Saturday, January 30, 2010
Friday, January 29, 2010
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Saturday, January 16, 2010
Included in all hunt Packages
Accommodation in 1 of our 3 Lodges (depends on witch property we hunt)
Transport to and from the airport and transport between concessions
All meals and soft drinks including beer in moderation
Professional hunter for 2 hunters
Skinning and field preparation of trophies
Tracker and skinner
Not included in the packages
Export of trophies
Strong Alcoholic drinks
Gratuities to P.H. and other staff
Extra days $400
Gun rental and shells
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Thursday, February 5, 2009
We are situated at the foot of the majestic Waterberg mountain range, on the springbok flats,
a 155 mile drive from the Johannesburg International Airport. The farm Vlakpan (roughly translated meaning 'shallow lake'), between Mokopane (Potgietersrus) and Roetan, is our host concession. It lies12 miles south east of Mokopane, our nearest town. The host concession extend an area of about 3200 acres, with 23 species of game and birds available for hunting,
ranging from zebra and giraffe to the small grey duiker and steenbuck.
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
Please feel free to use the below testimonial.
To who it may concern:
I hunted in South Africa in June of 2007. During my time there Jacques Swart served as my Professional Hunter. During this week plus excursion I came to understand the importance of having the right person to guide you on your hunt.
The most important aspect of the PH is their ability to bond and form a relationship with the hunter. This starts with getting to know each other. Jacques understands that serving his client is enhanced by knowing such things as their hunting experience, style in the field and even their demeanor and personality. Jacques asks questions so as to understand how you feel about your time in the field and whether he needs to make changes in how he is planning your experience
Jacques displays many skills during the hunt. They include tracking and following targeted animals. He picks out the "trophy" animal in the pack; while helping you decide when to take the shot. Jacques also knows when to give you space to make your "hunting" decisions.
Besides in the field activities Jacques can create a video memory of your hunt by taping or taking still pictures. Being a competent photographer is one of many competent skills along with cooking as he cooked for us in the field as well as at our camp.
Having a guide who was experienced and could speak to past situations was informative as well as entertaining. I would recommend him to anyone planning a hunt
Washington, DC USA