several....a steelhead sticker so I can be super duper cool (it's getting pretty faded, so it'll come off soon), a "glass is not dead" one, a fly, a Broncos sticker (I snuck one onto my wife's car as well), a Metallica sticker (just the ninja star logo), and a couple of brewery stickers....had a Pebble Mine sticker, but it faded too much so I cleaned it off. they only go on the glass to facilitate easy removal.
None and for a good reason. There are some fishing spots on the Willamette and McKenzie where you are required to park in fairly remote areas.
These areas are sometimes targeted by druggies looking for something to steal and sell. They like stealing flyfishing gear.
Therefore, it is not a good idea to advertise that you are into flyfishing and give the creeps an incentive to stop and check out your rig when they spot the stickers. Even if you hide what gear you have remaining in the vehicle so it can't be seen from the outside, the fact that you are parked near a river and have flyfishing stickers on your vehicle can be enough to induce the crooks to break in and take a closer look around.
Even if you left nothing in your rig, the flyfishing stickers can be enough to cause a break in.
I have a few on my main fishing vehicle.
I haven't washed it in something like six year, so it is rather toxic looking.
It needs to be upgraded soon so I was hoping the stickers would attract someone who might speed up the replacement process.
I guess I should start fishing the Cedar and upper Sky again.