Upon hitting an animal, the remainder of the hunt will be spent looking/hunting for the wounded animal. The animals that inhabit a ranch are finite in number and a valuable resource that the landowner relies upon for the financial survival of the ranch. It is not fair to the landowners to allow each hunter the opportunity to potentially kill two animals. In this case, a hunter would, in essence, be potentially killing two animals while only paying for one. We will not compromise the landowner’s interests in this situation. We do understand that each situation is different and can be looked at and dealt with individually.
Upon hitting an animal, the next day will be spent looking/hunting for the wounded animal. Should the animal not be recovered, the hunter can resume hunting for another animal. Due to the great variations in such situations, the guide will make the decision when to abandon searching. Upon shooting a second animal and losing it, the hunt is over.
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