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    Default Dream Hunt

    Ok guys if you could go anywhere in the world and hunt anything what would it be?


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    I would still prefer southern ohio white tail. I have good friend that would like to bow hunt gators in florida sounds cool too.

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    I would have to say Alberta for those giant whitetails. Nothing sounds better than sitting in a stand for 10-12 hrs in 25 deg. below zero temps. Am I sick??
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    Is there a place on earth that they have mule deer, whitetails, and caribu?
    Now that would be heaven. My dream though is a trophy class mule deer. Also would like to spot and stalk it w/the bow if at all possible.
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    My top 4 would be

    Elephant
    Elk
    Moose
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    I would say Elephant and probley moose would be on top 2. WIth Elk being in last.
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    Default Elephant WOW!!!!

    Now that would be an awesome hunt there. I would need to up my poundage a little. Or would 70# penetrate an elephant????? Oh well I hope you all get to go on these dream hunts.


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    I think 70lb would penetrate an elephant, but I know most guys use like 100lb, or 90lb, and stuff. Not exactly sure what the laws are on it, I know some things in Africa require 90lbs to legally hunt. BUt whatever the law says, I've no doubt that 70lbs would take one down.
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    Dream hunt, tough call. Some friends went to Africa last July and that sounds really cool. However, I think moose is something I would like to try with a bow.
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    I seen somewhere on a poll that moose was the hardest animal to bowhunt. Odd huh? You'd think those big boys would be easy. I think whitetail got 3rd, and rabbit 2nd.
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