Female Hunter Harassed Online After Trophy Photo Goes Viral

Female Hunter Harassed Online After Trophy Photo Goes Viral [VIDEO]


It’s unfortunate when a hunter faces online harassment, like this Colorado woman did a year after her trophy photo was posted on Facebook.

The Denver news station CBS 4 reported on the cruel, hateful, and at times terrifying messages sent via online social media outlets and message boards towards the hunter, who is speaking out against her

Charisa Argys has hunted almost her entire life. It’s a family tradition, and one of her favorite pastimes. But, when a photo of her holding up a mountain lion she killed legally was posted to anti-huting social media groups, the firestorm of comments came down.

Allegedly the cyber bullying reached extreme levels, when Charisa’s full name, address and phone number were posted.


Here is a tame sampling of the comments:

“Let’s hunt her!”

“This ugly woman is an embarrassment and shame to all women around the world;”

“I hope she knows how much she’s hated. Male or female, I hope they all suffer horrible hunting accidents.”

In an average year, 13.7 million hunters participate in the sport, and 11% of them are female. Emerging female demographic markets in the outdoor gear industry are beginning to have large impacts. Still, for some reason, sportswomen who proudly display their hunting heritage are receiving more than their share of flak from anti-hunting groups.

If online commenters knew the full story, especially that Argys was hunting in a place where game management maintains the number of mountain lions, they may not have been so quick to spew their messages. If they knew how important hunting is to wildlife conservation efforts, they may have thought twice.

Unfortunately for Argys and plenty of other hunters who share their experiences publically, they didn’t.


  1. I find it inexcusable the way these non hunters bad mouth this young lady for doing what is only natural and necessary. First hunting is as normal as breathing and NO anti hunter or anti hunting organization has ever done anything close to what hunters have done for wildlife. see ( Pittman Robertson act ) .
    These people need a life other than trying to ruin someone elses. I applaud this young lady and her hunting ability. Keep up the good work.

  2. Anyone who supports this monster …who supports this violent, selfish, narcissistic, worthless human rubbish {with daddy issues}, who likes to murder God’s creation so she can pose over the rotting corpse with a toothy smile like a harlot & a tramp—has sociopathic issues as well.

  3. Jim I couldn’t have worded it better myself, and hahaha Dr. Miller do your research instead of sitting in the city, where you’ve probably never even seen a deer, and preach about how hunting is bad, I love out in the country, hunting is the way I put food on the table, just because you don’t have the need for it and think it’s “wrong” doesn’t give you the right to bad mouth her like that, people have hunted since the beginning of the world, it’s natural, I do agree there have been instances where men have over hunted, and personally I am against sport hunting, if your not going to 1. Eat it 2. Use it of some way 3. Or the animal posed a threat, it should not be killed, but hunting has its purposes, and is a way of life that I know hunters, and damn sure me, are not giving up on, ever

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