Amazing Cull Hunt Package - Eastern Cape, South Africa

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  1. Karoo Wild

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    We're offering a superb fun-filled cull package available for June - September 2014 in the Karoo - Eastern Cape, South Africa

    Outfitter: Karoo Wild Safaris HC 56/2011 EC
    PH and Owner : Victor Watson PH 167/2011 EC
    Area: Eastern Cape, South Africa

    1 hunter and 1 observer or 2 hunters sharing a PH - 7 nights, 6 hunting days

    - 2 kudu cows
    - 2 red hartebeest cows
    - 2 blesbok ewes
    - 5 impala ewes
    - 1 bushpig on bait (boar or sow)
    - free baboons on bait

    $4450 fully inclusive

    - Plenty of attractions in the area for the wife to visit
    - Hunters welcome to add any trophy animal as per our 2014 trophy price list

    All are our safaris are fully inclusive and include

    - meals and accommodation
    - drinks and alcoholic beverages
    - transfers to and from Port Elizabeth airport
    - field preparation and transport of trophies to taxidermist
    - optional morning trip to Addo Elephant National Park
    - rifle hire
    - VAT on accommodation

    Our safaris don't include
    - airfare
    - accommodation before or after safari
    - taxidermy work
    - meat of the animals hunted

    Join us for a hunting holiday of a lifetime!

    Karoo Wild Safaris is owner run and managed and we only take exclusive safari bookings ensuring you of our personal attention throughout your hunting safari with us.
     
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    Should be fun for someone.

    The Baboons must be taking the EC over.
     
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    Norwegianwoods SILVER SUPPORTER AH Elite

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    They for sure did in an area I tried to get my Kudu with Marius last year.
    Lots of Baboons making lots of noise.
     
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    They are! We'll be paying clients next year to shoot them :D
     
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    I want to see that package. Out of self interest PM me first.
     
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    It's my limited understanding from reading on the forums that eating your quarry is one thing that happens later that evening. I'm quite possibly mistake, as I've yet to experience Africa, but what happens to this meat? Baits? Left for the scavengers?

    Sorry if this is a silly question. Cull hunt is sounding like it might be the better method for me to use for my first hunting trip. Someone told me on another thread that if I wanted to bring home a cull as a trophy it would be ok. I'm not too picky about what ends up on the wall.
     
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    Every scrap of the animal is used. The meat will definitely be used. The skins and horns have lesser value to the outfitter but the meat is value able. There is nothing wrong with cull hunts. To be honest you might love them. A trophy is in the eye of the beholder. Like I said, before you could still mount stuff...I would not necessarily recommend it, but taking horns or Euro mounts home would be cool. I'm not a big tanned skin person but everyone is different.
     
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    I have now taken quite a few cull animals in various places.
    From broken legged Nyala to Giraffe. Wildebeest and Gemsbok/Oryx.

    Two of the largest (trophy size) Oryx I have taken were culls.
    They were just in areas that needed to have the population thinned.

    I have had Blesbok and Black Wildebeest offered as well.

    Absolutely nothing wrong with this type of hunt as long as you are not focused solely on inches.

    The meat from anything edible will be used.
    From rations for workers, all the way to finished products sold at market or the butchery.
     
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    My apologies for not responding earlier. I was on a hunt and in and out of internet coverage for the next couple of weeks. All our meat gets used and you will definitely get to sample the meat you hunt. I've sent you a PM.
     

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