Hi everyone, been out filming loads of hunts, but been a bit slow in posting stuff on YouTube. Here's an interesting dropshot on a Cape Kudu while filming with Jonie du Randt, Owner P/H of Omni Hunting Safaris. We hunted for 7 days before getting this nice bull. This is a true free-range kudu...
Just to set the record straight: Lady in question (client's wife) stayed about 500 yards behind with buff on the other side of the lake on the final stalk. With that .416 Weatherby, I guess you need a muzzle brake. I personally hate them (muzzle brakes, but do use a suppressor -...
Thanks for the compliment. I must agree, there's nothing like sneaking up to a big male lion when you're out in the open. Sure gets everything pumping. If you are looking to having your hunt filmed , have a look at my web site for details: HUNT PRODUCTIONS | PERSONALIZED HUNTING...
Camerman pleads guilty in this case (me). As you can see on the video, the lion fell in long grass and rather than doing a lot of "gardening" around the trophy, I asked to have it moved to a better spot where I could have it in an open patch rather than destroy vegetation.
Hi everyone. Here's a lion hunt clip (abbreviated) from about a week ago while filming with Tam Safaris. Not so sure if this guy wanted to take a bite at us, ...... Client used a .416 Weatherby. Hope you enjoy the clip. Here it is:
Here's a Zebra hunt with a slight difference. Client used his .470 double which means that one has to get close, less than 80 yards. Not easy in open terrain. Congrats to Stephen Tam of Tam Safaris for an excellent stalk. Sometimes things work out :)!
Here's the video: