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shedhunta
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Wow. Awesome trip!!!!

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Basinboy
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Man what a trip!!!!!! Congrats

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Palmer Longbow 47#@26" 62" amo
Zona T/D Recurve 52@26" 58" amo
Zona T/D Recurve 46#@26" 60" amo

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stujay
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Congrats to you on [archer] your successful hunt
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jonsimoneau
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I just noticed this. Outstanding Bisch! If you don't mind my asking, what outfitter were you hunting with? A blind called "brick house" sounds very familiar to me. Great job. Memories to last a lifetime!
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jonsimoneau
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Oops sorry. Just noticed you posted the name of the outfitter in the beginning. I have not been there so there must be more than one place with a blind called "brick house".
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Bisch
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quote:
Originally posted by jonsimoneau:
I just noticed this. Outstanding Bisch! If you don't mind my asking, what outfitter were you hunting with? A blind called "brick house" sounds very familiar to me. Great job. Memories to last a lifetime!

Matsuri Safaris

Bisch

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TooManyHobbies
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Congrats Bisch. Sounds like a blast. I hope you have big walls, you're gonna need them.

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Cyclic-Rivers
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Cool Stuff Bisch. You did all that with a 50 lb bow... Thats what I like to hear because so many people think you need 100 zillion lbs of draw weight to kill African critters.

WEll done, Excellent trip.

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Bisch
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quote:
Originally posted by Cyclic-Rivers:
Cool Stuff Bisch. You did all that with a 50 lb bow... Thats what I like to hear because so many people think you need 100 zillion lbs of draw weight to kill African critters.

WEll done, Excellent trip.

Charlie, there are a few African critters you need some extra oomph for; any of the big cats, cape buffalo, elephant, hippo, probably giraffe. I would not dare hunt any of those with my setups! Most all the other plains game animals are not any different than animals here.

Thanks guys!

Bisch

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J-dog
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Just awesome Bisch. Yes those Impalas can pull some maneuvers that would boggle Einstein's mind.

If I get back I would go back just for ONE Nyala. they are awesome critters.

J

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hitman
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Great job Bisch on a fantastic hunt. Lots of great trophies to be proud of.

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Black Widow PSAX RH 58" 47#@28
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absolutely amazing!

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Joe Ashton,D.C.
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Fritz
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Good stuff, Bisch! Congrats on a great trip and beautiful critters!

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God is good, all the time!!!

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You're a machine my friend! I don't think I own that many arrows!! (we all know that's not true)
Fantastic! Can't wait to see pics of mounts!

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2 Samuel 22:35

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Flatshooter
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Way to go Bisch!!! You have some fantastic animals there for sure. Hunting elk with my son in CO. this year but Africa is definitely on my short list!!! Great pics by the way!!
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