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05/08/2014: The Eight Minute Clock and Telemetry

Q: In a four-dog cast, three dogs got treed approximately 900 yards ahead of the cast, while Dog D continued trailing a separate track off to their right. After scoring the tree, we could not hear Dog D so the cast walked back to the spot where we last heard Dog D. At that spot is where the judge started the eight-minute clock on the dog. After listening for a little bit and still not hearing the...

04/09/2014: Slam Payout with No Cast Winners

Q: The club had a UKC Slam Event where no casts came in with plus points. How is the prize money distributed?

03/06/2014: Q & A

Cast A: All dogs are declared treed. The cast starts shining and right away they see eyes in the tree. All cast members agreed, “Yes, we see it.”

02/10/2014: New Telemetry Rules

Q: When will the new telemetry rules go into effect? A: The new telemetry rules will go into effect on January 1, 2014 for all UKC Licensed Nite Hunts.

01/13/2014: New Tracking Telemetry Rules

It’s no secret there’s been a lot of discussion in the past year on the use of tracking telemetry during a hunt. Ideas of a less restrictive policy have been ongoing far longer.

12/18/2013: Recent Rules Changes

This article is strictly dedicated to the most recent rules changes. It’s important to understand that these changes will go in effect on January 1, 2014; current rules apply until then.

11/05/2013: UKC 2013 Rules Proposal Official Results

The seven UKC Chartered Breed Associations met on Friday, August 30, 2013 to discuss and vote on the following rules proposals. It takes a majority vote for any proposal to pass. Those proposals that passed will go in effect beginning January 1, 2014.

10/10/2013: Q & A Update, Rules Proposal

Please Note: The Question/Scenario and Answer below originally ran in the Advisor Column in the 2013 July Issue. The UKC’s response to the scenario was based on very basic common sense and scores the dog in that specific situation for what it did and without any doubt. However, further consideration for variables that are often included in such situations suggests that it is in the UKC and the sport’s best interest to retract that original answer/response and replace it with the one provided here. Otherwise when the scenario varies even just slightly, it complicates matters too much.

09/09/2013: Q & A

Q: On a Grand Nite cast the other night, all four dogs are declared treed. We proceed to score the tree and find an opossum. All four of us saw it. We continued to look and two of us found a coon. The other two could never saw the coon. How should this be scored?

08/05/2013: Q & A

Q: On a Nite Hunt cast the other night, all dogs were declared struck and treed together. We got to the tree, handled the dogs back and started shining the tree. One of the handlers pulled a vine connected to the tree. When he did, a dead coon fell from the tree at his feet. How do we score this?

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