Photo Gallery: Hunting and Fishing Tattoos, Part II

Randall Cook

Randall Cook

While in the army, stationed in Kansas, Randall got this tat to reflect his belief in the second amendment.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Edward DePoe

Edward DePoe

After getting the deer head, Edward added the Winchester slogan believing that it is the premier ammo company.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Tom Detrick

Tom Detrick

The Nuge saw Tom's ink at an airport and called his Browning Buckmark and DU logo "hardcore." Quite a compliment.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Freddy Green

Freddy Green

This scene is supposed to depict the view from a tent at first light. Freddy says there are 48 colors in the whole muralOutdoor Life Online Editor
Rob Harris

Rob Harris

Rob and his wife Nancy have been hunting together since they met, and have matching elk tattoos to show their dedication.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Nancy Harris

Nancy Harris

Along with her husband's European mount tattoos, Nancy decided to get this portrait of an elk bugling.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Rustin Hatch

Rustin Hatch

Tired of his wife nagging him for not bringing home any keepers from steelhead fishing, Rustin had this one put on his leg. Now he always comes back with a fish.Outdoor Life Online Editor
William Powers

William Powers

As an avid smallmouth fisherman, William decided to get a tribal fish tattoo along with a hook/wave motif on his right arm.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Fred Palcovich

Fred Palcovich

After breaking his leg on a turkey hunt, Fred dealt with his frustration by getting some ink. By the way, check out his beard collection in the background!Outdoor Life Online Editor
Speed Rasmussen

Speed Rasmussen

The mallard is Speed's favorite duck, both to hunt and to eat. He needed this ink as a reminder for the off-season.Outdoor Life Online Editor
David Ronning

David Ronning

When you shoot a buck that scores 140-1/8 typical, why not get a tattoo as homage to that heavy-tined brute?Outdoor Life Online Editor