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Discussion in 'Hunting Forum' started by 303tom, Nov 20, 2013.
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Deer must be really, really big in MO. Huge.
The hunter thought the Elk antlers were on an Eastern White Tail? Does he also do a lot of "Sound" shots?
Well, at least it wasn't a cow. i have a friend that paints the word "COW" in bright orange on the side of his holstiens and jerseys ever deer season. Yep, there are some effing geniuses in his area every opening day.
I was elk hunting in eastern WA when a guy shot his own horse. It had a blaze orange saddle blanket too. That hunt was a nightmare and my last hunt. I was not willing to go out in the woods with those crazies again and I did not have access to private land.
I agree with you guys, I am ashamed to say this guy was from Missouri !..............
Haha this reminds me of a story about 15 years ago I was up in the hills here in California stopped at a little store and a guy pulls in and with what he thought was a deer straped across his hood he was so happy he just got his first deer.
But wait for it wait for it lol it was a goat!!!!!!!!!!!
True story. It was raining in WA when a hunter pulled into a cafe and saw the game warden sitting at a table. He sat down at the counter and started bragging about this huge doe he shot and had out in his pick up. The game warden slipped out into the rain to go look at the illegal doe before confronting the hunter. Sure enough it was a doe but it had antlers. The game warden went back into the cafe wet, a little angry and he knew he had been had.
He going to have a very short life as a hunter !!
And now U know one of the reasons I hunt with a longbow!!!
I never trail rode my horse during hunting season.
uhhh this guy was a crappy hunter if he mistook an elk for a white tail. What a moron.
Are there elk in Missouri? I guess one could have wandered in. I know many years ago there were elk there.
That would have been a very expensive mistake in Germany.
I did, do, and always will hunt off horseback.
But we do things different out west.
My dad did almost shoot one of our horses. The horse took off with his model 70 in the scabbard, and his 700 dollar roping saddle. He said " if he gets on the ridge, I have to put him down." LOL 30 minutes later the horse came back into camp with its head down.
I ride during hunting season. I have rode a horse hunting many times. I have never mistaken a horse for a game animal. I know where my horse is tied. I am not going to shoot in that direction.
It is wise for horsemen to wear bright colors during any hunting season. If the hunter sees you quickly it lowers the chance of a freak accident. Personally, I know where the hunters are at in all my riding areas by where their truck is parked.
i think she was refering to some idiot mistaking your horse for a game animal. not you shooting your own horse.