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South Africa hunting

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by the fox, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. the fox

    the fox Member

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    Cape town
    In the SA hunting is pretty differant.
    I see the rodent hunting huge there but in the area that i live in there are no rats or rabbits around and as far as rodents go there are a small amout of grey squirrels but barely any and a few mongeese ( similar to ferrets) but they are mainly nocternal so you never really see them. On the other are birds, the crow are far far bigger and stronger than yours. Guine fowl which are like wild black chickens which is offen fun to hunt and there are also the doves starlings and my enemy srykes.
  2. Fog

    Fog Engaging Member

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    I envy you.
    Let us see a few piccies and a few Yarns:up:

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