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Posted by regalringneck on February 17, 2003 at 14:01:59:
In Reply to: Ranges of Dry's in Argentina.... posted by dryguy on February 17, 2003 at 11:10:13:
Not leaving it all for the kids eh...good for you, but thats still along ways to go for doves...you can shoot kajillions of em here in Az! Way down there, we 'spect you to keep your eyes on the road...not the skies! & if a big ole musurrana or yellowtail crawls into your gear & tries to live the good life "norte de la frontera"...I'm here to help you :)
BTW, my best dove shots always happened when the bird was blocked by the fast swinging barrels!
It might also be possible for you to locate us a herp exporter down there...
Looking forward to tales & fotos; jg
:I leave on my annual hunting trip to Argentina next week to help the local farmers by attempting to eradicate the flying rats that eat 25-35% of their grain crop/yr(doves)...I will be about 1 hr east of Cordoba, in N Argentina...A very agricultural area...The only herp I've seen down, was one very large red Tegu...He was faster than our truck!! Couldn't catch up to him..(probably lucky for me!!:-)..)
:Does anyone have a "real" range map or descrition of the areas in Argentina where Dry's are found?...And to further show my ignorance unabashedly, which sub/?subs might I be on the look-out for?? YT's, caudamaculata perchance??...Carl<