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Northern Indian Res? - Bison? #5454558 12/02/14 11:23 PM
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Has anyone ever hunted one or some of the northern Indian Reservations? 'Looking for a Bison hunt as free range as possible. I know the animal isn't a real big challenge, but I've always thought it'd be a neat experience. I know I won't exactly make "life-long friends" with the guide, but I'd still like to experience it. I also know that you don't automatically get the "whole" animal without buying the meat separately, etc. I saw a table and a couple of guys at the Dallas Safari Club show a couple of years ago, Blackfeet or Crow I think, but that was during my first loop on Saturday morning and then they were MIA the rest of the weekend.

Thanks in advance for your help.


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Re: Northern Indian Res? - Bison? [Re: Creekrunner] #5455016 12/03/14 02:25 AM
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This looks like a pretty good resource for tribal hunts.
http://itbcbuffalo.com/node/31


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Re: Northern Indian Res? - Bison? [Re: Creekrunner] #5455179 12/03/14 03:36 AM
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My friend had some buffalo on his ranch here and when they sold it a few years ago, the new owner wanted them off. An Indian tribe from up north used a heli and loaded them up. Would be funny to shoot a S. Tex buffalo in Montana. I got some pics of them right before they sold it.

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