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    Attention bow hunters!!!!!!

    I am offering this great deal to all bowhunters, on a 7400 acre bow hunting only ranch. It is in the malaria free North West Province of South Africa.

    The farm has 19 state of the art hides and walk and stalk is also a possibility. On this ranch you can also have a close encounter with the herd of 13 white rhino that walks the property.

    7 Days with 5 full hunting days £1320 (1x 1)
    Observers£95per day

    Trophy Price list

    Blesbok £155
    Impala £155
    Warthog £125
    Zebra £382
    Blue wildebeest £375
    Black wildebeest £530
    Eland £1120
    Waterbuck £625
    Bushbuck £ 562
    Nyala £1180
    Kudu £1150
    Gemsbok £ 530
    Springbok £375
    Mountain Reedbuck £ 400
    Giraffe (Black Bulls) £ 940

    I offer these greatly reduced trophy prices to the first 3 hunters that take up this offer. You can build your own package and swap around the trophies to suite your pocket.

    Pictures of some of the hides, all of them is of the same standard


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    Daily rates include :

    Services of licensed Professional Hunter, Tracker, Skinner and hunting vehicle
    Comfortable accommodation within the hunting area during your stay.
    All meals, table juice, coffee and tea during your stay.
    All soft drinks, beer and mineral water in moderation.
    Daily laundry services.
    Field preparation of trophies and delivery to shipping agent or taxidermist.


    Daily rates exclude:

    International and domestic air travel.
    Trophy fees of animals bagged, wounded or lost.
    Accommodation, meals and beverages before or after the safari.
    Taxidermist fees, dipping, packing, insurance and transport to place of destination.
    Gratuities to staff, professional hunters and camp staff.

    Hunting Area 3000ha Fenced
    Outfitter - Myself
    PH - Myself

    Best Regards

    Gerrit jv Vuuren PH & Outfitter
    Bos en Dal Safaris- South Africa
    gerrit@ehw.co.za
    Home - Bos en Dal Safaris


  2. #2
    These are pictures taken from some of the hides. I will try and set up a trail cam this week to get some more Pics.






    My Best

    Gerrit jv Vuuren PH & Outfitter
    Bos en Dal Safaris- South Africa
    gerrit@ehw.co.za
    Home - Bos en Dal Safaris


  3. #3
    nice package my mouth is watering. bowhunting africa is somthing else very very addictive do you do spot and stalk as well as blind

  4. #4
    oh my goodness this is appealing !
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

  5. #5
    is there rules on bow poundage and broadhead type etc?
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

  6. #6
    hell yes...very appealing..., on the bow min. 50lbs with a 3 bade 120gr muzzy - excellent killing power!!!
    Patrick Reynecke (Bushwack Safaris)
    Web: http://www.bushwacksafaris.co.za
    Mobile:+27 82 773 4099
    Mail: bushwacksafaris@vodamail.co.za

  7. #7
    I haven't actually bow hunted yet but can hold a good group with my 70lb bow , would you say a beginner would be suited to this ? what sort of distance do you generally shoot at ? I should say that I've stalked for over 20 years with a rifle.
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by gr1ffer View Post
    nice package my mouth is watering. bowhunting africa is somthing else very very addictive do you do spot and stalk as well as blind
    Yes sir we do blind as well as spot and stalk!!

    is there rules on bow poundage and broadhead type etc?


    The minimum poundage for small game is 40Lb up and to blesbok, medium game 68lb up to giraffe. I use a 70lb with fixed blade nitron broadheads. enough killing power there.

    Gerrit jv Vuuren PH & Outfitter
    Bos en Dal Safaris- South Africa
    gerrit@ehw.co.za
    Home - Bos en Dal Safaris


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    tackb

    shooting distance will be from 20 - 30 yards from blinds, even when stalking one would try and get as close as possible to these distances. that 70lb bow would be perfect. With your experience i wont see any problems. maybe spend a day or two in the blind and break the ice with the bow and get the confidence up, then take it on for some walk and stalk.

    Best Regards

    Gerrit jv Vuuren PH & Outfitter
    Bos en Dal Safaris- South Africa
    gerrit@ehw.co.za
    Home - Bos en Dal Safaris


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    thanks for that , i'm confident to 40m with an apple sized target so 20 - 30 metres wouldn't worry me unduly ?

    I can feel an argument coming on with the missus................
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

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