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Discussion in 'Hunting Africa' started by hammerguy, Jul 31, 2019.

  1. Newboomer

    Newboomer GOLD SUPPORTER AH Elite

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    Good luck on your zebra. If you like a fun challenge, chase springbok one day. Crazy little devils will run you ragged.
     

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  3. ActionBob

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    They're like potato chips, you can't stop at one;)
     
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  4. Bullthrower338

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    I mean, sure concentrate on your zebra, but you're since you're there you're surely going to want to plug a warthog, 'pala at least whilst you are there...
     

  6. hammerguy

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    Pumbaa?!? Couldn't do it. No issue at all with those that do, I just have a weird thing about some animals.
    Zebra on this trip. I'm glad to hear it's a challenge and not like shooting a donkey. Those who have locally criticized my choice (besides being clueless) have said "you want to shoot a horse? I'd chase some birds too maybe. I love upland bird hunting.
    When I go back it'll be buffalo, gemsbok (one of the prettiest animals on the planet IMHO),kudu, and (multiple) springbok (I hear they are challenging and tasty and I've seen the most beautiful round rug made out of a bunch of hides sewn together).
     
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  7. ActionBob

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    Zebras are definitely not horses;) I had that attitude on my first trip but was quickly proven wrong....
     

  8. Bwana Bob

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    If anybody tells you zebra are easy to hunt they probably never hunted them. I have had the pleasure of going on four safaris and with the exception of kudu, I found them very difficult to hunt. Good hunting
     

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    my wife and i have hunted with Ernest 3 different times,doesn't get any better.
     

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