Annual Levergun Hunt hosted by CT Safaris

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  1. CT Safaris

    CT Safaris AH Enthusiast

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    Chris Troskie Safaris - in conjunction with Leverguns - An American Heritage hosted a "Levergun Hunt" - dedicated to lever action rifle fanatics for the first time in 2005. On that first hunt, 5 lever action enthusiasts joined us on safari and it was decided to make this an annual event. Over the years, this event has grown from strength - to - strength, so much so that one year we had no less than 13 clients in camp! The hunt is not only open to lever action rifle shooters and all hunters (bow / rifle / handgun) and their companions are welcome.

    Dates for next year's Levergun Hunt has been set for Sunday May 27th thru Monday June 4th, 2012 and we want to invite AH members to our 7th Annual Levergun Hunt. We want to get a full camp and therefore have priced the daily rates for next year's hunt according to the number of clients who book i.e. the more folks that book the hunt - the lower the daily rate.

    2X1 Hunting Daily Rates are as follows:

    5 and more Clients (max 8) - $325p/d
    3 - 4 Clients - $350p/d
    2 Clients - $375p/d

    The above rates include all transportation, accommodations, meals, beverages, services of PH's, Trackers, Skinners etc. but exclude Value Added Tax of 14%.

    A minimum of 3 Plains Game species must be booked per hunting client.

    At this point 5 clients have signed up for the hunt - pending payment of deposits - which means the total cost in Daily Rates per hunting client will be as follows:

    Arrival Day - $150
    7 Hunting Days - $2,275
    VAT - $339.50
    Total - $2,764.50

    This is a good deal considering that the regular Daily Rates for a hunt of this nature would be $350p/p/d. We'll waive the tax for the first AH member who signs up, signs his/her contract and pay his/her deposit which equates to an additional 14% discount on Daily Rates.

    Furthermore; should anyone want to add Cape Buffalo to their Plains Game Bag, clients may do so without paying Dangerous Game Daily Rates ($550p/d). In other words; clients may hunt Cape Buffalo at already reduced plains game rates.

    The hunt will either be conducted on private ranches (average 10,000 acres in size) in the Lephalale district of the Limpopo Province or next to Kruger National Park in the Hoedspruit region of Limpopo Province - depending on the species on our clients' wish list and whether Cape Buffalo is included.

    Trophy Fees

    Species Trophy Fee (US$)

    Baboon 125
    Blesbok (Common) 400
    Blesbok (White) 550
    Buffalo (Cape) 15000
    Bushbuck 1000
    Bushpig 450
    Caracal 225
    Crocodile 5500
    Duiker (Grey) 350
    Eland (Cape) 2200
    Eland (Livingstone) 3000
    Gemsbok (Oryx) 1400
    Giraffe 3000
    Hartebeest (Red) 1400
    Hyena (Brown) 1500
    Hyena (Spotted) 2000
    Impala (Southern) 350
    Jackal (Black-Backed) 100
    Klipspringer 1000
    Kudu (Greater) 2000
    Nyala 2750
    Ostrich 500
    Reedbuck (Common) 1000
    Reedbuck (Mountain) 1000
    Sable 12000
    Serval 1000
    Steenbuck 350
    Tsessebe 3500
    Warthog 350
    Waterbuck 1900
    Wildebeest (Blue) 1000
    Zebra (Burchell's) 1400

    So, clean that 45-70, 7mm Rem Mag, Mathews or whatever is your weapon of choice and come and hunt with one of the most reputable Outfitters in South Africa. We're looking forward to hearing from you!

    Regards,

    Chris
     
  2. CHAPUISARMES

    CHAPUISARMES AH Member

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    Hi Chris,

    That is one very good deal, I wish that I had more dollars so that I could come back.

    Well, I can at least dream can't I.....

    Cheers Mate,

    Jeff
     

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