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Texas Nilgai

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Unread 03-27-2006, 08:27 AM
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Re: Texas Nilgai

Here's a picture Ian forwarded to me. (I hope its okay to post.)

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Unread 03-27-2006, 09:41 AM
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Re: Texas Nilgai

Thanks Dave, that was a very old bull, you could see every rib and his teeth were about gone. Partner took one a lot longer but not as heavy bases. I got the bullet back from this one, a T/C Shockwave in 250 grain that still weighed 92%. We crawled in among a herd in the mesquite, all I could see was lower legs of the bulls at 20-25 yards and two big old hogs came over to check us out, one decided to have a snooze right near where we were snoopin' and poopin'. Much more to the story, will unfold in American Hunter - I did the ultimate muzzleloading NO-NO...

Just a great time, fine guys to hunt with, tons of critters and perfect temps for us northerners - maybe in the high 50's and mid 60's most of the time.

Mike, we will be hunting the turkeys with shotguns and some new turkey ammo from Remington.
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