Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

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Re: Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

Postby RidgeBack69 » December 19th, 2017, 12:19 pm

Here is a good field for Rusa deer. Stand location is
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Re: Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

Postby VonStratos » January 22nd, 2018, 7:09 pm

I just went to Piccachu ahem Piccabeen Bay for first time and i didn't know where to look for the different animals other that the info in the starting lodges, this kind of guides are gold for new players and those like me that come back after a while, thank you people.

Btw every time y read Piccabeen in my mind sound pika pika pikabeen, subliminal infancy memories are scary. :lol:

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Postby _dfad_ » January 30th, 2018, 8:11 am

Ideal location for buffalo hunting - see here: https://youtu.be/kRZH_ZXtjTU?t=11m34s. A buffalo or two pass nearby every 5-10 minutes. The only issue is to get to this location without being hurt by one of them. :)

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Re: Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

Postby DYEUZ » January 30th, 2018, 5:53 pm

_dfad_ wrote:Ideal location for buffalo hunting - see here: https://youtu.be/kRZH_ZXtjTU?t=11m34s. A buffalo or two pass nearby every 5-10 minutes. The only issue is to get to this location without being hurt by one of them. :)

With the permission of dfad, i've posted the pic of his good spot , shown in his video, for quick view .
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Re: Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

Postby Villkatta » February 8th, 2018, 11:56 am

Place a tent by the southern tunnel entrance(northwest of the treestand in your picture).
Going north up the gully puts you straight into prime sambar areas with good clearings to both left and right where they grass. Going through the tunnel gives you an area with a mix of everything apart from buffaloes + good spot for a hog feeder. Because of the tunnel it's basically right by the tent. Going southwest/west & southeast/east from the tent gives you good areas for banteng and water buffalo. Across the river to the southwest you have an area with a bit of everything, particularly if you walk close enough to cover the areas by the hills, decent amount of sambar, rusa, banteng and hogs, water buffaloes tend to be a bit closer to the water, but you can cover both areas quite easily.

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Re: Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

Postby Tanngnjostr » February 8th, 2018, 12:11 pm

Villkatta wrote:Place a tent by the southern tunnel entrance(northwest of the treestand in your picture).

I did the same - you get two good locations with one tent.
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Re: Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

Postby mikerolf1 » February 12th, 2018, 4:57 pm

Villkatta wrote:Place a tent by the southern tunnel entrance(northwest of the treestand in your picture).
Going north up the gully puts you straight into prime sambar areas with good clearings to both left and right where they grass. Going through the tunnel gives you an area with a mix of everything apart from buffaloes + good spot for a hog feeder. Because of the tunnel it's basically right by the tent. Going southwest/west & southeast/east from the tent gives you good areas for banteng and water buffalo. Across the river to the southwest you have an area with a bit of everything, particularly if you walk close enough to cover the areas by the hills, decent amount of sambar, rusa, banteng and hogs, water buffaloes tend to be a bit closer to the water, but you can cover both areas quite easily.


This is excellent advice. I set up my treestands and hog feeders just as you said: they have been very successful. Thank you. :idea:
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Re: Sharing good Piccabeen Bay hunting spots .

Postby OldMM1966 » February 12th, 2018, 11:08 pm

Villkatta wrote:Place a tent by the southern tunnel entrance(northwest of the treestand in your picture).
Going north up the gully puts you straight into prime sambar areas with good clearings to both left and right where they grass. Going through the tunnel gives you an area with a mix of everything apart from buffaloes + good spot for a hog feeder. Because of the tunnel it's basically right by the tent. Going southwest/west & southeast/east from the tent gives you good areas for banteng and water buffalo. Across the river to the southwest you have an area with a bit of everything, particularly if you walk close enough to cover the areas by the hills, decent amount of sambar, rusa, banteng and hogs, water buffaloes tend to be a bit closer to the water, but you can cover both areas quite easily.


This works great!! Good feeder location and plenty of rusa to keep you busy while the hogs settle down after a shot.

Feeder coordinates: X: 5361 Y: 6418. Stand is 25m NW of feeder in a small palm tree.

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