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  • Published quarterly, a quality journal presenting all aspects of hunting available in Africa.
  • The traditions and tales, the professional hunters of today, and the legends of yesteryear.
  • Reporting on the places to go, the sport available and all the equipment to use.
  • Examining the challenges of managing wildlife as a sustainable resource and the relationship between Africa’s game and its people.

 

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  • To Promote hunting in Africa

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African Hunting Gazette

April-September 2022

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Articles

A Long, Short, Waterbuck Hunt

A Long, Short, Waterbuck Hunt

By Daryl Crimp   My Courteney boots puffed dust in the bushveld and left distinctive tracks, the solid rubber soles offering quiet tread— silent footsteps in the dirt. I’d...

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A Long Day in Limpopo

A Long Day in Limpopo

By Ken Moody   It was one of those long, tiring tracks all too common in buffalo hunting. The kind of track where you’re happy to have worn your most comfortable pair of boots...

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