Red Stags in Cordoba

27 de October 2015


Parque Rincon de Luna by Nick Sisley

"We had a choice — sneak up on three very high- and long-antlered red stags more than 500 yards away to the east, or there was a single huge bull downhill at the same distance to the south. Either stalk was going to be through very open country. We had already attempted many such stalks that day, and every time ended up with a zero on our score card. The red stags of Argentina were proving their smarts to me over and over. Further, these red deer were playing me out because of the territory — steep mountains strewn with boulders the size of
 mansions all the way down to mere pebbles with every rock size in between. Though we were only at 5,000 feet elevation, I had stopped numerous times, gasping for air and resting weary leg and other muscles.
Being 70 days shy of age 72 didn’t help these physical matters either...."

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