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#7312416 - 01/14/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: captdavid]  
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Thought cow nilgai should be cheap too and no traveling expense? USed to be 300 bucks or so... probably double that by now though.


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#7312605 - 01/14/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: rost495]  
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I found a place that sells them for $600 Plus 250 guide fee. You arrive hunt the afternoon, no accomedations, if you don't get one you come back the next morning. Of course I could probably arrive early and hunt all day. still thats $850 for what could be an hour hunt. Where I elk hunt I can take a cow with two nites food and lodging for $900. capt david


"It's not how hard you hit 'em, it's where you hit 'em." The 30-06 will, with the right bullet, successfully take any game animal in North America up to 300yds.

If you are a hunter, and farther than that, get closer!
#7312613 - 01/14/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: captdavid]  
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BRISTECD, do you take yours to Agelars? I've heard there's a place in Raymondville, do you know anything about it?


"It's not how hard you hit 'em, it's where you hit 'em." The 30-06 will, with the right bullet, successfully take any game animal in North America up to 300yds.

If you are a hunter, and farther than that, get closer!
#7312811 - 01/14/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: captdavid]  
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Originally Posted by captdavid
BRISTECD, do you take yours to Agelars? I've heard there's a place in Raymondville, do you know anything about it?

Ha, nope. I don't allow any processor in the Valley to touch any animal of mine anymore, including Agulars, because I have had too many bad experiences. I do my own from start to finish. If I want sausage, I do that myself too! I would like to see your FN7x57 sometime as I own two commercial FN 7x57s.


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#7313022 - 01/14/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: captdavid]  
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Originally Posted by captdavid
I found a place that sells them for $600 Plus 250 guide fee. You arrive hunt the afternoon, no accomedations, if you don't get one you come back the next morning. Of course I could probably arrive early and hunt all day. still thats $850 for what could be an hour hunt. Where I elk hunt I can take a cow with two nites food and lodging for $900. capt david


FEES! BRISTECD DON'T PAY NO STINKING FEES!

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#7313208 - 01/14/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: KMS]  
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Originally Posted by KMS
Originally Posted by captdavid
I found a place that sells them for $600 Plus 250 guide fee. You arrive hunt the afternoon, no accomedations, if you don't get one you come back the next morning. Of course I could probably arrive early and hunt all day. still thats $850 for what could be an hour hunt. Where I elk hunt I can take a cow with two nites food and lodging for $900. capt david


FEES! BRISTECD DON'T PAY NO STINKING FEES!

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Hey now, it may be free, but it's still work! I think I chipped a nail loading him into the truck and look at the hours it will take me to cut it up and grind the burger and stew meat, then package it all. It'll cost $20-$30 dollars at least for wrapping paper and vacuum bags!


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#7313387 - 01/14/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: BRISTECD]  
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Vaccum bags are like printer ink. They could give you the vaccum sealer 'cause they must make a ton on the bags! capt david


"It's not how hard you hit 'em, it's where you hit 'em." The 30-06 will, with the right bullet, successfully take any game animal in North America up to 300yds.

If you are a hunter, and farther than that, get closer!
#7319507 - 01/16/13 Re: Nilgai bull on the ground this evening! [Re: BRISTECD]  
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Well it would must be a good experience of yours to have in..Very well to read out all the replies made by the members and it is good for me to know about them..

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