Which of the following is one of the requirements for Hunting Guide Certification? Pleasure craft operator card. First aid certification. Class 2 Drivers License. WHMIS certification. Continue >> Which of the following is common information that a hunting guide should know about wildlife in the area? Current populations of different species. Diseases affecting certain species. Standards for trophy quality. Genus and subspecies. Continue >> What optional training would be beneficial to a hunting guide? Heavy equipment operation. Sales and marketing. Event planning. Global positioning systems. Continue >> What is the term used to describe the curved path followed by ammunition from the time it leaves the bow or gun muzzle until the time it reaches its target? Trajectory. Sighting. Wind deflection. Ballistics. Continue >> What information does a hunting guide need to know about firearms and ammunition? Releases. Patterning. Tuning. Broadheads. Continue >> What information does a hunting guide need to know about bow hunting? Patterning. Ammunition. Releases. Loading. Continue >> Which of the following is optional for Hunting Guide Certification? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Firearm possession and acquisition license. First aid certification. Map and Compass use. Continue >> What is the definition for the term “fair chase”? Hunter has no undue advantage over animal. All clients have an equal right to the first shot. Hunting conducted on foot or using pack animals only. Hunting with non-ballistic weapons. Continue >> What attributes are hunting guides showing if they are respectful of the animal carcass and do not waste the meat? Trust and patience. Tact and discretion. Tolerance and reliability. Logic and honesty. Continue >> Which example best reflects an acceptable code of hunting ethics? To conduct oneself according to company policy and procedures. To follow game laws which promote a hunter’s advantage over the game being hunted. To improve one’s skills to ensure humane and ethical harvesting of wildlife. To influence others to adopt hunting techniques of the aboriginal people. Continue >> What methods can a hunting guide use to reduce stress on a hunting trip? Be organized and work together as a team. Provide feedback to clients about marksmanship. Speak positively about outfitter and hunting industry. Be knowledgeable about the history and resources of an area. Continue >> How can a hunting guide confirm understanding of a client’s request? Repeat the question back to the client. Nod in agreement. Offer own opinion or advice. Be attentive and open-minded. Continue >> What skills is a hunting guide using when making eye contact, smiling or using hand gestures? Listening. Professionalism. Non-verbal. Verbal. Continue >> Which of the following is a guideline for communicating with foreign language-speaking clients? Repeat all words and phrases twice. Speak loudly and slowly. Use gestures and sign language. Always make direct eye contact. Continue >> What should a hunting guide determine about cellular telephones or two-way radios before a trip? Warranty guidelines. Serial number. Cost. Range. Continue >> Why is it important to share expertise about hunting with clients? Promotes local area. Develops good relationships. Improves image of the area. Improves waste management methods. Continue >> How can a hunting guide make a client with physical limitations feel comfortable in camp? By pointing out limitations to other clients and guides. By asking if client will need assistance. By singling out client during physical tasks. By ensuring that someone accompanies client at all times. Continue >> What is the definition of an “ambassador”? Person who mediates between two parties. Person who takes command of a situation. Person who positively represents an area or region. Person who handles complaints related to hunting industry. Continue >> How should a hunting guide respond when clients ask if they should give a gratuity? Decline gratuity because it is not permitted by law. Advise client to talk to outfitter about amount of gratuity. Provide examples of gratuities from prior trips. State that gratuities are optional and it is up to the clients. Continue >> Which of the following is an example of promoting teamwork? Carry own share of the workload. Maintain control of all situations. Evaluate knowledge and skills of group members. Encourage group members to engage in individual activities. Continue >> What should a hunting guide do if a client complains? Provide own opinion about situation. Select and implement a solution. Agree with everything client says. Dismiss complaint as irrelevant. Continue >> What type of wildlife situations could pose a danger to clients? Rutting season. Hibernation season. Moulting. Migration. Continue >> What can a hunting guide do to prevent confrontations with wildlife related to the food at camp? Store food in separate shelter. Suspend food high in a tree. Use freeze-dried food. Use canned food. Continue >> How can a hunting guide be prepared for weather and seasonal conditions? Provide gear to clients for all types of conditions. Refer to maps of the area. Prepare a contingency plan. Review notes from previous season. Continue >> What type of situation may cause a hunting trip to be postponed or cancelled? Lack of wildlife in the area. Other recreational users in the area. Clients demonstrating poor hunting skills. Extreme weather or seasonal conditions. Continue >> Why is it important to filter fuel before it is used? To check for water and contaminants. To ensure that it is the correct grade. To check that is the correct colour of fuel. To ensure that fuel type matches container label. Continue >> What precaution can be taken to reduce potential fires or explosions caused by static electricity when working with fuel? Filtering fuel before use. Using a metal instead of plastic funnel. Storing fuel containers at an angle. Wearing rubber boots when refuelling. Continue >> Record rainfalls have contributed to unusually high water levels and the threat of flooding. What should the hunting guide do to ensure the safety of all clients? Leave clients in an elevated location and seek help. Use maps and GPS system to identify a safer location. Implement contingency plan to get everyone to safety quickly. Adhere to established schedule and monitor conditions. Continue >> For safety considerations, what information should be provided to the outfitter or local authorities prior to the hunting trip? List of safety and communication equipment. Type of wildlife that will be hunted and scoring system. Modes of transportation, schedule and skill levels of clients. Route, expected return and number in party. Continue >> A client has died of an apparent heart attack during the hunting trip. What is the first step that a hunting guide should take? The client’s belongings should be inventoried. The body should be secured and dignified. The next of kin should be notified. The guide should record comments from witnesses. Continue >> What should be done with a client’s belongings if they have died on the hunting trip? Forward items immediately to authorities. Mail items to next of kin at end of trip. Secure items and make an itemized list. Give items to client’s friend or colleague. Continue >> Which of the following is an example of a firearm safety procedure? Show clients how to store loaded firearms in hunting vehicle. Allow alcoholic beverages to be consumed by clients only before hunting. Encourage clients to direct muzzle at area where wildlife is likely to appear. Request that clients handle every firearm as if it is loaded. Continue >> What procedure includes looking past the target to ensure that it is safe to shoot? Firearm safety. Outdoor leadership. Wildlife identification. Camp safety. Continue >> Which kit should contain waterproof matches, flares and radio equipment? First aid. Client’s. Survival. Rigging. Continue >> What is the purpose of an emergency shelter? To serve as triage for medical emergencies. To protect equipment and transportation vehicles. To store food and supplies for future trips. To protect individuals from the elements. Continue >> What is the best method to signal for help after the search aircraft have been spotted during daylight? Send off flares. Place light inside tent shelter. Place dark objects on a light background. Turn on flashlights or strobe lights. Continue >> Which of the following is considered an international signal for help? One of anything. Two of anything. Three of anything. Four of anything. Continue >> For what purpose would a hunting guide use halazone tablets or iodine? To disinfect a wound. To destroy trichinosis in game. To purify drinking water. To alleviate hypothermia. Continue >> What information should be discussed during the pre-trip meeting with the outfitter or employer? Trip details and communication plan. Job description and expectations. Suggestions for future trips. Terms of employment. Continue >> What type of information should a hunting guide request about clients during a pre-trip meeting with an outfitter or employer? Educational background. Medical conditions. Occupations. Hobbies and interests. Continue >> How can guides assist clients when they arrive in camp and make them feel welcome? Assist them with sighting rifles and bows. Introduce clients to key personnel. Assess client’s hunting skill levels. Provide instruction on legislative requirements. Continue >> When should a hunting guide provide instructions to clients about safety issues and hunt procedures? At the time the trip is booked. At the pre-trip meeting with the clients. At some point during the first few days of the trip. On the land, before the first shot has been fired. Continue >> Why should a hunting guide spend time before the trip assisting clients with sighting of firearms or bows? To assess clients level of knowledge and experience. To ensure that clients feel welcome at the camp. To provide critical judgement of clients abilities. To decide which type of game will be hunted during trip. Continue >> Is it necessary for the hunting guide to go through the client’s personal gear before the trip? No, there are legal restrictions against such practices. Yes, to ensure that clients are prepared for conditions. No, it is an invasion of the client’s right to privacy. Yes, but only to verify that contraband has not been packed. Continue >> What should a hunting guide consider when determining a reasonable load for a pack horse? The type of equipment and the temperament of the horse. The age of the horse and prevailing weather conditions. The distance to be travelled and the type of terrain. The duration of trip and number of people in the client group. Continue >> What is the reason for checking that saddle cinches are clean and tight throughout the day? To balance the load. To watch for muscle knots. To maintain equestrian tackle. To prevent soreness. Continue >> PLAY AGAIN !