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We have had a good lamb season thus far in the North West where there is available food and water, and with this comes the jackal and caracal issue. We do a lot of varminting through out the year but when the lambs come so do the predators this is on a small scale in some parts and on huge scale where farmers farm with massive numbers of sheep, goats, cattle, springbuck and the likes these animals...
http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/early-start-2016-a-round-of-varminting
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Taking a picture of your friend or in our case our clients with their trophy’s is probably the most important part of a hunting trip. If you get to this stage you have already done the hard walking, Sweating, Crawling, Stalking and spend the our’s strategising the hunt.  No you have your quarry - http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/taking-the-perfect-trophy-picture
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The best hunting in Mozambique is found in the more remote areas, especially in the north near Tanzania and in the west, not far from Zimbabwe: http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/mozambique-hunting-information
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The phone rang and on the other side was a good friend of mine from Mozambique telling me that I had to be in Mozambique in two days for an Elephant hunt: http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/mozambique-to-test-your-limits
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Are people in general going to loose the ability to teach their kids to fish, hunt, camp – take advantage of the outdoors and live live to the fullest. Or, are we going to see kids of the future stuck behind computer screens and gaming consoles stuck in a virtual world watching life go by: http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/is-modern-urbanisation-killing-off-the-manly
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The over cast wether and wind looked like rain was imminent. I checked what I could on our family farm as I had a off weekend from PH’ing. The maize has all be harvested and the disc is working to clear the lands: http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/as-i-start-to-make-my-way-to-the-game-camps
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On the wake of the controversial killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe comes another contentious hunting issue, this one over a “driven hunt” in South Africa last week that was even opposed by some hunters, though it was deemed legal by local authorities: http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/controversy-in-the-hunting-industry
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The day had finally arrived, we were at the airport on our way to the Kalahari. We booked our rifles in and awaited our boarding time. After boarding the plane our conversation turned to hunting: http://www.phsafaris.com/blog/the-day-had-finally-arrived
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