We've all come across certain hunting stereotypes… in fact, if we're honest, a few of them probably apply to us! The old adage “different strokes for different folks” certainly applies to hunting. Every hunter has their own approach when it comes to catching their favorite game. If that practice might work for you or convenient for you, it might be bothersome for other hunters or vice versa. Some use peculiar hunting procedures that we might find hilarious but for them, it is a normal thing. Scroll down and check out the zany hunting stereotypes that you might be also guilty of doing.
Laugh Hard Or Get Mad With These Hunting Stereotypes
Some hunters have an outlandish method every time they're out in the woods and trying to catch their favorite game. We just can't help but laugh whether they're doing it on purpose and making a buffoon out of themselves or they are just used to that practice. But whatever the reasons are, it can be outrageously funny or obnoxious. They are so common in hunting that we gave names to each type of hunter that we encounter in the field. Below is a hilarious video that pokes fun at hunting stereotypes like “The Field Announcer,” “Decoy Overload,” and “The Blind Nappers.” But first, take a peek at some of the types of hunter that will surely drive you nuts!
The Noisy Ted
Ever had a hunting buddy that doesn't know the word “silence”? Picture this, you're sitting and waiting patiently behind your blinds then suddenly your friend come rushing in with complete disregard of quietude and soundlessness thus scaring the suspicious game away. Another missed opportunity courtesy of Noisy Ted!
The Buy It All Bob
You can see these type of hunters especially newbies that have money burn in every Bass Pro shops and whatnot. You'll even see more of them once hunting season is on probably trying to impress someone or just a Mr. Know-it-all with no actual hunting experience or whatsoever but the stash of cash is higher that Shaq! Speaking of Buy-It-All Bob, I'm fairly certain he'd have his hands on this spectacular 13-in-1 Multitool. Get one right here.
These are the type of hunters that bought every decoy they can lay their hands upon and placed them in one location. It is always never enough decoys for them to the extent that there's no more space for the real thing. And even if it attracts some ducks or deer, it would be difficult to tell which is real and which one is not. A great amount of effort with minimum to zero chances of success.
The Blind Nappers
If you could read the mind of a deer after seeing these hunters snoring their butts off, it will straightforwardly say “these guys are nincompoops!” As these so-called devoted hunters are carefully scouting the fields of La-la Land, Bambi, and his friends are graciously dancing in front of them without them noticing. But who could blame them? Waiting took all their energy and sends them away in a trance.
The Snack Master
If I'm going to choose a type of hunter that I want to be with, this is on top my list. This type of hunter has a lot of food inside his backpack. He probably carries everything but the kitchen sink. He got several types of snacks that you will start to think that you're in a picnic party and not after some big game. But then again, I'll pick this type of hunter over any type anytime.
Do any of these hunting stereotypes describe you or your friends? Check out the video below to find out, and be sure to share with your hunting buddies!
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