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First Impala with Bushwack Safaris
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July 19-22
Kukama Game Ranch, Lindleyspoort, North West province, RSA
Bushwack Safaris
Client: My son Waldo Reynecke
PH: Myself
Rifle: Remington model 700, .308 alias THE BLACK MAMBA
Distance: 50 yards


No report, just some photo's, but have a look at that proudness of hunting his firts Impala - What a great shot (heart) and trophy my son...







Dream it...Discover it...Experience it...


Patrick Reynecke
Outfitter and Professional Hunter
Bushwack Safaris
Box 1736
Rustenburg
0300

North West Province
South Africa
www.bushwacksafaris.co.za
Cell: +27 82 773 4099
Email: bushwacksafaris@vodamail.co.za


 
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Classic, pure gold! tu2
 
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A perfect shot indeed. Congrats on your boys 1st impala and I'm sure there will be plenty more in the future!
 
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Great Job!!!
 
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Good man!
 
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Nice tu2
 
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Excellent job, Patrick


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He looks like he's been there before......Good job.
 
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Very nice ram, congrats to the young hunter!
 
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Thanks for bringing another hunter into the midst. And congratulations to him for a job well done.
 
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Thanks guys for al your feedback...the only thing that bothers me now is my hunting budget... BOOM


Dream it...Discover it...Experience it...


Patrick Reynecke
Outfitter and Professional Hunter
Bushwack Safaris
Box 1736
Rustenburg
0300

North West Province
South Africa
www.bushwacksafaris.co.za
Cell: +27 82 773 4099
Email: bushwacksafaris@vodamail.co.za


 
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Good shooting young man!


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ANOTHER HUNTER IN THE FOLD...

GOOD JOB


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Mooi so Waldo! Knap gedaan Patrick!
Geluk aan beide van julle.

Deur Waldo se bok het ek my eie seun se eerste rooibok baie jare gelede herleef. Weet hoe dit voel! Lekker. Maar my kleinseun het onlangs sy eerste springbok met 'n nekskoot - al wat uitgesteek het - platgetrek! Dis baie lekker!

Groete.


Andrew McLaren
Professional Hunter and Hunting Outfitter since 1974.

http://www.mclarensafaris.com The home page to go to for custom planning of ethical and affordable hunting of plains game in South Africa!
Enquire about any South African hunting directly from andrew@mclarensafaris.com


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Lack of knowledge – by instruction. Lack of skills – by practice. Lack of experience – by time doing it.


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Stupidity – nothing helps! Anti hunting sentiments – nothing helps! Put-‘n-Take Outfitters – money rules!


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Most Excellent.
 
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Always great to see a new qualified hunter.

Mike tu2


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Awesome! Congratulations to you both!


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Priceless photo!! Big Grin A great shot indeed! tu2
 
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