We proceed to cut up the buff for hyena bait and head out to hang a second bait and refresh as well as expand our drags. The next day reveals nothing had hit our two baits. We believe that the drought has left so many carcasses out that the hyenas are not responding to the baits. Shortly after a neighboring property owner confirms our worse suspicions when he explains that there is a vast amount of carrion in the field. We stay late this night and listen for hyena, but to no avail. However all is not lost as we hear leopards sawing, hippos and even spot a large lion track just before nightfall. The next day reveals that a leopard had been at the bait, but no hyenas.
We realize then that the hyena was not to be and our hunt draws to an end. One final evening shared with new friends and then we were off to visit some other friends in Port Elizabeth.
Before we go, Marius let's me try out his double, i now fully understand the relationship between a PH and his double ... i did not want to give it back
Hello, saw that you want the Jeffries brass. So you an either send a USPS money order or paypal i guess, which ever works for you is fine with me at this point. If you want to us Paypal use [redacted] friends and family and dont mention gun stuff at all or they will go bananas! LOL!
Hey Jim, I read that you’re from Dequincey and just returned from Africa. I’m from Lake Charles and went there in April. What outfitter did you use and would you share your experience and pics? I won our trip to Kuche through DU.
Hello! Nice rifle! I have IDENTICAL rifle in 375 H&H so i was wondering what gunsmith did the work on it? Appreciate it and if you decide there is anything you are willing to take in partial trade, let me know. I have quite a few pistols, long guns and sxs & o/u shotguns as well.
Let me know if you are looking for anything in particular.