Click to enlargeAnswer: B

Don't follow the deer, and plan to come back later at night to try and locate him is the correct answer. By letting the deer have time immediately after the shot to lay down and stiffen up, many times the buck won't be able to run nearly as far as he would if you pursue him. A blood trail can be followed at night by using a Coleman lantern, which gives off a very white light. The sportsman can mark his trail with hunter-orange flagging tape in to the deer and follow that same trail back out with his deer after dark without losing his way.