Safari Details & Hunting Guidelines

Safari Details & Hunting Guidelines

PROFESSIONAL HUNTERS, STAFF, SKINNERS & TRACKERS

Our team of dedicated, licensed and highly experienced Professional Hunters, trackers and skinners, will guide, assist and attempt to educate you every step of the way. Together, the team has guided clients armed with rifle and bow to more than 50 species of game. You will arrive as a client and you will leave as a friend, with memories that we will all treasure forever.

HUNTING VEHICLES

We utilize a fleet of new, well-maintained, fully equipped 4x4 hunting and utility vehicles. Our vehicles all have radio communication to keep in contact with the camp and each other.

SHOOTING RANGE

We have a very well equipped 150-yard shooting range that will ensure that you will be able to zero your rifles properly and hassle free before you go in search of that dream trophy.

SHOT PLACEMENT

The majority of shots are taken between 100-200 yards. Below are pictures showing where bullet placement should be, depending on the angle at which the animal is standing. On the pictures you will notice a red circle, bullet placement anywhere within this circle will hit the lung/heart area, which will result in a quick death, your Proffessional guide will also educate you on what the best shot placement will be.


FIREARMS & AMMUNITION

FIREARMS

By law a minimum caliber of .375 is to be used to hunt any of the Big 5 (Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino and Elephant). A .375 is a versatile caliber and can be used on every plains game species as well. Very good soft nose ammunition is always recommended, but especially on Big Five species. As recommendation for all plains game species, calibers such as .300 Win mag, 338,7mm, 7mm, 30-06 and the like are best suited for African antelope.

SCOPE

Choose a good quality variable scope to use on your rifle, as a suggestion; 3x9 power is sufficient in Leupold/Zeiss make. Bring the rifle that you shoot best. We as Professional Hunters prefer good shot placement over and above any high power firearms.

AMMUNITION 

Choice of bullet should be a swift A Frame, Woodleigh, Barnes X, Nosler partition or Hornady soft nose.

GENERAL HUNTING RULES

CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL

No alcohol may be consumed before or during the hunt. Hunting will not be allowed if under the influence of alcohol. This is the sole discretion of management.

HUNTING ETHICS

Our professional hunters will ensure that they adhere to the highest ethics, allowing for a fair chase at all times. Should you feel that according to you the professional hunter did not perform in an ethical manner, please do not hesitate to talk to management about it.

SAFETY

Firearm safety should be considered first priority, your firearm must be unloaded at all times and only loaded on the instructions of the professional hunter. When driving please make sure that your firearm is unloaded and pointing down to the floor of the vehicle. Ensure that firearms are unloaded and magazines emptied before entering the camp.

WOUNDING OF ANIMALS

An animal is considered wounded if any blood is found, no matter how little. This animal is then considered to have been hit and therefore the client needs to pay for the animal in full. Care must be taken by the client that his/her shot placement is correct to ensure that you leave with all your trophies. Make sure you are comfortable when taking the shot.

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CRAIG BODDINGTON ENDORSED OUTFITTER

We are proud to announce that we are a Craig Boddington Endorsed Outfitter.

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