Free Hunt for Two Hunters from Koedoeberg for 2011

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  1. Luis

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    Hi,

    My best guesses are the following:

    - Kudu: 55.50
    - Eland: 38.75
    - Wildbeest: 26.25
    - Warthog: 14.25

    Good luck to all of you,


    Luis
     
  2. Cleo Benaion

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    Hello for all,
    my guesses are:
    kudu- 49.5
    eland- 36.75
    wildebeest- 25.5
    warthog- 12.5
     
  3. 1/2 slam

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    Kudu 53.75
    Eland 36.25
    Wildebeest 24.25
    Warthog 13
     
  4. Bobpuckett

    Bobpuckett GOLD SUPPORTER AH Legend

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    I've already put in my guesses but in reading the rules I noticed that the winner is required to use your taxidermist can you post a copy of his 2011 price list to give everyone an idea as to the out of pocket funds as well. THANK YOU
     
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    Bob, To clarify, the winner of this hunt is not required to use the taxidermist that Koedoeberg uses or recommends. This hunt includes delivery of the trophies to the taxidermist (Kwiktan) that Koedoeberg works with/recommends to his clients however the winner is free to choose whichever taxidermist or shipping agent he/she wishes to. Should you wish to use a different taxidermist there may or not be a cost associated with the delivery of the trophies there depending upon their proximity...

    You may choose to have your taxidermy work done in South Africa, partially or fully, or you can have it sent to be done by your own taxidermist in your country. What ever you decide, after the first preparation of your hunting trophies done at Koedoeberg, your hunting trophies will be taken to a taxidermist or a dip and pack facility in South Africa to be processed.

    I will have Willem provide you with the information you wanted regarding pricing.
     
  6. Koedoeberg

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    Hello Bob

    Here is the link to the website of the taxidermist :
    www.kwiktan.com

    I will put up the priceslist as soon as possible.

    With regard to a taxidermist , I will be happy to take the trophies to the
    taxidermist of your choice as long its within the same range.

    thanks
    willem
     
  7. Bobpuckett

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    THANKS Jerome for clarifying that for me, and THANK YOU Willem for the link to Kwiktan. Hope to see you in South Africa Bob
     
  8. Elgavilan

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    My Estimates:

    Kudu = 55.5"
    Eland = 37.5"
    Blue Wildebeast = 26.25"
    Warthog = 13.75"

    Mike
     
  9. Ardent

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    Kudu 57.25
    Eland 35.25
    Wildebeest 29.00
    Warthog 13.25
     
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    kudu - 54"
    eland - 38"
    wildebeest - 26"
    warthog - 12.50"
     
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    Here's my guesses:

    Kudo = 58.75
    Eland = 38.50
    Blue Wildebeest = 20.50
    Warthog = 12.75

    Cliff Garstka, Sr.
     
  12. johncrighton

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    Great idea for a contest - hope I win as my wife has FINALLY decided she wants to experience Africa for herself and we would love to go over there together and hunt for our 20th anniversary (she has her Tikka 6.5x55 Swede all ready to go!)

    Our guesses:

    kudu- 50.75
    eland- 36
    wildebeest- 24.5
    warthog- 13.5
     
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    how do you enter the safari trip?
     
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  15. BigUglyMan

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    Kudu - 52.25"
    Eland - 40.25"
    Wildebeest - 24.5"
    Warthog - 13.75
     
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    Kudu - 54"
    Eland - 36"
    Wilderbeest - 28"
    Warthog - 10"
     
  17. Rustie

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    and the winning numbers are:

    Kudu - 54.25
    Eland - 37.25
    Wildebeest - 27.5
    Warthog - 14

    Ok so lets go Bowhunting when can I come pop in I am very close by.......
     
  18. Gary Graham

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    Hi all
    these are my guess
    Kudu 55"
    eland 37,5"
    wildebeest 26,5"
    warthog 27,5"

    Gary
     
  19. Koedoeberg

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    Hallo Guys

    Thanks for entering !
    Rustie ,I enjoy the confidence on the "winning numbers"

    thanks
    willem
     
  20. Ben Meyer

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    Hallo Almal

    Hier is die regte LOTO nom's ;)
    Kudu 57,50"
    eland 38,75"
    wildebeest 24,75"
    warthog 13,75"

    Sterkte vir almal

    Groete
    Ben Meyer
     

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