Bow hunt eland on foot in Namibia

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  1. Hunters Namibia Safaris

    Hunters Namibia Safaris New Member

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    All bow hunters,

    want to challenge yourself?

    Bow hunt in one of Namibia's premier eland hunting areas, hunting on foot during the eland rut.

    November may be hot in Namibia, but during the eland rut you can wade into breeding herds of eland numbering in their hundreds.

    Shots will be between 15 - 30 yards of the most heart stopping action you have ever experienced.

    Waiting for an eland bull to "click" into the opening will be a memory you will remember for the rest of your life.

    Other plains game species also available.

    Please note buffalo and leopard are not huntable with a bow in Namibia.

    Kind regards
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    Hi Joffie
    This is absolutely possible.
    We hunted Burchel Zebra this year.
    It was a walk ans stalk bow hunt!
    Then a bow hunter also nearly took a Giraffe. The hunters father has taken a Giraffe.
    He hunted most animals by bow.
    A difficult bow hunt is a Duiker, Steenbuck or Dik-Dik when the grass is long!
    Eland is ok!
    Giraffe, well he is so tall that he sees you before you has sighted him.
    Margie
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    Sounds like a very interesting hunt.
    Have to put that one on the list.

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