Well on the morning of the 16th of May we left Father and Sons Safaris and went to Umlindi Taxidermy in Cradock to drop off the animals from this hunt then went on to Tarkastad to meet up with Johan Dreyer the General Manager of HHS and to be our PH for the rest of our stay at Huntershill. Well we meet up in Tarkastad and introduce our self's and head for Huntershill of course first things first we head to the office to take care of all the paperwork and be assigned our room Funny thing was it turned out to be the first room we stayed in on our very first hunt to Huntershill many years ago and that turned out to be such a great hunt it really had me looking forward to this one. So after dropping off the luggage and pulling the Crossbow back out of the case we head back to the lodge for some lunch. With a quick lunch out of the way we set down and talk about our plans for the hunt and I let Johan know that I was hoping to take my buffalo with a Crossbow which came as a little surprise as I had not even told them I was bringing one but if push come shove I would take the loan of a rifle. Johan said no problem we would try our best to take him with the crossbow but just in case lets go to the range and try out the rifles we would use. So we get to the Range and Johan gets everything set up then pulls out a CZ 550 in a 375 H&H that shot like a dream with a trigger pull about 2 1/2 pound pull then he pulls out this Sako 300 Win Mag with a suppressor on it that shot so sweet that if I could have figured out a way to get it home I would have tried to talk him out of it. After that we decide to just take a ride around and see what we could see and we seen a lot but nothing we wanted to take that evening so it was back to the lodge for drinks and Dinner and an early night to bed as we had big plans for tomorrow. So the next morning we meet at the lodge at 7:00 am for a bigger breakfast than any one man should eat and decide that this morning we're going to try for Deb's Golden Wildebeest so we head out and Lord knows we seen hundreds we would stop when we saw a bunch sometimes on a hillside other times hiding in the brush we finally spot a herd of about 60 -80 animals and we glass them real good and sure enough there are some real shooters in this bunch so the stalk is on. It isn't long before we are about 250 yards out and the herd starts to move a little just then 2 big bulls walk out and skyline their self Johan says there's your shot so Deb get's on the sticks looks through the scope and says which one so Johan and I look though the glasses and at the same time say either one I can't tell the difference in them so one quick shot at 250 yards and Deb has another 1 shot kill and the first animal is down. After some pictures it's off to the skinning shed and lunch.