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I'm going to South Africa Limpopo province in april. I am planning on bowhunting about 8 species and try to get as many as possible with bow. The rest will be with gun. Can anyone give me advice on a good bow case to travel with? Also arrow selection.....Its pretty much all plains game im going after:
Kudu,
Gemsbuck or Zebra,
Blesbuck,
Impala,
Warthog,
Black Wildebeest,
Blue Wildebeest,
Springbuck.

I was thinking of using axis arrows with grizz trick broadheads.

Also is 30-06 good caliber to bring?

Any other advice for the hunt?

What kind of apparel should I bring? Clothing and boots?
 

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Grizztricker,


1. SKB bowcases are ideal for the travelliing bowhunter.
2. Any arrow with a well constructed, fixed blade broadhead, weighing between 450 & 500grains will do the job on your chosen species. Your choice of arrow looks perfect.
3. 30-06 is a great caliber. With well constructed bullets like Barnes or Remingtons, you'll do just fine.
 

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Grizztricker,

30-06 - great choice

Arrow selection - 500-550gr min for any draw weight, even low.

Enjoy your trip!
 
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