congratulation to both tap and tappette sound like you really are living the dream
this lepard hunting sounds so exciting all this adrenalin , the good wife sound like she can hold her own in dangerous sqeezes just like your self mate
cant wait to see your photos
thanks for sharing
I did warn you jeff so don't blame me for your addiction. If your woman is really wanting a leopard give peter a call and purchase that zim cancelation leopard hunt. Its about as cheap as they come. Next to that your next best option is jeromes place as his place is covered with cats and they are the cheapest advertised rates you can find outside of a cancelation hunt.
And for the record I did get my monster eland. He had everything I wanted. His horns were 30" long and he had almost no ridge. The ridge was worn completely off and it looked like polished ivory. that thing was huge. I will post pics of him later but Peter is the one who put me onto that eland. We had no eland at doddieburn so he took me to hunt the laddie ranch with a ph by the name of Norman who stays drunk. Anyways he knew of a place where he always saw eland crossing in the evenings and put me on to a monster free range wilderness livingstone eland. the bull I shot was an absolute brute! We ran out of food at our lodge so the meat was a welcom site. It was welcome until we actually tried to cut the steaks with our forks and knives. Then we discovered the entire bull was made of boot leather. Trying to eat him only added to my trophy. worn down horns, giant body, huge duelap, and steaks that you can't cut with a chainsaw. He's was one old monster bull!
Mule deer and Colorado elk seasons almost done! Hunters driving farm roads, looking for racks, their PH driving them along, I ask that you not pull into my drive. The buck behind me, on the boundary line of the GMU somehow knows. The hunter laughs, I would invite you in to see my Searcy rifles but social distancing prevails, darkness arrives and the buck slides away into secret tree grove...