Baited Leopard hunts available - Namibia

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  1. Louw

    Louw AH Member

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    Still 2 Packages available for 2011 season only and during September and October 2011.
    Total 14 Days Baited Leopard hunt in the Gamsberg Area in Namibia 45 000 acres open area, only cattle fences.
    Package per Leopard: US$ 12100.00, this includes -
    1. 14 Day total(incl arr/dep days) all meals, accom, water, soft drinks, PH, skinner, hunting vehicle and feul, field prep od trophies, transport of trophies to shipping agent/taxidermy(Local), transport to and from hunting area and int. airport.
    2. Prebait and one Hartmann Mountain zebra trophy
    3. one leopard trophy fee, leopard tag and license
    Exludes:
    1. all flight tickets, all alcoholic beverages, all other activities and all other trophy fees.
    Info: other trophy species available on the property:
    1. Oryx(US$1200)
    2. Hartmann Mountain Zebra(US$1200)
    3. Kudu(US$1200)
    4. Springbok(US$500)
    5. Steenbok(US$350)
    6. Baboon/Jackal(US$50)

    Regards: Louw - Track A Trail Safaris
     
  2. WST416

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    Louw, how many leopard hunts do you do per year in this area and what is the time frame that you start your prebaiting before the client arrives? Thax
     
  3. BRICKBURN

    BRICKBURN SUPER MODERATOR CONTRIBUTOR GOLD BENEFACTOR AH Ambassador

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    Good questions WST416. Are the Leopard that thick in the area?
     

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