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Title: Hunters Safety


1
Hunters Safety
2
Be Prepared
  • Weather you are going out for a few hours or a
    two week adventure in the woods
  • ALWAYS BE PREPARED

3
Fish and Game
  • If you have any questions or concerns make sure
    you contact your local fish and game office
  • Palmer- 746-6300
  • Glennallen- 822-3461
  • In case of an emergency DIAL 9-1-1

4
Hunters Education Course
  • Hunter Education is required for hunters born
    AFTER January 1, 1986 who intend to hunt in Units
    7, 13-15, and 20. The following apply
  • If you were born after January 1, 1986 and
    are 16 years old or older, you must have
    successfully completed a certified Basic Hunter
    Education course.
  • If you were born after January 1, 1986 and
    are under 16 years old, you must have
  • successfully completed a certified Basic
    Hunter Education course OR-
  • hunt under the direct immediate
    supervision of a licensed hunter who is either
  • 16 years old or older and has
    successfully completed a certified Hunter
    Education course OR
  • born on or before January 1, 1986
  • BASIC HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE OPTIONS
  • There are three ways to take a Basic Hunter
    Education class
  • Traditional course longer multi-day course
  • Independent Study course 2 parts - workbook
    home study, 8 hour field day
  • Online course 2 parts online study and
    test, ½ day field day

5
License
  • Residents
  • Under 15 non required
  • 16-59 Required
  • 60 Free permit ID
  • 25 Hunting
  • 15 Trapping
  • 39 Hunting and Trapping
  • 48 Hunting and Sports Fishing
  • 62 Hunting Trapping and Sports
  • 5 Low Income
  • 5 Water Fowl

6
Harvest Tags
  • Your harvest must be written on the back of
    your license
  • Valid from date of issue until the following June
  • Must punch immediately after kill
  • Must keep it on your possession until game has
    arrived at processing place (home)
  • 15 days after bag limit/ End of season to report
    to FG (even if you get nothing)
  • http//hunt.alaska.gov

7
What not to do
  • Never attempt to sell or buy Wild Game
  • Except hares
  • You may not shoot on, from, or across any
    drivable surface of any constructed road or
    highway
  • Do not heard harass or molest game with a
    motorized vehicle
  • No helicopters unless its to rescue people
  • No bows / crossbows that shoot multiple arrows
  • No automatic weapons or shot guns larger than 10
    guage

8
Unit 13
  • Caribou and moose must include all edible meat
  • Poor trimming is illegal- Can't debone in field
  • Front quarters and hind quarters and ribs must
    remain naturally attatched to bone
  • Must leave evidence of sex of animal

9
Prepping for the hunt
  • Along with a well inspected firearm and ammo and
    your license tags and permits (leave a paper
    trail) you need your survival gear.

10
Gear
  • Tent (waterproof it )
  • Tarps
  • Warm Sleeping bag
  • Water (can't bring to much)
  • Compass and map GPS
  • Knives and sharpener
  • Ax chainsaw
  • Rope
  • Wool Socks
  • Gloves
  • Dry clothes
  • First Aid kit
  • Healthy Trail Snacks
  • Hearty Meals
  • Vitamins (Emergen-C are great and easy )
  • Reliable hunting partners
  • Waterproof hunting boots with support and grip
  • Waterproof pants and coat
  • Extra shoes and socks
  • Fire starter
  • Spare parts and tools (flats are common extra
    spark plugs are great too)
  • Radios
  • Headlight
  • Flashlight
  • Binoculars

11
After the kill- keep it Clean Cool and Dry
  • Make sure that you remove the hide and gut your
    animal before it starts to spoil
  • If its hotter than 60 degrees out the process
    will start very quickly and rapidly
  • Its recommended that if near water to let your
    game soak 30-45 minutes
  • If not you need to hang it up and spray down with
    citric acid and water to that it runs off and
    creates a hard crusty coating
  • Keep a tarp around the meat to keep rain away but
    dont seal tight needs to breath

12
ATV users
  • Wear your helmet!
  • Gloves, Long Pants, Long Sleeve shirt, Body
    Armor, Boots, Eye Protection
  • Inspect your vehicles
  • Do not over load and risk breaking or tipping
    make multiple trips
  • Tread lightly, stick to the trail don't create
    your own

13
Wearing the Proper Gear
  • Make sure your clothing has reflective materials
  • Make sure it is going to keep you warm and dry
  • Make sure that you can be seen!
  • Camoflauge may be great to stay hidden from the
    moose but you don't want to be in the wrong spot
    wrong time and NOT BE SEEN!
  • Orange and Green are excellent highlight colors
    that make it easier to be seen.

14
Basic Gun Safety
  • ALWAYS KEEP THE GUN POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION
  • ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL
    READY TO SHOOT
  • ALWAYS KEEP GUN UNLODED UNTIL READY TO USE
  • REMEMBER TO TREAT EVERY GUN AS IF IT WAS LOADED

15
Common Sense
  • Don't be afraid to use it!

16
De'niigi
17
Udzih
18
Ka'
19
Please remember
  • To use your best judgment
  • Don't do anything to put your self or others at
    risk
  • HAVE FUN
  • STAY SAFE!
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