Discussion in 'Hunting Pictures' started by Paw Print, Oct 20, 2013.
Chobe Bushbuck ranks quite high on my overall list! Gorgeous creatures.
I took one just before lunch and one bright and early. I have seen several on the way back to the lodge for lunch and really havent spent much time at all in good bushbuck country.
Bushbuck recovery, the guys work hard to get them out .
Are those pics of the Limpopo River area ?
No Sir, the Eastern Cape, close to a place called Patensie.
I think UPTONOGOOD shot a Bushbuck on the same property
The pic's really show how they got the name bushbuck.That is some thick cover and I can see why they are one of the harder animals to take.
Some of the fine Bushbuck rams taken with KMG Hunting Safaris during the 2013 Season:
Very nice rams Marius, I will be in your area at the end of April.
Ok marius I get it you have some nice rams around.You dont have to be so mean about it and show all the nice pic's.LOL Teasing people like that is unfair when I am thousands of miles away.Get back to building your new place and take a pic of you working to cheer me up now. For the record I would be happy with any of those rams.Great job getting your hunters on them
Just look at the battle scars on the ram, second from the top.Character.
I did see that looks like he almost lost an eye.Do they fight alot during the ruttting season.
They are bad ass.
Here is a picture of my 2011 Bushbuck taken in the East Cape. My PH told me he was 13-14 yrs old. Teeth were almost gone. Hair was thin. Just a very old animal. Also a picture of the area we were hunting in. Different than most. Hunt the deep draws with heavy cover.
ignore the bottom pic. Have tried to remove it and can't..... Bruce
Bruce, which area is this? Quite surprised that Bushbuck are found there, as there is not much cover. Compare this to where we hunt them...
One of my favorite pictures in Africa!
A couple of Bushbuck from KZN in 2007.
An old ram they had been after a while. I got lucky and spotted him on a hillside as he got up to stretch from a nap. Notice the heavy bases!
Sandy's great ram. We didnt recover him until dark the day before (That story is a good one!) We posed him that night so we could take pictures the next day. Where she got him was in some of the thickest bush I've ever been in!
Typical of the country we hunted in KZN - Looks alot like Marius's picture.
Nice rams guys
This one was a pick up from the lower luangwa valley.
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