Hunting Stereotypes – Which One Are You Guilty Of?
General rifle season continues here in Big Sky Country. As we are nearing the 7th inning of the season, lots of outdoorsmen and women are starting to feel the pressure to fill a tag and fill their freezer. The season will soon be over and lots of folks will be settling in for the long boring winter. Patiently awaiting the coming of the 2021 hunting season.
In all my years hunting in Montana, I have run into a lot of different people. All hunters share the same passion for the outdoors, but not all hunters go about it the same way. The guys at "Dude Perfect" have put together a hilarious video portraying all the different stereotypes you may encounter while in the field. Some of which you may be guilty of yourself.
For example, I portray characteristics of the following
The Sky Blaster "Someone who still fires at waterfowl, even though they are clearly out of range."
The Napper "Someone who uncontrollably falls asleep when hunting in a blind or sitting in the truck."
The Buy It All Bob "Someone who spends entirely too much of their annual salary on hunting gear."
The Stop a Deer with "Mehhh!" Guy " Someone who believes the only way to make a deer stop is to annoyingly make the sound "Mehhhh!"
And I can also say that I am the "Its All About the Angle" guy, when it comes to posing for pictures of successful hunts. Bottomline, the closer you can get the deer or fish to the camera lens, the bigger it will look.
Successful Montana Elk Hunts