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  • Hunting Shows and Events - Hunting South Africa
    not exhibit at all of these but we will be most happy to provide you with any information pertaining to hunting in Africa January 2016 Dallas Safaris Club Convention 7 10 January 2016 Dallas Convention Centre Dallas Texas USA Great Rockies Sportshow 8 10 January 2016 Billings Montana USA International Sportsmen s Exposition 14 17 January 2016 Denver Colorado USA Houston Safari Club Worldwide Hunting Expo 15 17 January 2016 Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel Houston Texas USA The Africa Show 16 17 January 2016 Toronto ON Canada SHOT Show 19 22 January 2016 Sands Expo Convention Centre Las Vegas NV USA International Sportsmen s Exposition 21 24 January 2016 Sacramento California USA African Hunting Events 22 24 January 2016 Carriage House Inn Calgary Canada The Africa Show 23 24 January 2016 Edmonton Canada Grand Slam Club Ovis Annual Hunter Outfitter Convention 27 30 January 2016 Las Vegas NV USA Southeast Outdoors Expo 29 30 January 2016 Raleigh North Carolina USA African Hunting Events 29 31 January 2016 Saskatoon SK Canada The Africa Show 30 31 January 2016 Calgary AB Canada February 2016 Safari Club International 3 6 February 2016 Mandalay Bay Hotel Casino Las Vegas NV USA Great American Outdoor Show 6 14 February 2016 Harrisburg PA USA Jagd Hund 9 14 February 2016 Dortmund Germany Western Hunting Conservation Expo 11 14 February 2016 Salt Lake City UT USA The Africa Show 13 14 February 2016 Orlando FL USA SAFARI EXPO Dates to be advised Crocus Expo International Expo Centre Moscow Russia FeHoVa Hunting and Fishing Exhibition 18 21 February 2016 Hungexpo Budapest Fair Centre Budapest Hungary Hohe Jagd Fischerei 25 28 February 2016 Messezentrum Salzburg Austria Great Rockies Sportshow 26 28 February 2016 Helena MT USA March 2016 International Sportsmen s Exposition and Arizona Boat Show 10 13 March

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  • Hunting Organizations - Hunting South Africa
    to the information you require we will utilize our contacts to obtain the necessary information and will forward it to you as soon as possible PHASA PHASA was formed in 1978 by a group of pioneering men who became icons in the fields of both hunting and conservation Uncle Stevie Smith Basie Maartens Coenraad Vermaak Norman Deane Nico van Rooyen Bill Daly Gary Kelly and Bertie Guillaume to name but a few The PHASA founders were all true visionaries firm in their belief that hunting and the trophy hunting industry in particular has a significant role to play in conservation in South Africa Today PHASA is the largest association of its kind in the world with more than 1 200 members PHASA is the only association in South Africa with the core and sole business of serving the professional hunting industry The association s expertise and vast network in the global hunting fraternity are unparalleled in the country PHASA continuously works with government at all levels including ministerial level and across a number of departments to shape the future of the hunting industry The association actively interacts with most leading role players in the professional hunting industry including international hunting and conservation associations local and international government agencies and NGOs other professional hunting associations from around the globe PH training providers and local recreational hunting associations PHASA is comprised of two separate entities each with its own identity rules aims and objectives The original association PHASA is a non profit body corporate governed by a formal Constitution a strict Code of Conduct and disciplinary procedures Its main purpose is to look after member issues and industry related matters The PHASA Conservation and Empowerment Fund the Fund is a separate non profit company through which PHASA meets its social responsibility commitments DALLAS SAFARI CLUB Since 1972 Dallas Safari Club has been a gathering point for hunters conservationists and wildlife enthusiasts As an international organization Dallas Safari Club offers members annual conventions and expositions annual sporting clay events monthly meetings and other member activities world class publications and a grant in aid program that contributes millions of dollars each year to programs and projects promoting the club s mission to conserve wildlife and wilderness lands to educate youth and the general public and to promote and protect the rights and interests of hunters worldwide Dallas Safari Club funds mission driven programs annually Examples of these are quail research desert bighorn sheep reintroduction and habitat enhancement in Texas moose elk stone sheep and caribou projects in British Columbia elephant and lion projects in Africa DSC considers advocacy as part of its mission DSC and DSC PAC have been very successful in defeating legislation that would have severely curtailed hunting rights and negatively impacted vast tracts of hunting habitat SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL Forty years ago there were many safari clubs across the United States made up of local unaffiliated groups of hunters One such was Safari Club of Los Angeles which was formed in

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  • Booking Details
    are indicated in the correct fields below and correspond exactly with your passport First Name Middle Names Last Name Passport No Country E mail Arrival Departure Information Starting Date Starting Point Starting Time Airline Flight Details Ending Date Ending Point Ending Time Airline Flight Details Special Requirements Do you have any special requirements in regards to diet allergies and medical conditions etc Please specify below Requirements Enter the Code s

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  • Client Feedback
    level of comfort and cleanliness of the vehicles Vehicle Feedback Professional Hunter Evaluation Please provide feedback on each Professional Hunter who accompanied you on your safari or tour Name of PH PH Evaluation Name of PH PH Evaluation Name of PH PH Evaluation Name of PH PH Evaluation Overall Evaluation Notes Kindly evaluate the overall service and professionalism of African Sky hunting and please provide us with some general details and notes 1 star Very Poor 2 Star Poor 3 Star Average 4 Star Good 5 star Exceptional Evaluation Notes How did you find African Safaris Hunting Internet Word of Mouth etc May we use you as a reference Yes No What was the highlight of your trip Could you please write a short testimonial of your experience with African Sky Hotel lodge Evaluation Please rate each lodge hotel and guesthouse visited during your safari or tour according to the following 1 star Very Poor 2 Star Poor 3 Star Average 4 Star Good 5 star Exceptional Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 1 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 2 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 3 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 4 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 5 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 6 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 7 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 8 Impression General Comfort Quality of Room Service Level Quality of Food Lodge Hotel or Guesthouse 9

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  • Trophy Hunting the White Rhino in South Africa
    He has a broader and longer head and a prominent hump in the shoulder region The white rhino is an exclusive grazer social in nature and relatively docile except when mating or protecting their young The rhino can live as long as 40 years The smaller black rhino can be identified by his smaller shorter head and rounder ears he has a distinct prehensile or hooked upper lip He is an exclusive browser The black rhino weighs in at just about a ton and can be much more aggressive than his cousin the white rhino He has been known to charge without provocation Both species and both sexes carry two continuously growing dense horns Dominant breeding bulls can be very territorial Possessed of extremely good hearing and a well developed sense of smell their eyesight is poor making them fairly easy to approach from downwind if your stalk is done slowly and quietly This member of the Big Five has very thick skin thus larger caliber rifles with well constructed bullets are the order of the day Solids will always be a good choice for their excellent penetration but remember to be cognizant of what is behind your target as

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  • Trophy Hunting the Blue Duiker in South Africa
    which are often absent in the female ewe His hair is a blue gray with a white belly and a short tail with a white underside His muzzle is a bit trunk like and the eyes are placed a bit more forward than those of other small antelope Hunting blue duiker can be a difficult endeavor as this little guy is usually solitary secretive silent and extremely difficult to spot If caught or startled they will be heard to make a loud cat like meow They confine most of their movements to the dense forest and thicketed worn paths between their lying up feeding and drinking places Being shy and timid they bolt for cover at the slightest threat of danger Hunting blue duiker is most likely best done using a shotgun While any caliber rifle would certainly be adequate the hunter can only expect to get a fleeting glance of this tiny antelope which would make a rifle shot extremely difficult Classic shot placement of course would be on or just behind the shoulder however when hunting blue duiker one may have to settle for a hit wherever it can be made Photo Gallery Please click on the photos

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  • Trophy Hunting the Fallow Deer in South Africa
    during the summer months with a white belly Both black and white individuals are common Only the males carry antlers which are palmated above the main beams with a number of points evident along the rear edges The stag sheds his antlers annually during early spring and the new antler growth is usually complete by October or November The rut occurs during March and April and once mating is complete the stags leave the herd and form bachelor herds Gestation is 210 days Hunt the fallow deer much as you would the white tail of North America He is most active during early morning and late afternoon hours Set up along game trails or near food plots and pastures where he is likely to be found grazing Your favorite deer rifle will be more that adequate in the taking of fallow deer Calibers from 270 to the 30 caliber magnums are excellent medicine for the taking of this magnificent beast Use quality soft nose expanding bullets and place your shot directly on the shoulder Take a line directly up the front leg about one third into the body and squeeze Never shoot above the half way point This shot should

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  • Trophy Hunting the Klipspringer in South Africa
    serve as excellent bait for hunting leopard This mini antelope is found exclusively in rocky arid mountainous areas He wanders over long distances to forage mainly on leaves and occasionally grass For the most part he is independent of water but will drink if water is available The klipspringer is found mostly in pairs but will sometimes form small family groups The klipspringer s track is unique and he is an extremely sure footed rock climber He grazes in early morning and late afternoon resting in the shade of his rocky habitat during the midday heat When disturbed he is quick to take cover in his rocky shelter When hunting klipspringer look for them in rocky terrain and approach from the bottom looking upward as your quarry is used to predation from above His shrill whistle when alarmed will often give his position away The klipspringer s habit of stopping to look back at what is pursuing him is very similar to many species of antelope and will often provide an opportunity to shoot Pursue him slowly as he will usually not go far and often prefers to keep that which pursues him in sight While any suitable 22 centerfire with a 45 to 55 grain bullet will do hunting klipspringer is often accomplished with heavier calibers These larger calibers with soft rapidly expanding bullets will surely ruin the cape The 223 with military issue FMJ bullets would be an excellent choice As for shot placement if using expanding bullets aim well behind the shoulder If you choose solids keep your aim point farther forward If angles are involved aim well clear of the shoulder and front leg bones Spinal shots are not recommended and if offered a frontal shot place it low in the chest area directly on the

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