Shakey
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Shakey

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    State/Province of residence:
    Texas
    Country of residence:
    USA
    How did you find AfricaHunting.com?:
    Web search
    About You:
    Father of three, children now do most of the hunting.
    I am a:
    • Hunter
    • Fisherman
    Member of:
    SCI, DSC, NRA
    Have you hunted in Africa?:
    Yes
    Number of times I have hunted in Africa:
    Five times
    My favorite African country:
    Zimbabwe
    Hunted:
    US, Canada, RSA (Limpopo, Eastern Cape), Zimbabwe (Omay North X 2, Dande Safari Area, Dande East), Botswana
    Species I have hunted in Africa:
    I have taken 2 elephants, a cape buffalo, a kudu, a zebra, a waterbuck and darted a rhino. My boys have taken a Lion, 2 Cape Buffalo, a hyena, a Caracal, 1 Eland, 2 Kudu, 3 Zebra, 3 Warthog, 2 Impala, 3 Wildebeest, 1 Nyala, 1 Bushbuck, 1 Steenbok, 2 Gemsbok, 1 baboon
    My best African Trophy:
    Elephant Bull, Zimbabwe. 1/2 the size as the Botswana elephant, but four times the hunt.
    My favorite African trophies:
    Elephant, Kudu, Waterbuck
    My preferred weapon(s):
    Left handed Heym 88B PH in .470 NE and a Custom .375 H&H with a Swarovski Z6 1 - 6 scope
    What weapon(s) do you hunt with?:
    • Rifle
    • Bow
    • Shotgun
    My preferred optic(s):
    Swarovski, Night Force
    My best hunting tip:
    Physically prepare and practice often.
    My other interests:
    Tournament bass fishing
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      Elephant, Omay North Concession, Zimbabwe
      Thanks for your comment Jerome. There were a number of photos taken, but this was one of the first, as the elephant fell. What an awesome experience! No picture really does such a magnificent animal or hunting experience justice. The Omay is a rugged place, and I was amazed by how easily such an animal can negotiate terrain that brought me to my knees!