Monster Crocodiles To Hunt US$7,500

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  1. Moretla Safaris

    Moretla Safaris SPONSOR Since 2018 AH Veteran

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    These monster crocodiles are extremely dangerous game to hunt and a low recoil rifle with enough muscle is advisable. Crocodile hunting requires patience as they are shy and cautious animals. Hunting will be done from a pre-erected hide on the banks of a waterbody and a dead rest shot would be required to hit the golf ball sized brain or spine. If you are interested in a serious challenge on a seriously dangerous animal, this hunt is for you.


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    · 5 Days (3 Hunting Days & 2 Travel Days)
    · Accommodation, meals, soft drinks and beverages in moderation
    · Trophy Fees
    · Services of a licensed professional hunter
    · Transport to and from OR Tambo International airport
    · Hunter, tracker and ground staff
    · Ground transportation for the duration of your safari
    · Field preparation of trophies and forwarding them to a shipping agent of your choice

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    · Dipping, packaging any processing of trophies
    · Shipping charges for your trophies to your own country
    · All International and Domestic flights
    · Accommodation before and after safari dates
    · Staff tips & Gratuities


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  2. CAustin

    CAustin AH ENABLER BRONZE SUPPORTER AH Ambassador

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    Can you say what a monster crocodile is to you? In other words what might the hunter expect to harvest?
    When you say body of water is this a river or Dam?
    Thank you!
     
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  3. Moretla Safaris

    Moretla Safaris SPONSOR Since 2018 AH Veteran

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    Hi CAustin,
    the smallest we will harvest is 13 feet but 16 - 18 feet is possible.
    We will hunt both rivers and dams. Where the animals are depends on when the hunt takes place.

    Cheers
    Moretla team
     
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  4. Moretla Safaris

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    If you looking to do a crocodile hunt in the 2020 season this package is available
     
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  5. spike.t

    spike.t AH ENABLER SPONSOR Since 2013 AH Ambassador

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    Just out of interest how many in the 16 ft and above size have you taken?
     
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    I shot a 13’2” croc in Tanzania. I was thrilled. Unfortunately, 13’2” in the wide open world is one thing. When you get home and try to find space for something that big in your house is quite another. It currently lives in my garage. So bigger is not always better. Think about this before you go for the biggest thing out there. I did not.
     
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