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    Default Re: Hunting season - best local trophies..??

    Now that we've established exactly what is required for this thread and deonh had cleared his daily quota of @ss-biting, send the measurements in & I'll keep a running score in the first post.

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    Default Re: Hunting season - best local trophies..??

    Quote Originally Posted by BoerBok
    and deonh had cleared his daily quota of @ss-biting
    Not quite done yet... what's a "tropie"?  ;D

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    Not quite done yet... what's a "tropie"? ;D
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    It is when the game that was shot were to small to be called a trophy. confused0083

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    Ok I'll go first
    On the 7th of May I was looking for some impala and I walked into a nice 27" BWB Bull grn1
    ......wich I just couldn't let go........(bit out of the budget,cause I already shot a small BWB bull the previous day)
    Later that afternoon I got my impala wich measured 19" small.....

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    Went hunting between Aberdeen & Jansenville last week. Friggin cold! I got 2 springbuck (not even worth mentioning) , and a Kudu cow (nice meat!) My son shot a Black Wildebeest bull with 28" horns after a nice stalk . Only felt the thorns afterwards.. ;D

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    Nice one guys! lv29
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    Default Re: Hunting season - best local trophies..??

    Quote Originally Posted by The Butcher
    I walked into a nice 27" BWB Bull grn1
    BWB = Blue or Black Wildebees?
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    Blue Wilde Bees...... grn1

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    Well,
    Just finished processing the Black Wildebeest. Weight of animal with head & skin: 105kgs. Carcass weight 77kgs after hanging in cool room for 4 days.
    Got about 30kg wors, 7 kgs mince, and about 8 kg biltong. Rumps and sirloins are in the chest freezer. Fox terrier sitting in front of biltong cupboard like that pooch on the old record labels (His Masters' Voice)
    Cutting up, deboning,cutting out sirloins & rumps ,slicing biltong, spicing, mincing the rest, mincing again & making sausage: from 09h00 to 15h00.
    Phew!
    Gues what's on the braai tonight... hpy180

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    Quote Originally Posted by THOMAST
    Well,
    Just finished processing the Black Wildebeest. Weight of animal with head & skin: 105kgs. Carcass weight 77kgs after hanging in cool room for 4 days.
    Got about 30kg wors, 7 kgs mince, and about 8 kg biltong. Rumps and sirloins are in the chest freezer. Fox terrier sitting in front of biltong cupboard like that pooch on the old record labels (His Masters' Voice)
    Cutting up, deboning,cutting out sirloins & rumps ,slicing biltong, spicing, mincing the rest, mincing again & making sausage: from 09h00 to 15h00.
    Phew!
    Gues what's on the braai tonight... hpy180
    Nice. Youre lucky, my JRT's can open cupboards, windows, doors, the fridge and the oven including the warming drawer. No biltong is safe.
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