Discussion in 'Hunting Africa' started by KMG Hunting Safaris, May 25, 2018.
25 1/4" Impala
The Coup de Grace was very impressive.
You certainly have a knack for taking quality photos. I really take notice of quality, natural photo set-ups, and lots of guys fall short. I don’t always get it right myself. But you guys have nailed it.
Nice Marius, as usual all great trophies.
Wow that hunter did well! Congrats
Thank you sir.
Thanks Kurt. Miss your face my brother.
Thanks Charles. Appreciate it.
Marius, nice way to start off the 2018 photo thread. Looking forward to seeing more great animals and happy hunters!
A little Impala for the Eastern Cape!
Congratulations to a fortunate hunter.
Marius @KMG Hunting Safaris, shoot me a PM on a Vitoria Falls/Bushbuck/Baboon adventure for 2019. Needs to be in prime whale watching season.
Will do so before the end of today. Just on my way out for a Kudu.
The Coup de Grace wound up impressive but leading up to it was not so impressive. Thanks again Marius for this hunt of a lifetime brother. Maybe another couple trips around the sun and I’ll be back.
This Kudu was wounded the day before. We tracked it for 9 miles until just before dark, and marked the last spot as we crossed a road.
We picked up the tracks early the next morning and the dogs worked well in tandum, picking up the scent where the other lost it.
Upon retrieval of the Kudu, we found that the bull was killed during the night by a Leopard. Bite marks on the nose and kick marks on the Kudu's chest from the rear claws were clearly visible. The cat also dragged the Kudu 20ft to an area under a canopy where it felt safe. This was evident by the hair stuck on the rocks, and disturbed plantation.
Photos clearly show the piece that was eaten by the cat.
Memorable kudu hunt! Love the composition of that impala photo!
Great to hear the dogs are working well together! They are not just another pretty face, eh?
Yeah, but both comes with gas......
Wow...excellent tracking job! And maybe even thanks to the leopard for ending it sooner! The countdown is on for me now!
That smells familiar! Flex and Turd are still up to their old tricks.
Great job as always.
WHEW!!! I remember that 9 mile day. Marius was abusing his fat out shape hillbilly that day.
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