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#16 mackem

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Posted 12 May 2015 - 07:42 pm

we have a new client in camp this week and yesterday went ok for him.

 

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Chinese maybe  :hmm: There was a chinese guy squished in africa last year by an elephant he tried to walk up to  :icon_eek:


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Posted 13 May 2015 - 03:31 am


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Chinese maybe  :hmm: There was a chinese guy squished in africa last year by an elephant he tried to walk up to  :icon_eek:[/quote]

Chinees yes!! From the states, at least he carries a gun this one!! LOL and just to keep him safe we are hunting an area with no dangerous game!!
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Posted 13 May 2015 - 05:53 am

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Chinese maybe  :hmm: There was a chinese guy squished in africa last year by an elephant he tried to walk up to  :icon_eek:[/quote]

Chinees yes!! From the states, at least he carries a gun this one!! LOL and just to keep him safe we are hunting an area with no dangerous game!!

We used to call them ABC's.....American Born Chinese  :victory: looks like he had a great time.



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Posted 14 May 2015 - 10:20 am

so we are back on track again

 

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 09:44 am

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 11:20 am

What do you do with all these animals after they have been shot?



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Posted 19 May 2015 - 11:40 am

Joycey you read my mind ;)

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 12:48 pm

Dont get me wrong, ive been hunting all my life, but what i hunt is what i need, as in food, either for me or my animals. im not the one just to go out killing stuff for no reason, i agree deers need culling and same with badgers, but zebras and giraffes!!!!!!! why would you want to kill loads of them for no reason.... i just dont get it thats all...



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Posted 19 May 2015 - 01:07 pm

Dont get me wrong, ive been hunting all my life, but what i hunt is what i need, as in food, either for me or my animals. im not the one just to go out killing stuff for no reason, i agree deers need culling and same with badgers, but zebras and giraffes!!!!!!! why would you want to kill loads of them for no reason.... i just dont get it thats all...

 

Hi Joycey

 

We use most of the meat, and any excess meat gets sold to the local butchery and is distributed into the local network. We cull mostly deer and zebras as there is a big market for the skins. The meat also gets utilized in the poorer communities.

 

As to Giraffe it was hunted as a trophy, but i have seen areas where giraffe needs culling as well. When the numbers start getting to big for an area they can be devastating to the area .

Hope this helps? :victory:

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 01:18 pm

Feckin eat the giraffe, I would :laugh:


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Posted 19 May 2015 - 02:04 pm

Feckin eat the giraffe, I would :laugh:

you would need some microwave for that  


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Posted 19 May 2015 - 02:10 pm

 

Dont get me wrong, ive been hunting all my life, but what i hunt is what i need, as in food, either for me or my animals. im not the one just to go out killing stuff for no reason, i agree deers need culling and same with badgers, but zebras and giraffes!!!!!!! why would you want to kill loads of them for no reason.... i just dont get it thats all...

 

Hi Joycey

 

We use most of the meat, and any excess meat gets sold to the local butchery and is distributed into the local network. We cull mostly deer and zebras as there is a big market for the skins. The meat also gets utilized in the poorer communities.

 

As to Giraffe it was hunted as a trophy, but i have seen areas where giraffe needs culling as well. When the numbers start getting to big for an area they can be devastating to the area .

Hope this helps? :victory:

Regards

 

 

 

 

Dont get me wrong, ive been hunting all my life, but what i hunt is what i need, as in food, either for me or my animals. im not the one just to go out killing stuff for no reason, i agree deers need culling and same with badgers, but zebras and giraffes!!!!!!! why would you want to kill loads of them for no reason.... i just dont get it thats all...

 

Hi Joycey

 

We use most of the meat, and any excess meat gets sold to the local butchery and is distributed into the local network. We cull mostly deer and zebras as there is a big market for the skins. The meat also gets utilized in the poorer communities.

 

As to Giraffe it was hunted as a trophy, but i have seen areas where giraffe needs culling as well. When the numbers start getting to big for an area they can be devastating to the area .

Hope this helps? :victory:

Regards

 

Thanks for getting back and answering my Q.. i didnt realise that you had to cull big game like that, but now i do Thanks.... What do you mean when you say "Trophy".? can you also eat Giraffe? sorry for all the Q..

 


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Posted 19 May 2015 - 06:52 pm

No worries about the questions. I enjoy sharing!!!
The hunter booked a cull hunt with us, this would be the female kudu and sub adult male animals he shot! This is purely part of our sustainable hunting management plan. Every year we set out a quota for all the animals we need to be hunted!! Not all the animals are of trophy quality so we do cull hunts that would normally include species more common to the area!!
This paticular client added Black wildebeest, gemsbuck and girrafe as he wanted trophies of these animals!!

Oh yes you can definately eat girrafe, tastes better than Zebra!! And i know of a few lodges that shoot younger males for the restaurantes.

I'll safe you some?

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 06:57 pm


Feckin eat the giraffe, I would :laugh:

you would need some microwave for that

This is how you do it!!
They have put a whole giraffe on a rotisity

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 09:58 pm


Feckin eat the giraffe, I would :laugh:

you would need some microwave for that  
I know how to cook mate ;)


Bos WTF is that??? :blink:

:laugh: rotisserie blick style.




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