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Eastern Cape Kudu Hunting

The bright light and shrill from the cell phone resting on the bedside table broke the darkness in the room and cut through the silence. Officially it was time to wake up but in truth, I was awake long before my alarm went off, my mind already tuned and prepped for the task that lay ahead. Today we hunt Kudu.   No Kudu hunt in Africa is ever the same as the last, it doesn't get easier, it certainly doesn't get any less enjoyable and there are no guarantees when you decide that you want to accept the challenge of hunting these prodigious animals. I have guided many hunters onto successfully shooting a mature Kudu bull, I have also failed...

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6 Steps To Booking Your Hunting Safari

For many hunters the dream of hunting in Africa remains just that, a dream. Whether it be down to finances, work and family commitments or simply not even knowing where to begin and how to actually book a hunting safari. I have over eight years as an Outfitter and fifteen years as a Professional Hunter, I have zero experience in being a family therapist and don’t hold a degree in finances so I can’t help you with the first reasons for not booking a hunting safari, but I certainly can help in guiding you through the process of booking one.   Within this blog I will outline the processes, steps and factors to consider when booking a trip but for...

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Top 5 Animals To Hunt In South Africa

We put together our Top 5 animals to hunt in South Africa on your first trip and the reasons why we chose them plus our main piece of advice for each! 1. Buffalo If you going to begin you might as well go big, and there isn't many animals bigger or badder than the Cape Buffalo.  With nicknames such as The Black Death, Dagga Boy and The Tank, the Buffalo demands respect and is a worthy opponent in the African bush. Generally a high priced animal, the thrill and adrenaline of hunting these huge beasts is certainly worth the price tage. Whether you are tracking them along the muddy banks of a river, peering through the thick Acacia trees to...

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