Firstly that is some funny stuff Bushbuck - lmao
Bosman - Tuli Block, well last week we took two elephant on the South African side and both were over 40 pounds, one was just shy of 55 pounds. they are there, and yesterday my client took a 35 pounder so one just has to look a littlebit.
Try brushing up on internet ettiquette, these posts can float around for a very long time and perhaps listen to what Martin has to say, the stick he waves is not a play play stick
Thanks for the comment 458aubs.
And congrads with the Elephant,according to me it is a monster for that area.
Hi there Bosman. Time goes fast and just found this offer for elephant and USD 6000. Has all doupts been cleared and that this hunt is 100 percent legal ? Do you have more than one non trophy elephant on quota ? Do you also have trophy elephant with cities to Europe ?
Has all doubts been cleared and that this hunt is 100 percent legal? Yes according to the Council and the Governor the hunting of Non Trophy Elephants under the supervision of Interland Safaris is 100 percent legal.
We do have Non Trophy Elephant left on Quota @ $4000.00 for the Elephant and $2000.00 for 7 days accommodation.
Do you have more than one non trophy elephant on quota? Yes currently we have 5 CITIES Elephants and they can be exported to Europe.
Thanks for your request
Please feel free to email me for a Quote on the CITIES Elephant
I am a bit confused. Earlier the point was made that National parks had not released the quota, the retort is that the council and Governor declare the hunt to be legal. Who has final say on the granting of quota? If it is National Parks, have they released the quota for these hunts? If not, do the council and Governor have the authority to grant the quota on their own?
I think the main confusion comes in with the NATIONAL PARKS and CAMPFIRE area. As far as I understand Parks board needs to give a quota or go ahead for Non Trophy Elephant to be hunted within the national parks boundaries while Campfire areas falls under the Council of the area and they give the go ahead.
This is actually a good question you have; please give me until the end of this week to get more clarity on this matter for you.
I am trying to find a website for Interland Safaris? Is it possible to post some photographs of the camps and some of the recent trophies taken in the area? Thank You.
Interland Safaris has no website yet you can vew the pictures of the camp under my photo gallery by clicking here. I am still waiting for the pictures of the last hunt. Ill let you know.
It sounds great, so I will think about it.
- If you have some photos post them
- If you have an reference client (maybe in Europe) please post it
- Im an gun writer..., maybe I can get one of the big hunting magazines in Germany (pp.) as an sponsor...
Today I had e-mails with Mister Bossie Mostert and I think I will go out for an hunt in 2012 to him.
In the first contact, I think so, he is serious...
There is nothing else as an elephant hunt, 6.000 Dollar, nothing more.
After the hunt I will post here an report.
He send me two pictures from his last hunts.
I will post them here.
(I had made an ID-security for the people in the pictures, becouse I dont know them...)
Before I booked I would want a conclusive answer as to who sets the quota for the area, National Parks or the local counsel? I posed this question earlier and it has yet to be answered. I have no idea, but I would want to make sure that everything is kosher. There seems to be a lot on confusion regarding non-trophy hunts in Zim.