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Alpine Spring Sambar Hunting
Nov 11th, 2017 at 4:24pm
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Well Gday You Blokes, loving all your Alpine hunting reports for the Reds and Tahrys , I've jus got back home an hosed from a good week in the mountains, a 3 day back pack hike hunt and some fishing ended a good week.
Heres a pictorial from the Hunt, a brief show case of the Adventure, there will be Several YouTube videos from myself and the other bloke, he loves makin vids.. stay tuned for that one!
Alpine National Park, Victoria


Wallow system


older Calf, 1.5 years


Mature Hind


Sunsetting on Tops


hope yas enjoyed the cheeky glimpse of what I call 'kings country' Cheesy:D  Cheesy Cheesy Grin Grin

Keen to catch yas on those big cliffs one day Wink cheers
Rhys
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Re: Alpine Spring Sambar Hunting
Reply #1 - Nov 11th, 2017 at 9:53pm
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Good stuff. Nice stag, would love to chase Aussie samabar one day.
  
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stug wrote on Nov 11th, 2017 at 9:53pm:
Good stuff. Nice stag, would love to chase Aussie samabar one day.



Stug, Appreciate the Reply mate!
  
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Re: Alpine Spring Sambar Hunting
Reply #3 - Nov 13th, 2017 at 11:02am
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choysa Cool
  

It is much better to Hit the Animal in the right place, with a Rifle you can shoot well, then to hit it poorly with a Large Calibre..John Nosler
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