What is your dream hunt, if?

wallows

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Ok everyone, I am set to retire in 2 years, I have saved every bit of leave possible that I will sell back when I say goodbye.
That adds up to 63,000 dollars! If you could take ONE guided hunt, not wanting to spend anywhere near that amount for a
single hunt, what would it be? Numerous hunts over a few years? Dream big!!
 

Mckinnon

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I would do a sheep hunt, probably a stone since thats the most expensive. Then a caribou, moose, and dall hunt in AK.
 

blb078

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If we're talking just one animal then big horn sheep. A multi animal hunt then then probably one of the AK hunts mentioned above, or a big cat hunt i Africa w/some plains animals thrown in.
 
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Don't knock Africa until you try it. If nothing else, it's a great place for your wife or significant other to join you and participate in your hunting hobby:)

Dream hunts: AK sheep, Yukon moose, AK grizzly, Austrian chamios, Africa: leopard and cape buffalo.
 

Jon Boy

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An elk/mule deer/sheep/moose combo, back country horse back etc in BC if such a thing exists. I'd take 6 weeks to do it starting in mid september and going till the beginning of november.
 

tstowater

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I would do a sheep hunt, probably a stone since thats the most expensive. Then a caribou, moose, and dall hunt in AK.

Desert sheep hunts are more expensive than Stones. That much cash won't get the Montana governor's bighorn tag. I would do a multi-species Northern BC hunt. Schedule at least 30 days for Stone, griz, caribou, elk, goat, etc. If I had any money left, I would go to New Zealand for tahr, chamois and whatever else I could get with the leftover $$. Both would be extremely beautiful hunts. If you are married, take the spouse (or significant other) along to New Zealand.
 

shanevg

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Desert sheep hunts are more expensive than Stones. That much cash won't get the Montana governor's bighorn tag. I would do a multi-species Northern BC hunt. Schedule at least 30 days for Stone, griz, caribou, elk, goat, etc. If I had any money left, I would go to New Zealand for tahr, chamois and whatever else I could get with the leftover $$. Both would be extremely beautiful hunts. If you are married, take the spouse (or significant other) along to New Zealand.

I second the northern BC hunt. What a blast!
 
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