Got to go way down south with a couple buddies. Was an amazing experience. For as big as those suckers are, they are tough to kill. Very spooky.
Sunday evening: I put a stalk on a cow with the guide and she ended up running right in front of me. Unfortunately, her calf ran out right behind her and I didn't risk the shot. My buddy shot a couple pigs, and overall we saw close to 40 Nilgai. Just no good shot ops. One time my pal was off on a stalk and we literally had a stampede of over 30 bulls go right in front of us. Couldn't shoot because it was in same general direction of where my friend had disappeared into brush.
Killed a couple pigs.
Tons of action. My buddy shot a 500-lb bull, I shot a cow that we never recovered, saw some good deer. I shot a WT doe at the request of ranch manager. They still have quite a few to take for MLD.
We hunted Tuesday morning and my other buddy shot a cow. I put a good stalk on a bull but he never cleared the brush for me to shoot. The best came last though: I had a pair of young ocelots come out in the sendero about 50yards from me. At first I thought it was a bobcat. Then the long tail flipped up. Then I thought it was a young mountain lion, but it was too slight of build. Thought jaguarundi until I looked through scope and saw the pattern. Amazing to see in wild. Second one came out and ran straight through. They knew about this pair - their mother was killed by a car, but they didn't know if they had survived. Really cool.
Great time overall.