"We flew into Buenos Aires, where they picked us up and drove us six hours to Fairhurst's farm in Entre Rios. We were greeted by one of the hardest rain storms I think I have ever seen for 12 non-stop hours. This made hunting even more of a challenge due to the many inches of fresh water collected over earth that had not seen rain in three months.
"Fairhurst's farm encompasses 12,000 acres with no fences. We were also able to track animals beyond the limits of this property on adjoining tracts. We walked about five hours before we spotted our first buffalo. Unfortunately they got into the high grass, and we lost them. When we finally caught up with them, the bulls were in the middle of the herd, and no shot opportunity was available. We eventually separated the bulls from the herd late in the afternoon, and Josh managed to harvest a great buffalo bull. Just like Cape buffalo, the bull took two shots with a 300 grain Trophy Bonded Bear Claw from my .375. We stalked the wounded bull in the high grass, and Josh finally dropped him with another three shots. It was like shooting into a concrete wall.
"The next day we again were into buffalo. This time we tracked them for three hours. By the........(continued)