Discussion in 'FREE Hunts & Giveaways' started by LouisB, Jul 20, 2010.
A Sonoran Double A morning's outing for Gamble's Quail near the house here in AZ, Feb. 2010.
My boy & girl on a good MT morning.. A chilly but GOOD day on the MT prairie with my pups, 2007.
Father and son. Proud? I think so.
AINT I HANDSOME ????
My Hunting Partner - MAXIMUS
Ibex Hunt Pakistan 2009.
Nice trophy standing.
The only drinking water available in Ibex hunt Pakistan 2009.
After all ur hunting on mountains.
Holding my 7mm BRNO.
On the way to Ibex hunt a 3 days hiking journey.
Gate to the jungle
8 days later - the buff is down and I'm too
the biggest wild boar I ever shot
better than words: pictures
During a 3 days hinking journy for Ibex Hunt Pakistan
Resting and waiting for camels to come down.
Some african words
There is said than images are much better than words. That´s this case: I couldn´t explain better the magic of the moment they were taken. Try to find the details on them, ´cause there are very specials....the nails of the trucker similar to the ostrich´s ones, the perfection on cebra´s skin.....
Best regards from Spain,
Two hogs for the two of us - best way to enjoy hunting is with my son!
Some other words from a recent african experience...
Thank Goodness for the Jack Russell
Well we weren't having much luck with bushbuck and we sat over a large soybean feild were they had been doing some crop damage. At last light this fellow steps out at 150-175 yards and I placed my shot a little too far back and only caught the off-side lung. When I took the shot I was sitting and shooting over Johans shoulder, the scope came back and hit me in the eyebrow, as blood was running into my eye Johan is telling me to "shoot again, shoot again." By the time the I cleared my eye, the bushbuck made it back into the tall reeds. Johan made a decision to go back to camp, have a drink, I smoked a cigar, gave time for the bullet to work and most importantly get the little jack russell terrier. Johan and I headed back to the tall reeds armed with my rifle, Johans shotgun with buckshot and a team of men with bright flashlights. When we got back the jackie picked up the blood right away and found the buck dead. Quite good excitement for a bushbuck.
My best fallow deer to date with a bow
This is my fallow deer taken with my Botech Air Raid from 32 yards. With a lot of hard work it finaly paid of with this good open range trophy at 248dp.
Victoria falls 2009 (Helicopter view)
Matetsi river, Zimbabwe 2009, a place where we shot our crocodile
I shot a Kudu female for villagers
My Bushbuck of Hwange, Zimbabwe 2009
This is a picture of my sons very first hunt.
He shot a Blesbok at a distance of 105 meters. He was using my rifle, a Musgrave in .270 caliber handloaded witg 110 grain GS custom bullets.
His name is Divan Viljoen and is 11 years old.
Since we are mainly biltong hunters, an opportunity like yours is a lifelong dream.
Although this is no trophy buck, we would appreciate you considering our entry.
Joggie and Divan Viljoen
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