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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: snake oil] #7074832 02/11/18 11:18 PM
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I guess I am a little biased but these are my favorites.


What is this?


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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: EddieWalker] #7075254 02/12/18 01:03 PM
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I guess I am a little biased but these are my favorites.


Do you have to put hay or alfalfa out for them in the winter?
No, not the males like this. The females are in about a 20 acre trap so I do feed them alfalfa during the winter.

Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7075310 02/12/18 02:03 PM
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My favorite exotic is probably the aoudad.

Love those things

2nd are axis or Sika.

Mouflon are a 3rd


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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7083768 02/18/18 09:03 PM
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My favorite would be Bongo. I have not killed one yet, but it would look great on a pedestal. So far I have killed Nilgai, Scimitar Oryx and Blackbuck, out of those three my favorite is definately the Scimitar.

Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7378296 12/16/18 04:19 PM
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This is a tough one. But if I had to chose one it would be Axis. Beautiful animal and great eating.

Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7378414 12/16/18 07:26 PM
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Another Axis [Linked Image]


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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: don k] #7378415 12/16/18 07:28 PM
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Originally Posted by don k
[Linked Image]I guess I am a little biased but these are my favorites.


Beautiful animal Don!


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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7378745 12/17/18 02:12 AM
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Axis without a doubt.

I could probably live on Axis and Sandhill Crane as my only protein sources.

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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7379084 12/17/18 03:42 PM
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Blackbuck...


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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7379167 12/17/18 05:11 PM
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Free range aoudad and axis for me. HF "hunts" for African game and elk is not for me , and neither is the beyond ridiculous pricing the HF TX outfitters charge.

Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: Eland Slayer] #7381105 12/19/18 05:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Eland Slayer
Eland have always been my favorite (I know imagine that)....but I am in the minority I'm afraid.



Eland was my funnest hunt in South Africa we chased the crap out if them for 2 days, their suprisingly graceful for their size, they were also the best eating their.

Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7385029 12/23/18 01:53 PM
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Kudu and Bushbuck. Anything in South Africa.

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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: Jgraider] #7385434 12/24/18 12:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Jgraider
Free range aoudad and axis for me. HF "hunts" for African game and elk is not for me , and neither is the beyond ridiculous pricing the HF TX outfitters charge.



agree J,


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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: STXHO] #7386954 12/26/18 01:19 PM
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Red Sheep for me....I have been addicted for years!!


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Re: What Is Your Favorite? [Re: EddieWalker] #7388370 12/28/18 02:51 AM
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Originally Posted by EddieWalker
Axis is number one. Great eating, beautiful capes and amazing antlers. They are also fairly affordable, and when you are in a place that has a lot of them, it's an amazing time looking for the best one!!!



Second that!

Axis first
Mouflon
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Blackbuck for me. Pretty animals and really good eating.


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