I don't know if is bad manners or taking liberties but I'm in a bit of a tight spot with my gun licenses. I need to have two landowners give me a letter that I have hunted or are welcome to hunt on their properties. The trouble is that my licenses have to be in by close of business on Thursday (38 hours from now!!)... I was hoping you could point me to someone that would be able to help.
What are the logistics of getting to Victoria Falls and possibly Kruger on the way by. Would like to spend a day or 2 around Kruger and see some of the big 5. Hearing lions at night or morning is also a great experience I would love to share.
Message is too kind so sent you an email via your website.
Good morning! I'm interested in your group hunt with Brickburn. I'm exclusively a bow hunter and know that Brickburn in a bow hunter also. In the description of the hunt, it says that 'a few bow blinds are available'. My question becomes, would a 'few bow blinds' be enough to accommodate at least two bow hunters for the duration of a hunt?
Hi Hi Marius thanks for the PM, could you email me regarding a possible hunt for 2017 September. I have been to the RSA 3 times and i'm after a good bow hunting property for Kudu, Nyala and Zebra with the possiblity of Stenbuck, Warthog. I normally hunt for 7 full days, pick up from PE airport. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, Camo is legal in South Africa. Please no white hunting clothes or caps. You will be surprised how many I get of those....
All animals should be taken on the shoulder. It makes the retrieval a lot easier, knowing that the animal dropped in its tracks. One thing to keep in mind on the Blue Wildebeest is the hump on its back, gives a false centre line of the animal, when viewed from side-on, causing a lot of hunter to place their shot too high.
The hunt is going to be great! Looking forward to having you guys over.
I don't know where you're located, but I'd be happy to let you try out my Krieghoff. I'm located in West Tennessee and the local gun club has a skeet layout and is located not far from my farm. We're about five miles from the Kentucky state line and about 100 miles west of Nashville.
I just joined today, I live in Louisiana. I joined mostly because of all of the 35 Whelen discussion as I am now very interested In the 35 Whelen. I have an 1885 Highwall that J.E.S.S. rebored to 35 Whelen