A Michigan deer camp is not complete without laughs. If you are new to a deer camp this year, here are a few jokes you can use to share at camp.

Six Deer:

A couple of deer hunters were hunting deep in the woods. So deep they needed to hire a pilot to take them to deer camp. At the end of the hunt, the pilot returned and saw they shot six deer. The pilot said, "the plane won't carry six deer, you will have to leave two behind." The hunters told the pilot they got six deer on the plane last year. The pilot said, "ok, load them up." A few minutes into the flight the plane crashed into the forest. The hunters and pilot survived the crash. One of the hunters said, "Any idea where we are?" The second hunter replied, "yeah, right about where our plane went down last year."

Looking at the Stars:

A pair of hunters at deer camp woke up in the middle of the night. One hunter said to the other hunter, "Look at the stars, aren't they beautiful"? The other hunter said, "Yes, but what do you think happened to our tent?"

Bragging Camp:

Deer hunters, like fishermen, like to exaggerate the size of their game. On hunter was talking at deer camp about his biggest, baddest, heaviest deer he had shot the day before. The hunter said, "That deer has enough meat to feed the family for the whole year." After the hunter finished that statement, a DNR officer handed the man a $500 ticket for hunting without the proper tag. Then the hunter says, "Five hundred dollars? For that mangy, skinny, stubby, half-pint deer?"

Hunter Advice:

A pair of deers hunters came back to camp empty-handed and out of their frustration, they thought they would ask the old timer for some advice. The old timer said, "You can just about guarantee a deer yourself a deer if you learn to hunt them with dogs." So the two hunters picked up a trained deer dog and went back out to the forest. The two hunters returned to camp empty-handed once again. One of the hunters looked at the other and said, "Maybe tomorrow we'll get one if we throw the dog out of a higher treestand."

A Group Of Hunters At Deer Camp:

All the hunters at deer camp decided they would be able to cover more areas by hunting in pairs. After the evening hunt, one of the hunters returned to camp dragging a deer along. One of the hunters said, "Where's Dave your hunting partner?" The hunter said, "Dave passed out a couple of miles back." The group said, "You left Dave behind to bring your deer back?" The hunter said, "I figured no one is going to steal Dave."

Taking the Wife Hunting:

A hunter took his wife deer hunting for the first time. The couple was not having any luck, so the man's wife had the idea that she would chase the deer toward her husband so he could bag a buck. Unfortunately, the man ended up shooting his wife dead the first time she tried running the deer. Years later, the same hunter brings his new wife hunting and she suggested the same plan as his dead wife. The hunter told his new wife, "No No No...the last time I tried that it took me all day to get a deer."

Take A Hike:

A father returned from deer hunting camp after being gone for a week and noticed his son was riding a brand new mountain bike. He asked his son, "Hey, where did you get the money to buy that new bike? The son answered and said, "I earned by hiking." The boy's dad said, "Come on son, tell me the truth." The son replied, "That is the truth! Every night that you were gone, Mr. Williams from the hardware store would come over to see mom, and each time he'd give me a $20 bill tell me to go take a hike!"

Where Am I?:

Two hunters meet up in the woods from different directions. The first hunter says to the other hunter, "Thank God I ran into you, I've been lost for hours." The second hunter replies, "That's nothing, I've been lost for days."

Nuts About Hunting:

Two buddies head out to deer hunt. Mike has never deer hunted before while his buddy Jeff has hunted his whole life. When the two enter the woods, Jeff tells Mike to sit by a tree and not make a sound while he checks out a deer stand. Jeff gets about a half-mile away and hears Mike give out a blood-curdling scream. Jeff runs back to where Mike is and said, "I told you to be quiet!" Mike said, "I tried. I really did. When those snakes crawled over me, I didn't make a sound. When that bear was breathing down my neck, I didn't make a peep. But when those two chipmunks crawled up my pants leg and said, 'Should we take them with us or eat them here?' I couldn't keep quiet anymore."

Deer Dragging:

A pair of inexperienced hunters were their deer back to their truck one day when a more experienced hunter came walking along dragging his deer. The experienced hunter watched the two men for a second then said, "I don't want to tell you how to do something but I can tell you it's much easier if you drag the deer in the other direction. That way the deer horns won't dig in the ground and get caught on stuff." The two inexperienced hunters talked about it for a second then one of them said, "You know, that guy was right, this is a lot easier." The second inexperienced hunter said, "Yeah, but we're getting farther and farther away from the truck."

I hope you get a few laughs out of these at your deer camp. Good luck.

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