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SOUTH AFRICA: BOWHUNT: Stick & String Safaris - Mtubatuba

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    Congratulations on the amazing animals and thanks for sharing the story.

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    Thanks so much Kal!
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    I agree, congratulations and well done on a very fine mature kudu. I finally shot a zebra myself after six trips to Africa. What a grand trophy!
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    Thanks so much, Zebra can be very challenging on foot, one often gets the wrong idea when watching bow hunting dvd's where they wander into water and feed like they have no care in the world. Hunt them, or any other animal, on foot and it is a totally other story!
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    I agree 100%. A zebra is by far one of the hardest animals to spot and stalk with archery gear. It is still a quest of mine. While I was hunting in the East Cape, Huntershill had a beautiful pedestal mounted zebra in their lodge. I liked it so much that I decided I needed one. Prior to seeing this mount, I only wanted a flat skin rug. Also, my goal was to take a zebra exclusively via spot and stalk. I revised my plan a tad when the pedestal mount came into play. There is another zebra in my future. Congrats again on a fine trophy!
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