Varmint Hunting

Discussion in 'Hunting Africa' started by WyoJoe, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. WyoJoe

    WyoJoe New Member

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    Is there any "varmint hunting" in Africa? Here in the US it is a whale of a time taking a .22 or .243 & shooting prairie dogs. Just wondering if there was something over there where a person could burn up 100+ rounds a day eradicating pests.
     
  2. owenowen

    owenowen AH Veteran

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    HI

    Hi,

    Basically at our place any stray wild cat or dog is shot on site because they carry diseases and they catch a lot of our game. We dont have a huge problem where we would need to use up 100 shells hehehe thanks goodness.

    All the other pests are taken by our hunters like jackal, caracal, wild cats and so on ..

    hope this answers ur question.

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  3. WyoJoe

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    Yes it does.
     

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