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Benny Nganabbarru
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January's Gascoyne Region (Western Australia) feral goat hunt:

Tony Jensen, using a 55lb Hoyt Gamemaster
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Matt Wright, using a 70lb Black Widow PLX "Zebrawood"
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Benny Nganabbarru
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Me, using a 70lb Howard Hill Redman
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Me, with a 68lb Black Widow SAIII
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What a great hunt. You fellers almost have too much fun over there.

Todd

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Very cool pics and thanks for sharing. How do you guys cook a goat? We been known to barbecue one like a pig over here.

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LEOPARD
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Excellant kills Ben! Thanks for sharing! I can't wait to get over there and hunt some of those critters! [Wink] Well done mate! [thumbsup] [clapper]

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Great pics, hopefully I'll make it there someday. [thumbsup]

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Some dude with a stick and string chasing things.

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What a neat animal.
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awesome Ben congrats! those Goats are just awesome to hunt with the bow, Nige and i are gonna be out there September next year we should try meet up [campfire]

that Silvertip of your's cant be far of arriving in the land down under

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Hey Ben those are some great pictures, looks like you had an awesome hunt! Congrats!

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Ben. There is a snowstorm going on as I speak here in Nova Scotia. Man I envy you. Awesome pics and awesome goats for you and your friend.

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Benny Nganabbarru
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Thanks, lads!

Andy - the Silvertip should be getting closer! I'm stoked, because I've tracked down some wooden arrows to use! We should definitely meet-up when you and Nige are over (we'll see what the pigs are doing, eh?).

Cheers,

Ben

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Goat fest 2008 [goldtooth]

That my friends it to cool

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nice pics thanks
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Hi Ben, great pictures and thanks for sharing. That looks like heaps of fun. Were all those taken on the same hunt?

Do you ever have confrontations with any of the deadly snakes and spiders that abound on your big island?

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Sounds like a plan Ben ill give you a shout closser to the time and we'l sort something out, i really be up for that. You got any free time off in september [Smile]

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