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  1. Let us know what you plan on hunting and there are plenty of people here willing to offer advice
  2. Being Vancouver I'd have thought you'd be spending more time on cougar's. Welcome aboard, be interested to hear about some of your hunts back home. Canada is high on my list of places to go. Almost did once, got access to hunt on a property in Manitoba until the game department informed me that even with permission to hunt on private land I wouldn't be able to without a guide. Go figure!
  3. And a good taste in whisky I surmise. Hunted Scotland once myself for roe buck, didn't manage to take one but is certainly a beautiful place. Welcome.
  4. G'day mate, Welcome to the site, Victoria is your best bet for diy hunting. For about $60 USD you can get a non resident license for deer, duck and quail. Prior to checking this forum just now I was looking at options for hunting aoudad next year, wondering if I can combine it with a whitetail hunt. Building points in WY myself but not ready to burn them yet. Those oryx tags in NM are hard to draw, love to hear about that and other hunts you have done. Happy to offer advice or lend a hand if need be over here anyway mate. GSP P.s. just finished reading Empire of the summer moon and currently reading Blood and Thunder. You texas boys are another breed of Americans altogether that's for sure!
  5. Love to hear some hunting stories about your time in SA.
  6. Welcome mate, There's a handful of you lucky buggers from up north here. Chuck some stories and pics up in the hunting section.
  7. Welcome, No worries, let me know where you are and I'll pop out and shoot a few of those goats to show you how it's all done! Haha I kid, but welcome any questions pop em in the forum plenty of helpful people around. I'm passionate about meat hunting and utilising animals we kill. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  8. It sure will be a shame to see South Africa go the way of other African countries. One day I'll do a hunt in Africa, probably wouldn't have been SA as I love free tange hunting but definitely not now, the list of places is just getting smaller. I think it's the pendulum swinging to the other extreme, australia feels like it's heading the same way sometimes. We're becoming very much a leftist nanny state. All the best mate I hope you can get your family out safe. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  9. Australia is not like SA in that the vast majority of people hunt diy in Australia. Mind you I can imagine SA isn't probably the place you want to stay with new laws being passed. I'd either look at working for a guide in new Zealand or if you come to Australia, consider something else. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  10. What breed of pooch do you have? Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  11. How long are you down in Australia for? You should start a thread of some of your hunts back home (especially the big game side of things) [emoji106]
  12. G'day all, 23 years old, live in vic, born and bred deer hunter. Main focus at the moment is training my gsp pup as my first gundog Cheers GSPhunter
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