I had the pleasure of hunting with Jacques Strauss of Kowas Hunting Safaris in 2016.
He was the junior of two Professional Hunters on my safari and was there to assist on what became a successful hunt for a big tom leopard that had managed to survive two previous safaris that had sought...
I had the pleasure of witnessing Jacques’ expertise hunting leopard in November 2016. Extremely knowledgeable, resourceful, tireless, calm, always positive . . . ALL the most valued traits in a professional hunter . . . a real master of his craft. I cannot recommend him enough!
During a discussion with a shipping agent/freight forwarder in Namibia this past week, he reported that he had just learned that sea/surface shipping lines have announced that they will no longer handle shipments of hunting trophies. Much like several major international air carriers have...
Greetings from Seattle.
Wow, great photos you've posted on the Liam Urey Safaris thread!
I particularly like the Dik-Dik photo. Where did you take it?
I hunted numerous Dik-Dik in Ethiopia, but never did get a very good photo of a live one.
And that shotgun with hen mallard is also a...
Greetings from Seattle. WOW! WHAT A FISH!!
We hav lots of salmon here in the NW, but your fish is amazing.
What species is it?
Bob (Anbessa Gedai)
PS. I'm referring to your photo posted in the photo competition string.
Oh my gosh, sad, SAD news indeed. The last time I saw Cam was at the SCI-Vegas convention in February, and I've been thinking to try giving him a call for the past several weeks. I say try because I knew he was planning several adventures this year, and his adventures would ALWAYS be "out of...
Greetings and salutations to all fellow
I happen to be back in my old home town of Addis Ababa at the moment . . . stopping over while en route to Kenya & Mozambique.
And I can confirm hyenas still roam the streets here as I heard one no more than a block away when...
My first African trophy was a Lesser Kudu bull hunted in the Awash Desert in eastern Ethiopia in 1986. Unfortunately I entrusted a number of trophies to the government owned "Taxidermy Cooperative" for safe-keeping and the Lesser Kudu cape skin was rendered un-mountable by insect damage.