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Old 08-07-2007, 12:10 PM
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A drawon for Public land Nilgai Huntsounds more like it, but having an openseason public land hunt for Nilgai, the species would be extinct in no time.
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Old 08-27-2007, 09:10 PM
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where are you opening a high fence in Missouri? I live in Missouri and was just wondering?

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Old 08-28-2007, 02:16 PM
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Nilgai are more common in South Texas than they are in India.

I think the King Ranch released them back in the 40's and they have spread around everywhere.

They are grazers rather than browsers so they directly compete with cattle. Lots of ranches are trying to get rid of them. Some shoot hundreds out of helicopters.

They are an amazing game animal. They arewary and have great eyesight. Killing one with a bow is quite an accomplishment.

Bring a bigger gun if you have it.

Like the guy selling the hunt said before, high fenced areas down there are LESS, not more likely to have Nilgai on them.
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Old 08-07-2012, 10:22 AM
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To any and all who may be interested: a one-of-a-kind private land on the border by the sea in deep sub-tropical south Texas is temporarily open to public for guided nilgai hunts. The property is locked in by the Arroyo Colorado Rivers, the Laguna Atascosa NWR, and the King Ranch and is only accessible by boat. The tract of land is teeming with nilgai that traverse the fertile transition of the Gulf Coast Prairies and Marshes to the South Texas Brush Country. The nilgai population is naturally culled by the abundance of predators (e.g. mountain lion, jaguarundi, ocelot) rendering healthy, robust individuals for the hunters to harvest. Nilgai can be hunted safari-style, spot-and-stalk, or sit-and-ambush.

The alluring beauty of this opportunity, apart from the captivating landscape, exceptional floral and faunal diversity, superior birding, and superb fishing, is that you will not find a better price to hunt nilgai anywhere else – GUARANTEED. Prices are $800/cow and $1500/bull (3-day). Our primary goals are to manage the current population and to share the exciting sport and delicious protein with fellow hunters and sportsmen alike. May God Bless

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