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Question by Brittle. Uploaded on December 15, 2009
I know one that is not my favorite "If its brown its down" For some reason or another it makes me mad when I hear that.
One I like alot
Theres always next year.
"I can taste those back straps"!!!!!
The one that I always say, "Its not over till its over"
"billy missed. . . AGAIN"
Not a good idea slick!
Hey, is that Muzzleloader EPA Certified?
Take em boys!!!!
Well I always love to hear Uncle Ted say "Where have we seen this before." But around here one i hear alot is hey hunny hold my beer while I shoot this buck.
Or whenever I asked grandpa what to do in rough situations he would tell me to follow the three s's Shoot Shovel Shut up
you look as happy as a dead pig in the sunshine
A veteran - whether active duty, retired, or national guard or reserve - is
someone who, at one point in their life, wrote a blank check made payable to
"The United States of America," for an amount of "up to and including my life."
Yes, this is a good one!!!
I'm not saying my wife's a bad cook, but she uses a smoke alarm as a timer.
Never test the depth of the water with both feet. ;)
Had a fire fight we did!
Translation: Jack Rabbit or Coyote hitting the hillside at a full run at 300+ yards in front of 3 or more shooters!
Telegraphed that one, you did!
Translation: Making a long shot farther than normal, extreme shooting!
XRANS CANYON! Pronounced, TRANS CANYON!
Translation: Shooting across a canyon over well over 400 yards!
Now that you knocked it down, how are you going to get it out!
Translation: Shooting something in the most hardest place to get it out such as the deepest canyon or so far back in you need a helicopter!
“Hunting is not a sport. In a sport, both sides should know they're in the game.”
2am in the morning and the phone rings.
lift some wights your just feeding the coyotes with that puny bow
"If it flies it dies"
I almost always hunt big game alone and I do talk to myself fairly regularly but I don't think that counts here. Usually it's to check on my hypothermia levels. "Weuuell, shiish abooot time aeeeh aeeeet suumsheeng."
Sooo... I guess my favorite "sayings" are to my dogs: "Skiiiit-em in there!!" "You got it ... bring it here."
“I should have told her that holding out for a big buck was just a way of trying to make the shooting matter as much after you have done plenty of it as it did when you started. Otherwise, taking the life out of a thing you could not make in ten million years would not be possible. You would have to stop hunting, and that is not possible, either.”
-Gary Sitton (writing as Jacob Bowers)
kill it 'n' grill it!
Damn tree! (when hunting grouse and woodcock)
You waterfowlers would understand...
USE ENOUGH GUN ! (R. Ruark)
"You can't cook antlers but you can't hang meat on the wall"
Oh, heck, Big O beat me to it. My next favorite is, "Take the shot you've got, you may not get another one."
"Shoot straight" is commonly used at our camp. A close second would be the more profane "shoot that m*%&+% f*&$+%"
"Let the arrows fly so the meat can fry!!"
Here comes a nice one.
you can't eat the horns
was there milk on its lips
aim small miss small or is it big?
LMAO, my uncle say that a lot, "that's a dead deer m*%&+% f*&$+%"...
SURE! I carry one in my hip pocket all the time!
Answering stupid questions from other hunters if I had extra somethingerather.One rolled his ATV and busted his stock and wanted to know if I had an extra stock
You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.
The best time to hunt was just before you got here and right after you left.
"That's the right hill. The car's that way."
From an ex-friend, with a group misplaced in the mountains.
"If it's brown it's down!''
You only get so many sunrises.
The first shot counts!!!!
Never hunt by CEDAR....cause you won't CE-DEARE...lol
I hunt not to kill, but to have not played golf.
Good one, crosshairy, a take-off on one of mine. I have two of them:
"One does not hunt in order to kill. One kills in order to have hunted." - Jose Ortega y Gasset
"...if there's one thing I despise it's a killer, some blood-crazed idiot that just goes around bam-bamming at everything he sees. A man who takes pleasure in death just for death's sake is rotten somewhere inside, and you'll find him doing things later in life that'll prove it." - Robert Ruark in "The Old Man and the Boy"
hunting up in northern maine we get into some pretty thick softwoods..
Uncle Tim: "looks like two clip country...'course, first clips just to clear the brush"
Uncle Kenny: "spit out your tobacco boys, we're gunna need to chew our way through this patch"
Uncle Chris: after leaving the truck and returning 5 minutes later, "forget the guns boys, we're better off with baseball bats"
Lastly, a favorite from great uncle eben, who passed away, but used to love smoking cigars as he hunted: "what, this? hell this won't bother them at all. by the time they smell this it will be too late."
"man you put the pow wow diddy ow on that critter." is one of my favorite to use. meaning you really dropped the hammer on that animal.
Why are the deer always there when I'm not?
haha whenever ted nugents cat scratch fever comes on i replace it with back strap fever...haha so i guess backstrap fever is my favorite
"But once you heard Tom employ it on a flock of cautious Mallards, you would swear it was a personal presentation from the angel Gabriel." Gordon MacQuarrie
"There's more to fishing than catching fish..." an old axiom I learned from an old fishing partner of mine.
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