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Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai #6922859
10/17/17 12:23 AM
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Drew for February Exotic. Never been south of Alice also. This will be an adventure. Totally unfamiliar with the Nilgai. Any input I'm all ears fellows.


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Re: Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai [Re: Brian C.] #6926610
10/20/17 10:34 AM
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Waiting on second draw for this. Good luck on the hunt. up

Re: Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai [Re: Brian C.] #6926612
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Waiting on second draw for this. Good luck on the hunt. up

Re: Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai [Re: Brian C.] #6926699
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Nilgai's look like giraffe's to me when they run. Two things I noticed is that they don't stop to look back when they run. They are gone. Second, they are determined not to fall so hit em hard and more than once.

Re: Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai [Re: Brian C.] #6927094
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Appreciate it. Hopefully there will still be a few still around when we make it down there.


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Re: Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai [Re: Brian C.] #6927393
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Drew for first hunt, archery, only interested in getting a Nilgai. Hopping for beginner's luck. Any recommendations appreciated. Will gladly pass onto those hunting later.


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Re: Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai [Re: Brian C.] #6929518
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Originally Posted By: Brian C.
Appreciate it. Hopefully there will still be a few still around when we make it down there.

There will be plenty, my lease borders the Teniete and there are plenty around. Find a good area and just stay put and sit all day. Someone might push one to you. Spot and stalk isnt really logical, its pretty thick in there and they'll see, hear, or smell you before you see them. Look for huge piles of poop-they use the same area regularly. February is a good month to hunt them, it falls under there rut.

Re: Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR - Teniente Nilgai [Re: Brian C.] #6930858
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Thanks magspa


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