If a hook is deep inside a fish, give the line a good yank to try and pull it out. False-- Remove the hook carefully or if the fish has swallowed the hook, cut the line as close as possible to the fish's mouth
Any hook wound should be followed by a tetanus shot if the victim has not had one in the past five years. True
The air temperature must be colder than 0 degrees to cause hypothermia. False-- . Many cases of hypothermia develop in air temperatures between 30 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Cold water takes away body heat 25 times faster than air of the same temperature. Any water colder than 70 degrees can cause hypothermia.
If you go wading in the water, it is best to go barefoot so you can tell what you are stepping on. False
You can take home as many fish as you can catch. False-- there are fishing limits for size and number determined by each state. For example, in Maryland you are allowed to keep up to 2 trout (any size) and up to 15 crappie. Yellow perch must be at least 9 inches and you may take up to 10.
You don't need a fishing license if you are under 16. True
It's okay to leave your discarded hook and line on the ground when you are done. False--Hooks can injure animals or people and discarded lines can tangle up animals and perhaps cause them to drown.