Having just returned from my 2nd safari, this time in South Africa, last time in Zim I have a better understanding from my own perspective. Zim was no high fences and animals wandered at will. Densities varied. In South Africa all were high fenced and most of the species were bred and born on the property or had been there for a number of years. Several factors must be included in my opinion to constitute fair chase. 1. Does the animal have a chance to elude hunters on the property for an extended period of time such as a week of hard hunting. If so I consider that fair chase. Factors that make that possible are; A. Size of property B. Cover and terrain of property C. Animal density A large wide open property is not as hard to hunt as a smaller property with thick bush. Even large properties where animals are stocked at such high levels that animals are literally everywhere you look seems to tarnish the free chase mantle. If trophies are of such density that you do not have to expend much effort to get one that seems to me to diminish the experience. Hunting must be a challenge to be rewarding for me. Size of property is of minimal concern to me rather than difficulty of the hunt.