After your arrow flies or your bullet leaves the barrel, the second part of the deer hunt begins. Regardless of how good your aim is, at some point you will wound a deer and have to find it. Whitetails can run up to 45 mph and jump up to 30 feet in one leap, so a deer that’s deaf to its death knell can quickly turn an ordinary retrieval job into a needle-in-a-haystack nightmare. Just as you shouldn’t forget your bullets when hunting, don’t be without key deer-locating equipment either. You can create a deer-retrieval kit, keep it in your vehicle, and haul it out when needed.