When field dressing an animal, why must a hunting guide ensure that there is evidence of sex intact?
When field dressing an animal, why must a hunting guide ensure that there is evidence of sex intact?To collect biological samples.To meet taxidermist’s requirements.To address client’s needs.
How can a hunting guide confirm understanding of a client’s request?
Repeat the question back to the client.Nod in agreement.Offer own opinion or advice.Be attentive and open-minded.
When should a hunting guide consider cancelling a trip?
When the trip schedule cannot be followed.When clients will not comply with regulations.When wildlife move out of target area.When clients’ expectations are too high.
What type of wildlife situations could pose a danger to clients?
Rutting season.Hibernation season.Moulting.Migration.
How can a hunting guide make a client with physical limitations feel comfortable in camp?
By pointing out limitations to other clients and guides.By asking if client will need assistance.By singling out client during physical tasks.By ensuring that someone accompanies client at all times.
What does a hunting guide need to confirm with clients before the first shot is fired?
That clients must share any game that is taken.That clients are aware of potential disease risks.That clients know when they can load their guns.That guides should always have right of first shot.
What procedure includes looking past the target to ensure that it is safe to shoot?
Firearm safety.Outdoor leadership.Wildlife identification.Camp safety.
How should a hunting guide respond when clients ask if they should give a gratuity?
Decline gratuity because it is not permitted by law.Advise client to talk to outfitter about amount of gratuity.Provide examples of gratuities from prior trips.State that gratuities are optional and it is up to the clients.
What guidelines are put into practice when hunting guides leave their campsite cleaner than it was found and carry out everything that was carried in?
Minimum impact land use.Resource preservation.Ecological sensitivity.Environmental disposal.
How can a hunting guide be prepared for weather and seasonal conditions?
Provide gear to clients for all types of conditions.Refer to maps of the area.Prepare a contingency plan.Review notes from previous season.
Why should a hunting guide spend time before the trip assisting clients with sighting of firearms or bows?
To assess clients level of knowledge and experience.To ensure that clients feel welcome at the camp.To provide critical judgement of clients abilities.To decide which type of game will be hunted during trip.
What is the term used to describe the curved path followed by ammunition from the time it leaves the bow or gun muzzle until the time it reaches its target?
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