BY BRODY WHITAKER
Have you ever shot an animal and you can never find it?
The best way to shoot any animal is behind the front shoulder where the heart and lungs are at, the vitals.
If you get a lung shot, you will know by looking at the blood and seeing if there is bubbles in it. Also, if you are hunting in a tree stand with a bow, and if you want to drop the animal in its tracks, shoot at the spine.
If and only if, an animal is on the run 250-300 yards away, lead the animal. This means to put your crosshairs in front of the animal (not too far, but at least a yard in front of it) and shoot it.
Now, you can finally find your animal after you make the shot.