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Top five species

1. Musk Ox
2. Dall Sheep
3. Alaskan Yukon Moose
4. Kodiak Brown Bear
5. Rocky Mountain BigHorn

All taken with a handgun.

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WeatherbyScott wrote:
1. Musk Ox
2. Dall Sheep
3. Alaskan Yukon Moose
4. Kodiak Brown Bear
5. Rocky Mountain BigHorn

All taken with a handgun.

Certainly challenging with a rifle, but that would be some serious adreneline rushes with a handgun!

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Location: pennsylvania
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I have the Moose and the Brown Bear. the Musk Ox is this year. as for the rest time will tell

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Top five species

Moose

Caribou

Elk

whitetail

That's only four..........We'll something else that's similar in taste, maybe buffalo???

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Location: NE Kansas
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All of my hunting has involved whitetail, turkey, local predators, and small game, so my very doable and non exotic list would be:

1. Elk
2. Mule Deer
3. Black Bear
4. Pronghorn
5. Mountain Lion
Let's throw in a hog on the way Big smile

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Location: Pennsylvania
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Top five species

Rocky Mt. Bighorn in Alberta

Whitetail in Iowa

Mt. Goat in British Columbia

Moose any where

Cape Buffalo in NJ neener!

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Location: texas
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Top five species

here's mine:
elephant
lion
lord derby eland
bongo
polar bear

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Location: Centurion, RSA
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Top five species

Top 5 already hunted:

Kudu
Njala
Gemsbok
Eland
Blue Wildebeest

Top 5 on wishlist

Cape Buffalo
Leopard
Yukon Moose
Elephant
Black Rhino (with a bow)

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Hammer1 wrote:
We'll something else that's similar in taste, maybe buffalo???

Buffalo, camel and deer (I know of Rusa, Sambar, Red and Fallow - there may be others) are perhaps the most exotic species in Australia. The kangaroo hardly counts as it is so prolific across the country. A drive up the road will show 3 - 5 carcassess killed by vehicles every 5 kilometres.

Crocodile, while often poached, WILL attract a $10,000 fine if caught. Having said that, rogue crocs are often culled with police turning a blind eye. Have been know do do it myself...

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I concur with Dahlo

Dahlo wrote:

Hammer1 wrote:
We'll something else that's similar in taste, maybe buffalo???

Buffalo, camel and deer (I know of Rusa, Sambar, Red and Fallow - there may be others) are perhaps the most exotic species in Australia. The kangaroo hardly counts as it is so prolific across the country. A drive up the road will show 3 - 5 carcassess killed by vehicles every 5 kilometres. Crocodile, while often poached, WILL attract a $10,000 fine if caught. Having said that, rogue crocs are often culled with police turning a blind eye. Have been know do do it myself...

I have shot most of the above mentioned, (camels are dead boring )And hunting Buffalo; I to wear sandles or thongs(flip flops) with a camel hydration pack. The thongs are good when you have to get into the swampy area's. grap your thongs and go bear foot. My aboriginal friends go bear foot the hole way. Dont know how they do it there as buff holes every were across the flats and the ground is ba Big smile ked rock hard.

 

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