They've added a new rule for Southeast goat hunts this year. No nannies with kids. (Maybe it's no nannies 'accompanied by' kids. I don't have the book in front of me.)
So the question is, what exactly does that mean?
I'll pose the hypothetical thus: It's the last afternoon of the goat hunt. No billies. Not really in it for the taxidermy, anyway.
The only goats on this mountain this afternoon are a band of seven, two of them kids. They're all moving more or less together in a loose band about 50 yards vertical by 100 yards across the slope.
Are all those adult goats 'with' or 'accompanied by' kids?
What's the rule in this situation? You could watch for a while and see if one of 'em pees like a billy. But let's take the hypothetical a little further and say all five adults in the band are nannies. Can you shoot any of them?
I know this has been the rule up north for a while. How's it work?