I've been an avid hunter & fisherman for over three decades and have taken my share of game and fish. At best, I'm only "fair" in my efforts to fill a game bag or creel but I enjoy the sport, none the less. I've observed a behavior over the years that continues to puzzle me and I am wondering if any of you guys have seen the same behavior from some outdoorsmen. Its not exactly what I'd call common but every once in a while I'll run into a very good hunter or fisherman who exagerates his accomplishments to the point of absurdity. I've probably met 5 or 6 of these guys over the last 30 years but I don't go looking for them. They seem to be pretty normal otherwise but insist on telling ridiculous stories about their abilities...and they are perfectly serious. I don't mean just tall tales, either- hell, we all exagerate sometimes--I mean full-blown lies they tell with a straight face. Example: One very skillful, successful hunter told me that he had killed 500 deer in ten years off of a particular property that I know hasn't seen a total of 500 deer in the last 100 years. He said it with a straight face fully expecting me to believe him. (What would you do with 50 deer per year?!!) That is just one incident of many that finally resulted in me steering clear of this guy. Funny thing is, his real accomplishments were very impressive without any lying. Have any of you guys run into one of these characters?