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Bongo in the Cameroon Rainforest
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Congratulations on an adventure you'll remember for the rest of your life.
 
Posts: 3264 | Location: California | Registered: 01 January 2009Reply With Quote
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wow best report i have had read yet. thanks for sharing it with us. i am from oklahoma too. lee
 
Posts: 87 | Location: oklahoma | Registered: 27 December 2010Reply With Quote
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That was great. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your report. What a hunt and adventure!


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Posts: 803 | Location: LA | Registered: 28 May 2002Reply With Quote
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Fantastic report, incredible hunt and superb photos. Thanks for taking the time to share this adventure! CONGRATS and CHEERS!


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Posts: 2926 | Location: Lexington, KY | Registered: 13 January 2005Reply With Quote
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That is an incredible adventure...I salute you beer

To have been able to experience this with your family is PRICELESS and a awesome feat!!!
 
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Great report as usual Ross. Glad we could help you on another hunt, and thanks for the well composed Bongo photos! They seem to be rare in the rain forest!


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Posts: 1134 | Location: Tulsa, OK | Registered: 08 February 2010Reply With Quote
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W O W . . .
 
Posts: 23 | Location: Italy | Registered: 15 February 2011Reply With Quote
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Great hunt and a better report. Thanks for taking the time to do the trip justice.
 
Posts: 3174 | Location: Warren, PA | Registered: 08 August 2002Reply With Quote
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Very good report. Thank you for sharing your adventure with us.


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Posts: 777 | Location: Socialist Republic of California | Registered: 27 February 2005Reply With Quote
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Wow that is a great report, thanks for sharing.

That was a terrific adventure, contragulations.
 
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What an Adventure!! Thanks for the report.
 
Posts: 1660 | Location: Winston,Georgia | Registered: 07 July 2007Reply With Quote
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Very interesting and well-illustrated. Excellent, comprehensive review of the issues, including the controversial aspect of using dogs. Thanks.

Regards, Tim
 
Posts: 1280 | Location: Washington, DC | Registered: 17 March 2003Reply With Quote
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What a fantastic report with great detail. Thanks so much for taking the time to post this.

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Posts: 161 | Registered: 28 March 2007Reply With Quote
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Well done, sir, well done! tu2
 
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Outstanding report from the word go.

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Posts: 6746 | Location: Wyoming, Pa. USA | Registered: 17 April 2003Reply With Quote
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What a compelling report, almost a guideline for what to expect on a Bongo hunt. Congrats to the family for an outstanding hunt. You have mentioned Pakistan in your report, were you hunting there ?? Cheers


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Posts: 58 | Location: a luangwa hunt by ali hakim | Registered: 19 July 2011Reply With Quote
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What a compelling report, almost a guideline for what to expect on a Bongo hunt. Congrats to the family for an outstanding hunt. You have mentioned Pakistan in your report, were you hunting there ?? Cheers


Ali,
I have not hunted in Pakistan but plan to in the next few years. I had an interesting trip through Pakistan a few years back. I flew to Islamabad and drove from there to Lahore the east to the India border and then south to Karachi. I saw parts of Pakistan that few Americans get to see. The roads and drivers were crazy but we made it fine.

Putting all politics aside, I found the country and people to be just like the rest of us in the world - desire peace, safety for our families, worship as we choose and respect one another.
 
Posts: 9265 | Location: Texas... time to secede!! | Registered: 12 February 2004Reply With Quote
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welcome to AR Ali
 
Posts: 3818 | Location: kenya, tanzania,RSA,Uganda or Ethophia depending on day of the week | Registered: 27 May 2009Reply With Quote
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Well done! Been there, enjoyed the ants enjoyes the hunting. Hopee i will get back for my third Safari with Félix dwarf buffalo a priority on my list. I will pay for the planee it is a bit stiff but makes it easier to ver there. I would love to have your skill writting. Superb report


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Posts: 594 | Location: madrid spain | Registered: 31 October 2007Reply With Quote
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Fantastic pics....one of the best ever I have seen for a Bongo trip....Congratulations !!!
 
Posts: 947 | Location: Pennsylvania, USA | Registered: 12 November 2008Reply With Quote
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Because it was hard and because many wouldn't even attempt it, I think you have some fantastic memories that over time will outshine your more mundane hunts.

Well done.
 
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Incredible hunt report. I am jealous. I also forwarded my contact information to Greg so do feel free to drop me a line when you are settled in or if you need anything on arrival!
 
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Congratulations,dogcat! I really enjoyed your report-a extraordinary adventure.Good work with the open sight,rented rifle.You hunted the best way!
 
Posts: 11651 | Location: Montreal | Registered: 07 November 2002Reply With Quote
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Bravo, Ross!

Fantastic hunt and adventure!

And one of the most perceptive, thoughtful, funny and well-written reports I have ever read. Great photographs, too.

The bongo is an amazing animal, and yours and your son's are beautiful.

Congratulations, and thank you for taking the time to write this down and share it with us.


Mike

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Posts: 11325 | Location: New England | Registered: 06 June 2003Reply With Quote
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Awsome,
I realy liked the extra insight into the daily lives of the Pygmys


I have walked in the foot prints of the elephant, listened to lion roar and met the buffalo on his turf. I shall never be the same.
 
Posts: 794 | Location: In the shadow of Currahee | Registered: 29 January 2009Reply With Quote
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Excellent report. Appreciated how you took the time to learn and explain a bit about the locals. So refreshing to see a report where someone spends a bit of time trying to pick up a bit of the local culture.

Congrats on a tough and successful hunt!


The danger of civilization, of course, is that you will piss away your life on nonsense
 
Posts: 767 | Location: Baltimore, MD | Registered: 22 July 2005Reply With Quote
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A TRUE adventure.. Thanks you for sharing...
 
Posts: 59 | Location: New Jersey | Registered: 08 July 2009Reply With Quote
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Thanks for sharing.
 
Posts: 1073 | Registered: 10 December 2006Reply With Quote
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Very interesting report. Congrats, well done.


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Posts: 1843 | Location: Lafayette, LA | Registered: 05 October 2007Reply With Quote
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Amazing report...what an adventure! Thanks for sharing. And thanks to Duke Nukem for bringing it to the top after I missed it the first time around.

I just read your LDE hunt report as well. You, sir, are probably the finest writer of hunt reports on this forum.
 
Posts: 1028 | Location: Manitoba, Canada | Registered: 01 December 2007Reply With Quote
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What an awesome report and hunt! A true adventure and one of the best I have read on AR!!


I hunt to live and live to hunt!
 
Posts: 299 | Location: Big Sky Country! | Registered: 19 March 2011Reply With Quote
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Great report.
One of the best I have ever read at AR.
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Posts: 836 | Registered: 13 March 2011Reply With Quote
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Yes +1
Very good story and photo's
Sounds like a Great Hunt!!
 
Posts: 2141 | Location: enjoying my freedom in wyoming | Registered: 13 January 2006Reply With Quote
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Super hunt and even better report.
 
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Great report, thank you for sharing, I really enjoyed hearing your adventure story.


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Posts: 226 | Location: Texas | Registered: 11 October 2007Reply With Quote
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Fantastic Report thank you for sharing
 
Posts: 8 | Location: Boston MA USA | Registered: 14 November 2008Reply With Quote
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Great report thanks for sharing!
 
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Now that's how a Hunting Report is done! How inclusive and interesting, hats off to your efforts and Thanks for sharing.
P.s...not sure about the Sandlot sneakers...lol, l did see the movie Sandlot kids though.
 
Posts: 193 | Location: The Northern Territory, Australia | Registered: 14 September 2014Reply With Quote
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Great report great pictures . very interesting and informative.
 
Posts: 903 | Location: Chico California | Registered: 02 May 2010Reply With Quote
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Outstanding! Where do I sign?
 
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