Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby njhuntingguide » Fri Jan 30, 2015 2:11 am

rr79 this is a little piece of my game room.
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby Meatonstick » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:27 am

Africa hunting doesn't really interest me. Too much stuff here in the us I want to go after. I can't afford Africa either. Lol. Nice collection thougg
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby SJWarrior » Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:49 am

Out of curiosity what happens next after these pics? You cut the heads off and somehow ship them home ? What happens to all the meat? Does it at least pass to natives of the area to be used for food or wasted just for sake of the trophy kill ?
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby longbeard56 » Fri Jan 30, 2015 10:36 am

Would like to hunt a Dagga Boy! Maybe someday.


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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby rr79 » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:09 am

Got any big red stag? I need a elk with bow, mule deer with bow, stag would be cool.
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby njhuntingguide » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:36 am

Sjwarrior the guy in Namiba was selling the meat and I had him cook me up some of the stuff i shot. Was all really good. The best eating was kudo,eland, and hippo.
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby njhuntingguide » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:11 pm

Meatonstick Africa alot cheaper then US I think. I shot 10 animals on this trip and fishing on a boat for 3 days in the ocean and it only cost 7000 dollars for 10 day trip thats with airport pickup, lodging, food, laundry, etc. The plane ticket from USA to Africa was 1100 round trip.

Now if u got a charter fishing trip in NJ with just you for 3 days that would be 1800 dollars
Ok then u go hunt elk in new mexico say a outfitter going to charge u 4000 for 6 day hunt plane ticket 400 dollars and the lic is 750 dollars if u draw the tag and 3oo dollar airport pickup or car rent. If u dont draw the tag and u got to buy a land owner tag its going to cost u a exaxter 5000 dollars. Then on top of that you only got a 40% change of killing a bull and a 10% its going be big. Plus the service sucks . 10 USA Big Game animal would cost 10 times more and probly take u 2 to 3 months to kill them all. Just the lic alone for 10 animals in USA would cost around 7000. Plus trying to draw tags in USA sucks . I been putting in for my elk,moose and big horn tags for 6 years now and still didnt draw. Then when you do draw they still charge u a ton for the lic
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby njhuntingguide » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:21 pm

Longbeard56 they look fun i wouldnt do it in south africa. They raise them like cattle there. For the real deal u got to go north. I was suppose to hunt them in a park in namiba but when i got there they close the buffalo hunt so i change my hunt to hippo and croc .
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby njhuntingguide » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:44 pm

rr79 I kill 2 red stags one in texas and one in maine . Probly going to book new zealand at the harrisburg show this year. I really like to get a monster stag over 400". I did my mule deer hunt in Colordo was super easy hunt last it 25 minute but i drew a tag thats really hard to get. My elk hunt i did in new mexico wasnt that easy but i got the job done. Elk hunting very fun with a bow if u go sep 10th to the 25th thats the rut. If u go before that your just sitting over water
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Re: Hunting and Fishing Namiba

Unread postby Phillyarcher » Sat Jan 31, 2015 9:37 am

Yeah the trips are pretty cheap, but to get your game back I heard it is very expensive. Nice looking animals. Especially the tigeress in the game room that looks like a good animal to mount.
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