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Contributors to this thread:
Rocky D 14-Sep-22
fuzzy 14-Sep-22
greg simon 14-Sep-22
Rocky D 14-Sep-22
t-roy 14-Sep-22
Dino 14-Sep-22
midwest 14-Sep-22
midwest 14-Sep-22
Kurt 14-Sep-22
greg simon 14-Sep-22
midwest 14-Sep-22
smarba 14-Sep-22
Rocky D 14-Sep-22
tobywon 14-Sep-22
sticksender 14-Sep-22
SteveB 14-Sep-22
Treeline 14-Sep-22
APauls 14-Sep-22
fuzzy 14-Sep-22
Bigpizzaman 14-Sep-22
fuzzy 14-Sep-22
greg simon 14-Sep-22
spike buck 14-Sep-22
spike buck 14-Sep-22
t-roy 14-Sep-22
fdp 18-Sep-22
From: Rocky D
14-Sep-22

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This is the first I heard of this!

From: fuzzy
14-Sep-22
There used to be a "bloke from down under" who posted camel hunt stories here. Said he had them processed into bologna. I'd give it a try.

From: greg simon
14-Sep-22
Nice hump on that one!!!

From: Rocky D
14-Sep-22
I just thought it was interesting. I really have no desire to shoot one but whatever floats your boat!

From: t-roy
14-Sep-22
Gotta be careful when shooting them. They have an unusually large void area.

From: Dino
14-Sep-22
lol T-Roy… I’d love to hunt them in the Out back!

From: midwest
14-Sep-22

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Just make sure the jockey is off first. Same with goats.

benno was the aussie that posted all those hunts on here. Really good stories and pics.

See my link for one.

From: midwest
14-Sep-22

midwest's Link
Another...

From: Kurt
14-Sep-22
Camels are about like the feral horses in the Western US, destructive to the landscape. I was down under touring underground mines 30 yrs ago and got an invite to go bowhunt one that weekend near Mt Isa. Unfortunately had to go down to Tasmania or I would have taken the guy up on it. Guess they can be pretty tough...to die and maybe chew.

From: greg simon
14-Sep-22
What's the prime cut on a camel? I've heard good things about the toe oddly enough...

From: midwest
14-Sep-22
LMAO @ greg!!!!!

From: smarba
14-Sep-22
I thought the thread would be about using them as pack animals instead of llamas...

From: Rocky D
14-Sep-22
Greg, bahaha bahaha bawaa!!!

From: tobywon
14-Sep-22
Oh geez Greg, funny right there!!! So many responses to that comment, but I must refrain :)

From: sticksender
14-Sep-22
Good on 'em. No different than thinning out invasive feral hogs in the southern USA.

From: SteveB
14-Sep-22
hmmmm not sure about this.....

From: Treeline
14-Sep-22
I was going to be down in Perth for a bit. After looking for potential hunting in the area I found that camels were on the list… I definitely was going to try and skewer one if I had gone. Will still plan on it if I am down there for any length of time! And hopefully can make a buffalo hunt with Tyler if the stars align!

From: APauls
14-Sep-22
Thos things are half neck/head and half hump. Crazy.

From: fuzzy
14-Sep-22
Greg Simon won the internet for today!

From: Bigpizzaman
14-Sep-22
Treeman and I are headed down in July to do this hunt with Mic, we’ll post story/pics!

From: fuzzy
14-Sep-22
Yep "Benno" was the handle. Bigpizzaman good luck and safe travels

From: greg simon
14-Sep-22
Bigpizzaman, Treeman, I want to see close ups of those camel toes!!!

From: spike buck
14-Sep-22
As soon as I jumped on our Camel I took this toe picture in the next post... Ayers Rock.

We had a choice of either hiking, mountain bike or rent a Camel to get to Ayers Rock. We chose camel. At the end of the treck we had a buffet of all the animals in the Outback. Camel was on the buffet. I thought it was good. BUT, Camel is one of the worst for Trichinosis. Crocodile was the worst for taste!!

While in the Outback, the Camels were way over populated so while we were there they conducted a Camel Cull

From: spike buck
14-Sep-22

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Ayers Rock..
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Ayers Rock..

From: t-roy
14-Sep-22
Spike’s pic of the camel toes, reminds of one of my old girlfriends……..Not as many calluses, though.

From: fdp
18-Sep-22

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