FAIRBANKS (AP) -- One way to help ensure your safe return from a hunting trip is to complete a Search and Rescue Prevention Travel Plan.
The travel plans are available at local trooper detachments
The form contains information needed to begin a search if there is an emergency, such as where and how long you will be hunting, how you got there, what supplies you have and who is in the hunting party.
Hunters should leave the plan with someone who can contact troopers in the event they are overdue. A new travel plan should be completed each time you travel into the field.
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