You’ve done it! All the hard work you put into practicing and scouting for the bowhunting season paid off with a shot at a great deer. But after your arrow found its mark, the deer sprinted off, and you lost sight of it in the brush.
How do you find your deer? You need to follow the signs the deer left behind to track and recover it. This process is called blood trailing, and – if done correctly – it can turn a gut-wrenching defeat into a fist-pumping success.
How do your skills stack up? If you’re new to blood trailing, read this article first, then test your knowledge with the quiz. If you’re an experienced blood trailer, take the quiz to see how well you know your stuff.