In hunting camps people often form traditons, customs or general things that are done with a symbolic meaning. Same as a first car for a new driver, a first date, first beer, first buck, ect. In reference to that -what do you do in your hunting camp traditonally or that you consider a right of passage?
For example, the last load of meat hauled out of the field being the rack or trophy portion of the harvest -must be carried out by the person who shot the animal. That is one of mine. It shows you earned the animal, you deserve the trophy if you can get that huge rack (sometimes quite heavy) out of the forest. Your already exhausted and it's something you'll never forget, so we make it memoriable.
Another is the new guy in camp some how always goes home and ends up discovering he got something extra. When he opens one of his game bags he will realize that part of his portion of the meat included evidence of sex attached. A couple of comments made before hand will start to sink in and lets just say we have fun with that.
Do you have any traditions that you will share? Funny ones? Serious ones? What do they mean? or is no explaination necessary!