Hunt Africa Now, March 8, 2011
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Almost every hunter wants to take a trip to Africa, and on this show Hovey Smith takes you complexly through the process from making initial contacts with a Safari company the year before, getting there, what to expect and includes some real-time audio of actual hunts.
Always providing the unexpected, Hovey takes his game on his first trip in 2004 with a muzzleloading rifle, smoothbore and pistol and on his second one in 2009 he uses a Traditions double-barreled .50-caliber over/under muzzleloader named Rex. To provide some up-to-date input on conditions he did an interview with Travis Anderson (208) 322-5902 of Bushmen Safaris (www.bushmansafaris.com and firstname.lastname@example.org). Bushmen has for nearly 40 years specializes in archery hunting (bow and crossbow) and pioneered archery hunting in South Africa. Crossbows were legalized for hunting about six years ago.
Earnst and Marita Dyason operate Spear Safaris which is also located in the Limpopo Province. They, like most South African outfitters, offer first-class individual bungalow accommodations, very high quality meals, side trips for non-hunting members and encourage family participation. These are not just “guy” events and hunting options are available for very nearly all ages.
Travis L. Anderson
3405 E. Overland Rd. Ste. 150 (208) 322-5902 Office
Meridian, Idaho 83642 (208) 850-2104 Cell
www.bushmensafaris.com (208) 322-7307 Fax
Earnist and Marita Dyason
PO Box 54 Gravelotte,