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#5795505 - 06/18/15 06:24 PM what breed of ram or ewe
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Is the best table fare? Dont have alot of money to blow but have noticed a few decent deals. Wanting to put my fiancee on her first kill. Shes interested in somethin with horns or somethin "pretty" but i need to eat. I bought her a rifle and she has been shooting at the range probably half a dozen times since Christmas and says shes ready

Or maybe an axis doe?
food
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#5795805 - 06/18/15 09:05 PM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rickym]
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axis doe all the way...

meat is awesome, and you dont have to spring for a $500 taxi bill.
instead just tan the hide for her as a trophy and that will be $100 to $150 and you have a nice hide to display.
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#5795822 - 06/18/15 09:18 PM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rsquared]
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Originally Posted By: rsquared
axis doe all the way...

meat is awesome, and you dont have to spring for a $500 taxi bill.
instead just tan the hide for her as a trophy and that will be $100 to $150 and you have a nice hide to display.

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#5795904 - 06/18/15 10:04 PM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rickym]
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Can this be done for around $400 or under?
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#5795972 - 06/18/15 11:00 PM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rickym]
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Most Axis does are $300 to $350 for a day hunt so yes it can be done for under $400 unless
you will be needing lodging and some places charge a daily guide fee too.
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#5795986 - 06/18/15 11:08 PM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rickym]
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Will need lodging of sorts for a night as i doubt we will make the trip, harvest and clean then drive back to houston in a day. But could see a fairly inexpensive hotel being in route on the way home.
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#5796095 - 06/19/15 05:08 AM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rickym]
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#5796104 - 06/19/15 05:56 AM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rickym]
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Maybe you could consider tanning that axis hide? Beautiful and makes a nice trophy to remember the occasion... up
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#5796389 - 06/19/15 10:07 AM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: Chief Joe]
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Originally Posted By: Chief Joe
Maybe you could consider tanning that axis hide? Beautiful and makes a nice trophy to remember the occasion... up

A hide can be frozen and tanned later if immediate cash is an issue.
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#5796391 - 06/19/15 10:08 AM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: rickym]
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I haven't seen Bennie from Eagle Lake Exotics on lately but that could be done as a day.
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#5796772 - 06/19/15 03:08 PM Re: what breed of ram or ewe [Re: stxranchman]
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Originally Posted By: rsquared
axis doe all the way...

meat is awesome, and you dont have to spring for a $500 taxi bill.
instead just tan the hide for her as a trophy and that will be $100 to $150 and you have a nice hide to display.

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