If that guy shoots the monster buck I've been hunting all bow season, it will be because he was in the right place at the right time.
It's all in good fun and not meant to be taken seriously.Some will be offended by the OP but I think it’s pretty funny. I looked the part this bow season but only have a miserable tree stand selfie to show for it . I was freezing that day ! Meanwhile I saw countless success pictures this season of all ages . From little kids to women in their 70’s with bucks I would of shot in a heartbeat. I swear one kid was posing with a crossbow that was as big as he was. All you can do is laugh. I will say one thing and that is never judge a book by its cover. Just because a guy doesn’t look the part doesn’t mean he is not a great hunter and the opposite could be said for some individuals sporting the latest and greatest gear .
LOL has nothing to do with how he is dressed. (That just adds humor) The point is, many times you'll have a man/woman who literally hunts 1 or maybe 2 times a year. They will go out the first day. Not have a clue what they are doing or how to hunt. Sit at a random spot, and have a giant walk by that is pushed through by all the pressure and people putting on drives (which i think should be banned. Oh boy get the popcorn ready for that comment) and blast it. Walk up to it, have no idea what they shot or have any appreciation for the magnificent buck that defied the odds and lived to 4,5 or even 6 years old somehow in PA.Whats wrong with the way he is dressed? Is it a fashion thing for you guys? Does he need a tie or something? >Or is it because he is not in camo? Camo is not necessary for hunting anything. My son in law killed a nice 9 point with his bow this year wearing a blue sweatshirt.
I don't even own camo hunting clothes. Guess we wouldn't pass the dress code at you guys camp.:grin2: