Trust me I would much rather have this conversation over a couple, (okay couple dozen) cold beers, sitting in a pub here or there with you in the UK. Fact is, that is not the way it is, we have to use the net to convey our experiences and opinions. That being said you keep telling us to read the post, I have read this thing several times, and the original question on unfenced areas to hunt in SA. Several have posted that there is not. I personally don't know, but the regular outfitters and members of this forum who post on "whatever the topic of the day is" who are from SA and when it pertains to SA, I tend to believe them because they are there, every day of every year, (lucky buggers). I had a fence phobia prior to my hunt in SA, I saw the gate, then the fence when hunting Warthogs, otherwise I would have sworn I was in the middle of nowhere and that there was no fence. So again, if it is not what you want or the way you want to hunt, then don't. According to these guys (whom I trust, who are outfitters there) if they say there is no free range animals in SA, then take there word for it. The driver I had from the airport to our hunting area said the same thing these guys are. Unless they escape, ALL game in SA are behind a fence, that's how they keep a healthy population. That was the drive of the car, not even involved in the hunt. Next time I get to the UK I will let you know, we can go to the pub and get drunk, and rehash this topic, or we can beat the shit out of each other for a while, then get drunk. I don't care, just seems that this topic is dragging on. TRUST ME, I'll let you know when I am back in your country, I like to drink.