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#1 cjl2010

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Anybody ever gone on an out of state meat hunt? Whats it like? Cost?

#2 muledeerarea33?

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Did a bull tag 10 years ago. Was $1500 and a night in a motel. Wasnt really hunting but the meat was well worth it.

#3 wildwoody

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I do the hurt cattle company, fair chase for sure, $3800 for a bull. I here theres some good and reasonable hunts in Montana 



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Did a bull tag 10 years ago. Was $1500 and a night in a motel. Wasnt really hunting but the meat was well worth it.

but thats how a real historical buffalo hunt should be lol



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BlueRooster huntin Ranch in Snowflake, AZ I believe have buff hunts starting at $2,500

"Courage is being scared to death..... and saddling up anyway"

 

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#6 hoghntr

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After killing 1 years back in N.M. then my cow hear is 2016 I think I have decided every 2 years I'm gonna go out of state and shoot 1 to fill freezer. 👍 amazing meat!

Wait that means this year is my year 😃

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Nice



#8 AzNative63

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My hunt was 1978 bull at Houserock Valley. I was one of the first ones out and was told a big bull was at a tank a couple miles away. Yeah, an agfd officer had to go out with you back then. "We" got within 150 yards and I got lucky and put a bullet a couple inches below his horn. It was like he was standing on a rug and somebody pulled the rug out. He did a backflip and was done. My brother in law went out the next day and was tickled a photographer wanted to ride and take pics. Bad part was the photographer didn't say he was part of PETA and was documenting the "horrors" of hunting

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Never been on a buffalo hunt but would definitely like to one day. Some friends have gone and described it the same way as others on here and I agree the meat is excellent. He went to Montana but I remember it costing more than these prices. I’ll find out where they went and details on cost.

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Did a bull tag 10 years ago. Was $1500 and a night in a motel. Wasnt really hunting but the meat was well worth it.


Where'd you go? How much meat is on a cow vs a bull? I'd love to kill a buffalo.

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Did a bull tag 10 years ago. Was $1500 and a night in a motel. Wasnt really hunting but the meat was well worth it.


Where'd you go? How much meat is on a cow vs a bull? I'd love to kill a buffalo.

 

 

 

Bulls can weigh twice the weight of a cow which usually max out about 1100 to 1200 pounds.


All over Az in the big red truck

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I agree about 1/2 the meat from a cow, but the cows with butter fat are tasty, still a lot of meet.



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Did a bull tag 10 years ago. Was $1500 and a night in a motel. Wasnt really hunting but the meat was well worth it.

Where'd you go? How much meat is on a cow vs a bull? I'd love to kill a buffalo.
northern New Mexico on a turner ranch. The guide was met on this site. Hes out of Phoenix and was a nice guy. Dont remember his name. Ended up with about 800lbs of meat. Good stuff. Ill do a cow if I ever go again

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Penned up hunt ?



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Penned up hunt ?

no




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