Went to Big Horn Canyon Ranch
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Are you having a local guy do it? If so who? Let us know how the Bratwurst turns out. I love the taste of sheep so maybe I can get a few friends to go in on one w/ me being the shooter. Win, Win!I'm also curious if you saw many pigs???Nice going.
Having Bratwurst made out of the sheep as well as short ribs and steaks.
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Bullseye, That wasn't a personal attack, I'm glad you had a good time, I just have a problem with the way its portrayed and defended . I do have a question, what could you learn from that experience as you stated ? Thank's for your civil reply .
Hey USA hunter. It definitely isn't a traditional hunt(call it what you will). The experience I had there was an interesting one because it was not fair chase. The animals heard the shots and did not get scared... it is a canned hunt. If you take it for what it is then great you can still learn from this hunt regardless. I had a hard time digesting the hunt at first which is why I originally didn't write a report. I was asked to tell more about it so I portrayed it in a positive way. My experience with the staff was great, the hunt was a slaughter. It didn't require hard work, scouting or perseverance like a true back woods hunt. The escapade at Big Horn Canyon lasted 20 minutes tops and the rest of the time there was spent processing. The animals are there for the taking like fishing in a barrel. It is what you make of it.
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Oh man I disagree. My daughter caught her first trout in a stocked pond out at whitewater. You basically throw the bait in the water and you are hooked up. She was 2 years old and that lit a fire in her to catch fish. She's now 10 and she catches more fish than adults (including me) I know. Kids don't have the patience that adults do. This type of hunting/fishing gives then an edge to be sucessful right out of the gate (no pun,lol).Same thing goes for canned pheasant hunts. I have seen many kids w/ smiles beaming ear to ear after they shoot a few pheasants for the first time. I can tell you from experience it leads to bigger and better hunts.I have personally never been to BHC but from what I have heard of the place, I'm not so sure if i would hunt it. However, for a jr. hunter or a newbe hunter to exp. that and put meat in the freezer is priceless. All thats going to do (IMO) is light a fire in that kid and get him thinking about humpin hills going after deer, pigs, etc.
And no you're not teaching youth's or newbies anything except how to kill a trapped defenseless animal and then brag about your "hunting prowess to the non hunters that visit your home.
Posted 17 April 2009 - 11:32 AM
I can't get enough! Esp. squirrels - just wish I could find more close to home!
So, what's your thoughts on shooting Coyotes and Ground squirrels?
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