Me? I'm one of those guys who should take an eye exam before buying my license.
Here's what I do: after I break two or three legs on a deer, and then chase it down for some finishing shots, I salvage the meat that's not blood shot too badly, and put it though the grinder. Then, I look around and if I can find the antlers I cut them off and hang them on the wall with a big sign hanging from the rack that carries all the vital statistics (what gun, how many shots, where killed, height, weight, cup size, date, time) in 72-point type.
I'd post a picture if I could see it through the camera viewfinder.
(Seriously, I don't put anything on them, but that's not to say I never would.)
When the Everyday Hunter
isn't hunting, he's thinking about hunting, talking about hunting, dreaming about hunting, writing about hunting, or wishing he were hunting.