Day 7: Checking leopard baits but no hits. I get to shoot an impala for camp meat, which we would enjoy some of it for the next two nights! We see another big blue eland bull, and another 5' klippy as well as some grysbok in the morning. After lunch, we look for buff, kudu, and bushbuck with no luck until last light. On the way back to camp, there is a sudden hard tap on the roof of the truck. To our left is a herd of buff, we quickly grab our binos to take a look. The are relatively calm, and we drive down a road that intersects with the main road to get a better look. The herd is probably 30-40 buffalo, We identify 2 shootable bulls in the herd, one of which is close to what I'm looking for, but not quite there. I already have a buff, and the next one I would like to do my best to find one that fits the configuration/shape I am looking for. It was exciting to see, and the adrenaline rush kicked in where you get mentally geared up for stalk. It also looked like another shooter in the back, but we couldn't quite make him out and light was fading fast, so we left after they trotted away. We will check back in the area tomorrow for the herd.