Sable package, Zambia
I have two remaining four day special sable packages available for 2009, these hunts are to take place at the Khal Amazi Game farm just a few miles outside Lusaka. This offer is open to bow and rifle hunters under the guidance of PH Phil Minaar. The last client to hunt on this package harvested the 46" sable bull pictured below.
Additional days/species can be added by arrangement 9daily rate $350, observer $200). This package is inclusive of all trophies (Sable, Common Duiker, Zebra, Eland and Impala) and daily rates
Package rate $14`000
If you take the trophy value of the animals on the list (eland, zebra, impala and duiker) together with the 4 days daily rate, subtracted from the package total, then the magnificent Sable bull is only $ 8,000. This trophy alone is worth more than the whole package!
Please contact me for possible dates.
Just One Sable Bull left to cull for 2009. Package as above;
WAS $14`000 NOW $13`300
Please contact me for further details.
i am debating with myself on whether the above sable is really as big as stated? I may be wrong, but something tells me it is not 46". Am guessing more on the 42". Could that be right? But i could have the body dimensions all wrong as the Sable down south, i am told are much bigger in body size too. Cheers,
I dont want to throw a spanner in the works but 4 days and 5 animals that is pushing it a bit ? Please explain as we would normally not book anyone less than 10 days for eland alone and that is South Africa.
Yep that size is correct, I don`t know about the body size persective between countries but bear in mind this is a farm hunt not within a wild concession so the trophy size and time scale for hunting will be very different. I know it`s not everyones cup of tea but this hunt is ideally suited to those looking for that once in a lifetime sable trophy at a great price.
Thanks for clearing that bwana. I am sure the farm has it's fair share of market, but you must understand that it is hard to swallow for most hunters, especially being located in Zambia, which is a destination well known for wilderness big game hunting. The policy is being implemented in Tanzania as well now and who knows? - We may all be heading to the canning industry :( Just remember mate - the farmed sables can easily be twice or thrice in a lifetime :) Cheers,