Namibian outfitter wanted
This is a discussion on Namibian outfitter wanted within the GREAT DEALS on Hunts Worldwide forums, part of the HUNT AFRICA category; A friend and myself are in the very early stages of putting a hunt together for ourselves and another four ...
10-27-2013, 08:05 PM #1
- Member of Sporting Shooters Association of Australia. Australian Deer Association
- Hunted Australia, New Zealand, Namibia
- johnfox has no Photos
Namibian outfitter wanted
A friend and myself are in the very early stages of putting a hunt together for ourselves and another four hunters to hunt in Namibia in a couple of years time.
At this point in time I'd like to make contact with, or be referred to an outfitter who could handle a party of six.
Three of us have hunting in Africa before and two of us aren't all that concerned about taking many animals, it's the whole trip that's important. I would be happy just to take photos of the other blokes on a couple of days. Transport to and from the hunting area wouldn't be an issue either, we will hire a vehicle/s. Cost will be a consideration, none of us a company execs etc, just blue collar.
We would like the chance to take some cull animals if possible and if there's some bird shooting available I'll be a happy man.
JohnMember of the Australian Knifemakers Guild
10-27-2013, 08:09 PM #2
- Member of KZN Hunters Assoc
- Hunted Namibia (Otavi, Ozondjache) South Africa ( LP, KZN, NC, EC) Botswana (Ghanzi) Canada (BC, AB, SK, MB, Ont, PQ, NS) USA (MT, WA, SD, CA, CO, WY, KS, MN, NC, VG, UT, HI)
Have a look here. The property is certainly large enough to handle you.
www.NamibiaHuntingSafaris.comPractice whispering before you leave for Africa!
A Legend in my own mind!
10-28-2013, 12:53 AM #3
- Hunted South Africa, Namibia, Angola, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Poachers.
There are some fine outfitters in Namibia. Here are two to start with. Good luck with your planning.
Ozondjahe Hunting Safaris
Africa Hunting Safaris | African Trophy Hunting | Hunt Namibia
This will also help : Hunting, Bowhunting - 01. Hunting Namibia
Ozondjahe is a great location you certainly could not go wrong there. They do stay pretty booked up for most of the season. I have a couple of other outfitter that may suit your needs. if you would drop me a PM with your email and I'll get some information over to you.
11-01-2013, 09:58 AM #5
- Member of No. Amer. Moose Foundation, Mule Deer Found; RMEF (life Member), SCI, NRA, RGS, NWTF, PF, DU, Izaac Walton League, Nat'l. Trappers Assoc.
- Hunted US / Canada/Namibia/Moz/Zim
- joester has no Photos
Christi Liebenberg of Hatari Safaris. mY WIFE & i HUNTED W/HIM ON OUR 1ST SAFARI (NOW PLANNING #5). He has multiple xxl ranches to hunt and is a full PH so if you want a big critter up in the Caprivi he can do that too. He & His great wife Velia were born/raised on Namibian ranches. You won't be sorry, very accomodating & laid back, not a "Shoot,Shoot, Shoot!!" type of PH.
11-24-2013, 11:23 AM #6
- Member of SA Hunters, East Gape Game Management Association, Wildlife Ranching South Africa.
- Hunted Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia
Hi JohnFox, the Namibian hunt sounds extremely exciting. And ask me, I have been there a couple of times, and yes it is absolutely another world! That is AFRICA!!!
I have a contact to a place, you would fall in love with. Get in contact with me so that I can get you on their track. My email is email@example.com
I know you would be satisfied with these ones.
11-24-2013, 10:26 PM #7
- Member of PHASA ; SCI ; DSC ; Eastern Cape Game Management Association ; PE Pistol and Rifle Club
- Hunted South Africa, Namibia, New Zealand
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