FYI, some people feel that bloody, back of the pickup, dead deer pictures don't help a hunters image. I really couldn't care less, but I have tried to be more sensitive to their feelings in recent years.
Thanks Matt. Once I had him in the back of the pickup was about the only time I had to take a picture considering I had to drag him uphill 200 yards and gut him. And if people are concerned about seeing a dead deer in the back of a pickup or a spot of blood, i would suggest they stay out of the post about hunting.
If it makes you feel better, I can post a picture of this bad boy on my dinner table!
Sorry Matt, not real big on being sensitive. I have found that people are going to believe whatever they want about hunters, regardless of facts or if I have a picture of a buck in the back of my truck. But I made sure to take a picture JUST for those sensitive people you spoke of! Enjoy.
I remember one night (we were pretty young and dumb) we left for the forrest and by the time we got there some of my buddies were pretty toasted. We hit the only club near the forrest and then headed to the forest waiting/sleeping for the early morning to come, of course as usual deer everywhere along the side of the road. One of my buddies Joe was totally lit and decided he would go bow hunting illegally right then. He hopped out of the truck. The next morning we walked a few feet from the truck to find him passed out on the ground sleeping like a baby. He'll never live that one down.
Sorry guys, living in California with all these tree hugging, dope smoking, democrats makes a guy a little defensive. But you can't give in to their "sensitive" BS. If you do, you will be forced by LAW to hunt with "lead free" bullets, because they offend nature!
Haha i was just giving you a hard time Matt. No offense intended. I was just happy to find a use for my flip off deer pictures, other than to send to my coworkers. Has been a tradition at work to take our pictures with a bird. Have never thought of a humping picture, maybe next year.