I have decided I am going to hunt africa--on a five year plan to make it happen!!
Full of questions, hope to get a lot of info. I really want to get a cape buff and kudu, then go back again and get something else!!!
I grew up hunting in Wyoming and Montana, now I am in Alaska--havent hunted here yet but this fall I am going out!!
Thought I would introduce myself!!
Welcome to AH
Keep reading here and that plan may just moved forward.
Welcome to AH Toby! Glad you joined us, feel free to ask any question you may have and the fine members of this great forum will do there best to answer them for you. Enjoy
Welcome to AH.
Hunting Alaska you probably have a 338 or 375 already and that will fill your rifles needed for Africa
If you are looking bigger then look at the 416 and you will ready to go.
The 416 will be useful in griz hunting also.
Welcome to AH Toby.
Let me know if I can be of assistance in any way.
Welcome to the forum Toby!
Good luck on all the planning your certainly at the right place for that.
Louis van Bergen
..:welcome:..enjoy the journey.
You have joined the right site to help you plan. Welcome to AH and good luck with your planning and your journey to make your hunt happen.
Welcome to the AH, Toby !
This is a great site to get information when planning an African safari!
Have you decided in which part of South Africa you were planning to hunt?
We have had a number of clients that have hunted in Alaska, and it sounds like it is quite an experience, would love tomake a trip out there myself oneday!
Fire away with the questions, everyone here is extremely helpful.
Welcome to AH. Great place for initiating your trip.
Welcome to this great Forum. Enjoy to participate and sharing your opinion.
Enjoy the planning process of a potential safari to Africa, perhaps Namibia...
If you know where you want to go, you can map out how to get there. You can make plans, create a strategy, work methodically toward reaching your golas, and finally arrive at the desired destination.
Enjoy the planning process and the excitement - it forms part of the safari.
Namibian greetings from Africa.