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Old 01-04-2011, 01:07 AM
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Good hunts priced right!

Surprisingly, there are still great hunts available in Africa. While some countries have priced themselves out of reach for the average working man or woman, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia still are offering excellent deals and many are priced below what an average deer or elk hunt costs. I have one hunt for two hunters (can be father-son/daughter, husband/wife or just two hunting buddies) for under $2,500! This includes food, lodging, PH (guide), Tracker/Skinners, daily laundry, ground transportation and pick up and return at the airport. Trophy fees for 5 animals included. Prefer to hunt 1x1? I have them at under $4,000 and under $6,000 (double the hunting days and 8 animals). You can customize hunts and take as many days as you want and hunt as many animals as you want too. Try South Africa for your first safari. No shots, our summer is there winter (chilly mornings but usually fantastic weather during the day), no license to buy before your hunt (pay trophy fees on the animals you take) and if you take the wife or kids, plan a day or two and visit some of the many parks and sites. If in attending the Dallas Safari convention or the NWTF, stop by our booth and say hello.
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Old 01-04-2011, 12:16 PM
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Darn, if I could afford it this year, I would book with you now! But it is still a 2 year plan.
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Old 01-04-2011, 02:21 PM
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Toxic, always a good plan to start at least one year before you go. I always help my guys spread out their expenses so no lump sums all at once. Let me know anytime you need help planning your hunt.
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Old 01-04-2011, 05:57 PM
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Well I have no choice.. I have to wait till my taxes are in... lol.. then I know what I can do.

most of my costs have been sorted out... the biggest one for me is getting my trophies home, no one wants to tell what those costs are.
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Old 01-04-2011, 06:32 PM
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I can give you figures on those costs, just email or call me sometime. Off to my next show, Ciao, gg
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