The usual situation is that the hunter doesn't know who owns the adjoining property, or doesn't have any kind of relationship with the owner. It's one of the first questions I ask when somebody calls for help tracking a deer with a dog; Whose property are we tracking on, and do we have permission to be there?i really have issues with the recovery situation.
with these tiny tracts that we hunt here in nc it would be tough to be denied recovery if a wounded one crossed a boundary.
anyone ever been caught up in that?