I will have to post some photo's but if you like eating extremely well done meals and having your hunting clothes washed and pressed every day then Africa is the place to be.
I'd love some pics... and to know where in AF you went.I will have to post some photo's but if you like eating extremely well done meals and having your hunting clothes washed and pressed every day then Africa is the place to be.
Where did you book into?ill let ya know in a couple months, i go in late may..
So I have heard......I had a list of animals that I was hoping to get a shot at and saw every one on my list and more. I was able to take a Kudu, Blue Wildebeast, 2 Impala, a Diuker, and an Eland.
Can't wait to go again. I find myself thinking about it all the time. It is like I have to go again.
Pics you could send me?
PS. go see your doctor and get some sleeping pills for the plane ride. It is LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGG.
Thanks Mike, I will definitely go looking...and asking later...where/who did you book with?Pics are worth a 1000 words
Might be going over to do a seminar this year if not we have another hunt booked for the following year. Take a look at the pics and I'm free to answer any questions any time.
Hilighted are all on the considered list if shots present... I think 10 or so animals will be coming back if we can make it happen...12-14 days will be fast kill...er harvesting action...Thanks guys...Where are you going (Namibia, Botswana, South Africa)? Trying to nail that down... have to decide in less than a week:mg:Who are you hunting with? Namibia and Botswana are going to be similiar for a plains game hunt. South Africa will have the best lodges and accommodations, and possibly a larger selection of game. I personally consider Kudu, Zebra, Warthog, Impala, and wildebeest to be must haves for anyone who hunts Southern Africa. I hunted in Zimbabwe, and didn't have a chance at Gemsbok/Oryx, so I am going back to Namibia for them and Eland. When hunting in South Africa, keep in mind species like bushbuck and Nyala- they are some of the most beautiful trophies you can take. The best bit of advice I could offer, is to read a book called "The Perfect Shot" by Dr. Kevin Robertson. Great diagrams on kill zones, but it also has photos of alot of the plains game species, to help fill out your "wish list".