Discussion in 'Bowhunting Africa' started by zenbear, Feb 4, 2013.
I would agree. Check the size of the property, etc.
I have actually heard the exact same thing said about "wild" Buffalo. The staff push them down by the rivers the night before so they can be hunted.
Buffalo are cattle, they just happen to have an attitude at times.
When there is no shooting from vehicles the animals appear tame when you drive by. Get out and walk up on them in the bush and see what happens.
Check this video out.
The cameraman was certainly convinced the Buffalo were not tame.
There have been several charges on hunters that have been stopped at short range.
Did you shoot yours on Pongola? Or where?
Is it ok to cuss just once????
ban me if you must Jerome but I hate brick now. its official. He's an asshole!
I'd give my left and right nuts for that bull and both arms. and my first born and wife!
I'm begging Johan Calitz to pull quota from Tony Makris so I can hunt an Okavango buff and maybe get one like that on my elephant hunt this year. It doesn't look like I have a prayer so I guess I will just keep going back on buff hunts and keep passing on everything I see until one day when I'm 90 I can "maybe" shoot a buff like that. I decided a long time ago that my first buff will look like that or I won't shoot a buff at all.
Don't bother to email or pm anymore brick. Your dead to me now!
mmm the wife is included ...ok tony after meeting her:gorgeous: in reno at the drinks do i will keep my eye out for something the right size for you. you can keep the rest of your bits as i am feeling generous! :laughing::beer:
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