Impala Culling

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  1. jnj.paquot

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    200 Impala that needs culling before the 31st of May 2011. Place: Hoedspruit,Limpopo. Prices: $150/Impala (Male & Female) Daily Rates/Person Sharing: $80 (Minimum booking: 2 Persons,5 Nights)
    For more information contact me by email.
     
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    Wow, a great way to get some shooting at game animals for minimum costs. Still, you post who the outfitter and Ph is? And and any other costs? Are you most cattering to RSA hunters?

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    I'm myself PH & Outfitter. Its for any hunter,aslong as I can get that 200 Impala shot before 31 May I'll be happy.
    Not Included by the price are: International and domestic air travel, Transfer to and from Johannesburg airport, Packing,Preparation,Documentation and Shipping of Trophies from South Africa and Beverages.
    Included: Service of professional hunter, Service of trackers & skinners, Service of camp staff, Accommodation & Meals and 4x4 vehicle.

    Need 50 percent deposit of the daily rate to book the hunt. Its cheap and lots of fun!!!

    Thanks,
    Julian
     
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    Thanks for the reply! I can't go to Africa this year, but it would have been a great hunt. I think the more shooting a person can get in...the better the hunter they become, and impala are very fun to hunt. You should get some takers on this deal!
     
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    Julian,

    I'm already booked for another hunt in the Limpopo from April 39th to May 5th. However I do have a day to burn on the 6th before I head down to Elisras. Any chance of doing a day hunt to get some shooting in?

    Thanks,

    GregF
     
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    Thats a lot of Impala! That should keep the skinner busy.
     
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    Funny how things work out nice one bushbuck and it is fully deserved yo cannot pretend loving clients in the one post and gunt them in the other after reading this two threads I know for a fact I will not hunt with him and as for the impala well they will have to multiply then
     

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