Re: Tires and locking diffs
That's cool. What are you guy's paying a gun?
We've been hunting on a 45,000 acre ranch about 2hrs south of the border by a small town called Anauga. It's 500 bucks for the lisence to hunt in Mexico, and it's about 3,000 per gun to hunt. This might "seem" expensive, but hunting in deep south Tx that's about how much it is. I've hunted the King about ten years ago and back then it was 4,200 per gun and there just weren't any quality deer there. My friend Rusty was taking a look at some of the aerial photos of some of these monsters that the ranchers gave us, and we noticed that the ground was unlike any terrain in the King that we had ever seen. So, then we started to hunt Mexico, and have had awesome luck down there. One of the crappy things about hunting there though is that you can't bring the deer back to the states. You have to cut his head off and retrieve it a few months later after deer season has ended and say that you just found the horns to be able to get them through customs. So, that can be a bitch. Oh, and the Army there always has checkpoints driving through Mexico. If they decide to search your vehicle, and they find guns, they can keep them and throw you in prison there. So you have to be reeeeeealy nice to them. But, other than that, hunting in Mexico is freakin awesome. It's soooooo bright at night, it's like it's daytime....and the sun sets on the mountains of Monterrey....oh, and we've already pulled a 190 typ out of there [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] But it's really cool, the deer never see humans there, so they're more curious than anything....It's like you can get 20 ft close to them downwind before they get spooked. Anyway, I highly recommend it and it's worth the extra bull**** to hunt there.