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    Default Water Buffalo hunts

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    Herdsman Adventure Safaris have secured an elite concession within Arnhemland, Northern Australia. We have got Water Buffalo coming out of our ears & they are big, fast & mean.There is over 7000 Buffalo within our concession & there is not a fence in sight. Our main hunting method is to drive the Swamps in our Panther Airboat to get up close & personal with the rogue males. many of these animals have never seen humans or machinery before.We also boast some of the largest crocodiles in the world within the Swamps of our concession. Recently a 20ft beast with a 5 ft slide was seen but not captured...

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    how many thousands of $$$$$$$$$$$$ are we talking?
    Where would America be without the "gun totting redneck"?

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    We also boast some of the largest crocodiles in the world within the Swamps of our concession. Recently a 20ft beast with a 5 ft slide was seen but not captured...
    Dude and your asking me if I wanna hunt there? No thanks.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by herdsman View Post
    Do you wish to experience a hunt of a lifetime?
    Herdsman Adventure Safaris have secured an elite concession within Arnhemland, Northern Australia. We have got Water Buffalo coming out of our ears & they are big, fast & mean.There is over 7000 Buffalo within our concession & there is not a fence in sight. Our main hunting method is to drive the Swamps in our Panther Airboat to get up close & personal with the rogue males. many of these animals have never seen humans or machinery before.We also boast some of the largest crocodiles in the world within the Swamps of our concession. Recently a 20ft beast with a 5 ft slide was seen but not captured...
    Cool got pictures?

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    The croc's wont get ya, we give them a very wide berth. The most economical hunt is for 2 or more people. Costs around $7300US each including 1 Buffalo Bull Trophy, guides, meals , air conditioned accom, etc etc.

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    I could probably swing the 300. The 7000 no way.
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    Where can you hunt for $300 in pure wilderness??

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    Quote Originally Posted by herdsman View Post
    Where can you hunt for $300 in pure wilderness??
    Point taken. But I still can't come with the dough.
    Where would America be without the "gun totting redneck"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by herdsman View Post
    Where can you hunt for $300 in pure wilderness??

    Canada/Alaska

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    Oh and welcome to out world herdsman.
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    How much of a difference is there between your water buf and a cape buffalo you would see in Africa?
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    Quote Originally Posted by herdsman View Post
    The croc's wont get ya, we give them a very wide berth. The most economical hunt is for 2 or more people. Costs around $7300US each including 1 Buffalo Bull Trophy, guides, meals , air conditioned accom, etc etc.
    Wow we paid $1000 for our domesticated Water Buffolo Bull from a breeder here. And I can ride him. Just got to keep throwing him hay.
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    There is some for sale over here too. No size about there horns though!!
    Its not the cost of the Buffalo thats expensive its
    1. getting there
    2. Accomodating people in Arnhemland
    3. Feeding people in Arnhemland
    4. Insurance
    5. Vehicles
    6. Fuel

    Blah Blah blah

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    Quote Originally Posted by herdsman View Post
    There is some for sale over here too. No size about there horns though!!
    Its not the cost of the Buffalo thats expensive its
    1. getting there
    2. Accomodating people in Arnhemland
    3. Feeding people in Arnhemland
    4. Insurance
    5. Vehicles
    6. Fuel

    Blah Blah blah
    I hear you man. One day I will hunt Australia because I'm not to far away from there. I've been there twice already but first I got to hunt New Zealand for some Red Stag and Tar.

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