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    My first Roosevelt Sable harvested in northern Mozambique just South of the Tanzanian border... what an experience and privilege



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    1. JacoS

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    bluey
    what a big ,.bueatifull trophy
    THE HUNTER; The person that pays over 90% of the cost for the presavation and maintance of wildlife and gets zero credit for it ................
    #1 Mon November 25, 2013 9:51am

    JacoS
    Thanks bluey, a great hunt indeed and the best was to share it with great friends, I look forward to conduct many great safaris on this area in years to come....
    #2 Mon November 25, 2013 10:03am

    messmate
    My godfather he looks magnificent mate, with the weatherby too!
    #3 Thu November 28, 2013 7:07am

    spike.t
    hi jaco was this in your area in moz?
    Some hunting reports for Takeri Reserve Zambia posted by members of AfricaHunting.com:
    - http://www.africahunting.com/threads/zambia-zambian-adventure-takeri-game-reserve.24291/
    - http://www.africahunting.com/threads/zambia-hunting-report-takeri-private-reserve-zambia.16298/
    - http://www.africahunting.com/threads/zambia-takeri-reserve-zambia.24065/


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    Mike Taylor
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    #4 Fri November 29, 2013 6:11pm

    JacoS
    Jon, with the 460 Ja... around 130 m what a day! Spike yup it is our new block up on the Lugenda river bordering Monte mosale... plenty of good Sable, good Lion (numbers) and some Leopard... It is the old Safrique area. it has been lying empty (unoccupied) for the last 3 years, allot of work to be done, ie anti poaching, roads and such but the area has good potential, for the mentioned species..
    #5 Mon December 2, 2013 8:26am