Welcome to AHWelcome Decker9! For sure you found the right place with AH. I assure you will not be disappointed with the support you will find here. That is a fine looking 458 your grandad built. I sure hope you make your maiden trip to Africa soon as I can’t wait to hear your story when you get back. Besides, the sooner you go the sooner you can go back!!
Khomas Highland Hunting Safaris of Namibia, welcomes you to the greatest forum on earth.
Love that rifle of yours, Beauty.
And British Columbia ya, God was in a very good mood when he created that part of the world.
Staggering beauty, not over-populated with people but with plenty of fish and wild animals for sure.
Mountain goats, one of the world’s finest game animals.
Hunting them is not for the faint of heart but what a prize.
And, although admittedly I’ve never taken one, I surely have eaten them so, I can honestly say that they are tip top table fare.
When you get around to it, have a look into the Khomas Safaris web site.
G’day and welcome. BC is certainly beautiful. I’m currently in Smithers for a couple of days after my first hunt here.
thanks mate . I’ve been hunting moose with Spartize. Had a great trip. I considered getting a goat tag as well…..just incase I filled the moose tag early. I filled it but, not early.Thank you R eight!!
What were you hunting? Smithers is a town I tell everyone they should visit, such a nice place. I’m a couple hours east of Smithers, otherwise I’d invite you for coffee!!
Hope you’re enjoying your trip!!
Probably the scariest time’s of my life have been hunting mountain goats lol, they really make a guy work for them, especially the old mature billys.
Did you by chance get to try goat liver? Theirs something magical about it. Long story short, the grass/feed that grows above timberline, is so full of nutrition, compared to feed that grows in lower elevations, a goat can live off of very minimal amounts throughout the winter months.
Now that liver, the filter, I have never felt an energy boost like I have after a feed of goat liver. Most folks don’t pack out the liver, I always say, “you shoot him in the liver you’re packing it out yourself haha”).
I poked around your site a bit, very intriguing!! I’m really hoping I can swing a trip over there in 2026/27.