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Published on Nov 25, 2007

How Truck Hunters Hunt for Wildlife. They ride up and down the road hunting from the window of their vehicle which is illegal here in North Carolina. It's illegal to shoot from a vehicle in North Carolina and the rules vary from county to county. Although this guy didn't shoot you could tell he was truck hunting by cruising dirt roads (like the one in this video) late in the afternoon when deer are more likely to be out in fields close to the road where they would be an easy target.

In this video, I am filming does approximately 400 yards from the dirt road the truck is seen driving on. The driver obviously didn't even notice the deer at that far a distance. The camera has a 20x lens which makes it seem the truck is closer than it actually is.

I never intended for this video to ever become this popular. I am telling you that I know this guy as a local and I am telling you he was cruising the dirt roads hunting from his vehicle although he is not seen doing anything wrong in this video it doesn't mean he couldn't have broken the law that very afternoon a mile away from where I was hunting?

The reason I created this video was to show how lazy a way of hunting it is unless you are somehow handicapped. It is an unethical way of hunting and it is also dangerous for near by motorists, residents, and fellow sportsmen in the woods. It is always safer to hunt from an elevated platform to angle your shot downwards rather than parrallel ie landscape which has a tendency to travel a long way.

I am sorry if you feel like this video stole time from your life or bored you to tears.

It makes me want to become a game warden so I can set up a dummy deer close to the road and then bust them when they shoot at it... lol


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