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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyblown View Post
    I'd prefer to go back the 1990s and carry on the hunt for oulike kugels, mooi plaas meisies en die baas se sekretaresse!
    Back to the 70's and hunt the bad okies with a sjambok...and also keep an eye out for the plaas meisies for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve123 View Post
    Springbok- because
    Zebra - curious as to what they taste like
    Gnu- all the other animals on that Seringetti programme go hard on eating them so why not me.
    Buffalo- because I'm greedy and want 4. Be good steak I reckon.
    Any saffers know what the above taste like

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    1) Tender but springy. 2)Like a donkey. Same even when you boil the stripes off. 3)Gnu only for young lions with good teeth 4) Hunting boots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve123 View Post
    Springbok- because
    Zebra - curious as to what they taste like
    Gnu- all the other animals on that Seringetti programme go hard on eating them so why not me.
    Buffalo- because I'm greedy and want 4. Be good steak I reckon.
    Any saffers know what the above taste like

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    Tried them all. Springbok or as biltong in a stew is good. Buff biltong is great. Gnu (that's wildebeest to you!) is Okay. Zebra... Meh. It is mostly down to how the meat is handled, and the recipe.

    Try warthog, kudu, nyala in any order.

    My choice of animals would be oryx /gemsbok, kudu and eland or Cape buffalo tied for third spot.

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    Buff, Gemsbok & warthog
    Shut up, get out & start pushing!

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    Elephant is actually really good. Tried it in Zambia. Was crop raiding one.
    It's all fun and games till Darthvader comes along
    I respect your beliefs but don't impose them on me.

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    Cape buff
    One of the big antelope-not sure about which one, probably Kudu.
    then leopard/lion. More likely lion.
    haven't done it because I cant afford it and cant see it happening anytime soon either.
    Also not getting out shooting enough to be good enough when it counts either.
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    Kudu. They are the ultimate antelope. Gemsbok. They are stunning. After that Springbok or Impala. Or Buffalo. If you can afford them. They are all Africa
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    Kudu
    Gemsbok
    Njala
    Impala
    Springbok
    Eland
    Warthog
    Bushpig

    All doable for reasonable money, then if you want to spend a bit more:
    Sable
    Roan
    Buffalo
    Leopard
    Lion

    Stupid money would cover stuff like
    Lord Derby Eland
    Bongo
    Lesser kudu
    Elephant

    And thats not even scratching the surface. The great thing about Africa is all the different species
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hendrik470 View Post
    Kudu
    Gemsbok
    Njala
    Impala
    Springbok
    Eland
    Warthog
    Bushpig

    All doable for reasonable money, then if you want to spend a bit more:
    Sable
    Roan
    Buffalo
    Leopard
    Lion

    Stupid money would cover stuff like
    Lord Derby Eland
    Bongo
    Lesser kudu
    Elephant

    And thats not even scratching the surface. The great thing about Africa is all the different species
    I think our version of 'a bit more money' is quite different

 

 

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