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Chad504boy
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Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?



I always seem to do it, hunting season, my photos is lined up with selfies of all my hunts, of course the scenery too. Combination of boredom and i guess last pic before i fall out of a tree and die.






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pooponsaban
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


It's a little ghey.





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Chad504boy
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


but you still do it though right?





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Phil0ndeeez
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I've done it before, caught some slack for it.
Bordedom does have a lot to do with it.






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RebelNutt
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


Interesting thread but yes I'm guilty as well





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oleyeller
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


do it! oh i do it





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Purple Spoon
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


As long as you dont have a look on your face like you are getting ready to fight.





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deaconjones35
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


Like this?







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MillerMan
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Only acceptable outdoor selfies are ski lift selfies







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REB BEER
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


I've never done it, but thanks for the idea for this year.





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AlxTgr
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


Gotta use duckface, brah.





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Bleeding purple
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


but clearly not duck hunting.





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AHouseDivided
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quote:

duckface










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Nodust
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Just get your feet in the pic.





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Bleeding purple
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


Caption: Before and After photo of kissing ____________





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4X4DEMON
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Image: http://i227.photobucket.com/albums/dd244/Mudking07/IMAG0129.jpg width=500


Come Thursday I'll probably have plenty of pics.



This post was edited on 9/30 at 2:09 pm


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TigerDeacon
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


Face painting questions:

Do you paint your whole face or only the part that isn't covered by the facemask?

Do you paint your face before you leave the house? I think it would look weird to stop for a gas station biscuit with your face fully painted.

If you are going to wear the facemask over your nose and mouth (which is the worst part of the facemask, then why not just wear one over the rest of your face?

Do you still have nightmares about 'Nam?










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emboslice
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re: Is taking Hunting Selfies Appropriate Hunting Behavior?


I've always thought the funniest thing about selfies is when you can see the person holding the phone in the glasses reflection.





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