Responsibility to Other Hunters
There are about 275,000 hunters in Washington, and it is likely that you will see other hunters afield. Be sure to apply all basic safety rules while hunting. Never take a shot unless you can clearly identify your target and what lies beyond it!
Be sure that you and your companions wear hunter orange as required.
Choose a site for your blind or tree stand carefully, if you use one. Try to avoid crowding other hunters.