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Q:i'LL be out picking blackberries soon,and wandering along dry creekbeds searching for indian atrifacts, meeting landowners all the while keeping in mind deer season approaching .How's your preseason searches going?I've only leased land to hunt once, one dollar for four hundred acres in far western Kentucky.Sometimes the slow low approach can open gates that others find locked.
Q:Last year I was squirrel hunting, with a shotgun, in Pennsylvania. An archer, who had hit and wounded a deer, came up to me and asked if I had seen which way the deer went. I had not, and felt as if I should help him look for the deer since it was wounded. I did not have an archery tag and was carrying the shotgun, so I was concerned this would cause me a problem with the law enforcement folks. I was not sure what to do, and finally decided not to help. This has bothered me ever since. What should I have done?