I've got one. Although the story doesn't involve an actual hunt, it happened at Turkey camp and is a real hoot nonetheless...
My father has always been one to stretch the truth a little and as he's gotten older his ability to embellish has kept pace. He is now 75. Our Missouri camp is four guys, two fifth wheel trailers and the farmer lets us use a very nice pole barn for base camp at the lease. It has a full service bathroom with hot and cold running water and a shower. Other than that, your basic large pole barn.
A couple years ago during hunt week, we met a friend of my father's for dinner (I'll call him Tom). His friend's lease was a couple hours farther south so we met at a restaurant that was halfway. During dinner, Tom asked "what kind of place do you have at your lease?" Dad replied, "Oh you should see it, it's just like a KOA campground...showers, a kitchenette, washer and dryer." Jack, Bob and I all just looked at each incredulously, each of us thinking to himself, why does he do this? Just because he knows Tom will probably never see our camp?
When we got back to camp that night, we ended up playing cards in Jack's trailer where I bunked. At the end of the night, Dad forgot his camo hat and left it on a doorknob in our trailer. The next morning, Jack, Bob and I were all having breakfast at 5:00 a.m. when Dad burst in and demands, "Who's got my hat?" Without a moment's hesitation, Jack says, "Did you check the washer and dryer?" OMG. You could have heard us howling on the next ridge as we spit up coffee and high fived each other across the table. Dad never said a word as he snatched his hat off the doorknob and slammed the door behind him.
In all the years we have hunted together, it's the only time I've ever seen Dad go to the woods without so much as a sip of coffee, let alone a donut or something. By that afternoon he was able to see the humor in the situation and how he set himself up for it.
Still gettin' a lot of mileage out of that one...
"The joy of living is his, who has the heart to demand it." Teddy Roosevelt