Canada vs. South of the boarder

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Canada vs. South of the boarder

Postby duxinaz » Wed Dec 19, 2012 4:26 pm

I am looking at doing a special hunt for my 50th. with 3-5 freinds, been looking at saskatchewan, mexico and south america. I hope you folks can help me narrow my search down. Here are a few of my concerns/ issues. went to los palamos in Mexico last year, hunting was okay but real scary with all the drug running, Argentina (i heard it's hard to get birds back for mounting) Uraguay, haven't heard a lot about. Canada, not shooting a lot of exotics. We are open to go almost anywhere. Looking for a good quality 5-7 day guided hunt at a fair price. THANKS
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Re: Canada vs. South of the boarder

Postby ducksbeware » Wed Dec 26, 2012 7:26 pm

south africa
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Re: Canada vs. South of the boarder

Postby duckflu » Tue Jan 01, 2013 9:32 am

Check out "www. Get "- Talk to Ramsey Russell- He personally hunts the destinations he offers and knows current conditions in diff countries.
I personally have not went on any of his trips, but have hunted w/him in a club in Arkansas for several years and know he offers outstanding hunt destinations.
Tell him that " Yankee Vern " told you about him.
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