I am heading out for my first African hunt next month. I will be bringing my bow and hunting plains game in South Africa on a 10 day hunt with Limcroma Safaris. The thing is I'm starting to have some reservations about bow hunting and sitting in a blind all the time. I bow hunt from treestands all the time at home and have no problem sitting in trees several days but I never have really enjoyed sitting in blinds as much, probably because the visibility is so much more limited. My concern is that as a bow hunter my best chance of connecting on game will be from a blind. I have very limited experience spot and stalk hunting with my bow. But I'm afraid that I will not get the full experience of hunting in Africa if sitting in a blind every day. I'm considering bow hunting from blinds part of the time and maybe borrowing a gun from the outfitter and doing some spot and stalk hunting part of the time as well. As I read hunt reports on here I enjoy the stories of driving around seeing the countryside in search of game then formulating a plan and making a move after spotting a good animal. I haven't read many hunt reports detailing the excitement of shooting an animal out of the window of a blind. Is it just me? Has any other bow hunters out there had these feelings? Have many of you split time between a bow and a rifle?