BIG FIVE SPECIAL MALE LION HUNT

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  1. TAU-NKWE SAFARIS

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    How much for the day rates, trophy fees and extras?

    How large is the concession?

    Since the lion is "free ranging" am I to assume there are no fences on this concession?

    What Cites permits are required for lion?

    Is this a tracking hunt or baited hunt? If baited can you provide a price list for bait animals.

    Since this is a free range lion hunt is 7 days enough time? Most free range lion hunts seem to be much longer.
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    Wow- unbelievable. We dont even sell 7 day buff hunts! 7 day "free range" lion hunt? Is that even enough time to get baits out? As Mike says been free range are there fences?
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    Guys my 2 cents, there is a major difference between free range and free roaming, as a norm a free range hunt for example on plainsgame in Namibia would mean that there are no high fences not even around the perimiter, of a property hence free range. (interpreted as low fences 4')

    Free roaming refers to no fences what so ever....Like Zim in some cases not all,... however in this case it means that the lion is in a fenced area but selfsustainable and roaming on the spesific area as it pleases,,,,,in short it is not a put and take lion.

    This is my interpretation of it, and if this was to be the case it would be a good hunt (depending on size of land) but as mike stated some additional info would be great, as it leaves way to much over to interpretation.

    My best always.
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