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Mar 21, 1952 (Age: 68)
San Antonio, Tx
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    Mar 21, 1952 (Age: 68)
    San Antonio, Tx
    Emergency Medicine Physician
    State/Province of residence:
    Country of residence:
    United States
    How did you find AfricaHunting.com?:
    Web search
    I am a:
    • Hunter
    • Fisherman
    Member of:
    Have you hunted in Africa?:
    Number of times I have hunted in Africa:
    South Africa
    Species I have hunted in Africa:
    Kudu, Zebra, Nyala, Impala, Red Hartebeest, Black Wildebeest; Warthog, Duiker, Waterbuck
    My favorite African trophies:
    All of them, or I wouldn't hunt them. I suppose I would always include a zebra and a kudu on every hunt, but my favorite is always the one I am hunting at the moment.
    My preferred weapon(s):
    .300 Win Mag; .375 H&H; 404 Jeffery
    What weapon(s) do you hunt with?:
    • Rifle
    • Bow
    • Shotgun
    My preferred optic(s):
    10 x 50 Binos: Minox;
    Nightforce riflescope 5.5-22x50 for general hunting.
    Nightforce 1-8x 24 for DGX.
    Gear I cannot live without:
    Binos and a decent case to carry them in (Kuiu exceptional); A great gun belt with slides so you can change calibers depending upon the rifle(s) you are hunting with; a custom made knife. Trip insurance, life insurance and Global Rescue or similar (life happens and you may end up on the wrong side of the plans you had made)!
    My best hunting tip:
    Send an extra $5K when you book and allow for serendipity during the hunt. There WILL be the "surprise trophy you can't live without". Make your own shooting sticks and practice off of them regularly before you go. Practice including a local hunt for anything, so you learn how you want to set the sticks up and grip the gun for your shooting. Learn to use your scope whether it's MOA, Mil-radian or 1st or 2nd Focal plane. You'll be much happier than just using it as a magnifier for your eyeball. Know your cartridge trajectory data and consider taping it to your stock with the dial-in required to take a shot at a longer than common distance. LISTEN to your guide/PH. They are your consultant/advisor. Africa will be the best infection you will suffer from chronically for the rest of your life. Be humble, respectful and thankful. Appreciate the country that has hosted you!
    My other interests:
    Ocean fishing out of Kodiak, Alaska
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