Discussion in 'Hunting Pictures' started by Takeri Reserve Zambia, Aug 5, 2014.
don't you know you must only use big hooks ,to catch big hippo........
here you go simon @TMS taken 10 mins ago from the first floor verandah !!!
Looks like you have a large rise and fall ,with your tides there, skipper
there was a hippo on the other end of the line caught through the ear , and we worked the boat to keep it on for about 10 mins, as to start with we werent sure what it was until it eventually came up
yup big spring tides can be 40ft difference. not many places in the world with higher .
Spike, another beer and I will tell how we catch hippo on fly rods.
Those are beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing.
Why not just dive in, wrestle them outta the water, and go fist to cuff with the hippos? Fishing gear seems an unfair advantage don't you think?
A little 30's style boxing. "Put up your dukes, hippo"
Still learning every day mate.
ok so have you maxed the credit card out yet? and what shabeen you in?
Thank our lucky stars for the few $$$$$ tips....
so simon @TMS i take it you are in moz now? and here is to the babalaas you will have tomorrow
Spike, was only pulling your leg. Still in SA.
bloody amateurs!! .............cant even properly.......
I'm afraid the only sunset photo I have. Taken at camp in the Baviaans mountains in the Eastern Cape. The times I hunted in South Africa, I was either in a vehicle on my way to hunt a concession during the sunrise. Or on my way back from a concession when the sun was setting. I will have to make extra time for photos the next time I am in Africa.
a picture that you might dream from untouchable Africa
I will admit that I only got one good sunset picture this last trip, but I did get one.
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