Scoring Aids - Rule 10.A. (1) (2) Clarification

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Scoring Aids - Rule 10.A. (1) (2) Clarification

Postby Jerry Moll » Fri Apr 22, 2016 6:59 pm

The PKC Executive Committee has been contacted and have unanimously agreed to the following rule update and clarification.

See items (1) and (2) highlighted below in red.

10. PLUS POINTS
A. Raccoon Scoring Requirements - When a dog strikes and trees, and a coon is seen by a majority of the cast, dog's points will be plus. A minimum of three (3) cast members must be present at every tree before scoring begins. If only three (3) members of a four (4) dog cast go to a tree, all three (3) must agree on the scoring of the tree. Only one (1) raccoon is counted even if more than one (1) is up the tree.

(1) Night vision and/or heat sensing binocular or monocular scopes may be used as an aid to determine the location of raccoon or off-game in thick or leafy trees. The majority of the cast under Open Event Rules, or non-hunting judge under Pro Rules, must first verify if there is game (raccoon or off-game) before scoring.
(2) A mirror, phone or camera may be used as an aid to see a raccoon or off-game in a den, hole, log or other place of refuge where a visual obstruction exists. The majority of the cast under Open Event Rules, or non-hunting judge under Pro Rules, must first verify if there is game (raccoon or off-game) before scoring. Scoring disagreements may be questioned via the normal voting and questioning process.

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