Let us face it there is a lot of humor in hunting. Here is a handful of my favorite hunting jokes.
Where is Henry?
A group of friends went deer hunting and paired off in twos for the day.
That night, one of the hunters, who happened to be blonde, returned alone, staggering under the weight of an eight-point buck.
“Where’s Henry? one of his campmates asked.”
“Henry had a stroke of some kind. He’s a couple of miles back up the trail.”
“You left Henry laying out there and carried the deer back!?!”
“A tough call,” nodded the hunter, “but I figured no one is going to steal Henry!”
The Preachers Dilima
One Sunday a Minister feigned illness so he could go deer hunting. That morning he shot a good-sized 14-point buck! Saint Peter looked down from Heaven and said to God, “You aren’t going to let him bag a prize like that are you?” “Why not?” God replied. “Who’s he going to tell?”
It will work this time for sure
Two deer hunters hired a pilot to take them way back into the forest. After the hunt, the pilot returned and saw that they shot six deer. “The plane won’t carry six deer, you’ll have to leave two of them,” said the pilot, trying to be friendly. Unwilling to leave their dead deer, the hunters said: “We got six on the plane last year.” The pilot gave in, and just five minutes after takeoff the plane crashed into the forest. Lucky to be alive, one of the hunters said, “Any idea where we are?” The second hunter said, “Yeah, right about where our plane went down last year.”
Here is your sign
A deer hunter just messed up another hunt. This happened to him more times than he could count. He would spot a buck, take careful aim, fire, and miss. He would sneak up close just to get busted and watch the deer run away. He would sneeze just as the buck came into range. He would fall asleep on the stand, waking in time to watch a giant buck scamper away. Frustrated, he complained to his hunting buddies: “Everything that happens to guys that don’t know how to hunt keeps happening to me!” he said.
That’s not how it works
Two deer hunters were not having any luck so they asked for advice from an old-timer. “You can just about guarantee a deer if you learn to hunt with dogs,” he said. The two hunters got a trained deer dog and hit the woods. At the end of the day and still empty-handed, one hunter said to the other, “Maybe tomorrow we’ll get one if we throw the dog out of a higher treestand.”