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Hi All,

Mokore Safaris has been no exception to the damaging year of 2020, keeping three massive areas running has proved challenging and without the support from the hunting fraternity, both international and local, it may have proved impossible. October 1st brought a bit of hope with Zimbabwe's borders opening. Mokore has had some great deals that has got our season - albeit late - finishing with a BANG! Hunting late in the season normally rewards the hunters that don't mind the heat, sweat and dust with some great trophies and this year was no exception. All Air travel went very smoothly assisted by very efficient C19 testing system and result turn around (3Hrs) in Hre.
Once again thank you to those that have braved traveling and well done on a few great Safaris!
Here are some pictures from our hunts in October and early Nov. We have incredible deals both in Mozambique and Sengwa still running - Enjoy!










































































Once again a big Thankyou and well done to all those involved!


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Wonderful!

However, there must be a story behind the lioness. Please share.


I meant to be DSC Member...bad typing skills.

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Any Lion siting whilst on foot can get the blood pumping a little faster, however no dramatic story this time around!


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Doug,

Well done! Some familiar faces there.

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I miss that place!!!!
 
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Have now re-sized pictures ... Cheers


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Wow!

Zimbabwe needs to be on my list.

What a great bunch of photos and memories.
 
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Great photos Doug!

It looks like everyone had a great time!


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Thank-you for posting photos without the faces blacked out.
 
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Well done Mokore team! Top operation as always.
 
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Doug,
Do your zebras have shadow stripes?

I had always thought Zebras in Zimbabwe had shadow stripes.

That guy appears to not.
 
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Great pics and I’m sure some great stories as well.


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I am very much looking forward to being there in October. Pretty sure I will have been able to get my shots by then!
 
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Love the eland. Great job mokore!
 
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Great job! An African hunt is my life's dream.
 
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Congrats!!! tu2 There's some monster eland in those pics! Love that last Klipspringer-huge! tu2 By the way, what did the wide Kudu measure, if you know? I shot one very similar to that one in Zim a few years back near Sissyvale. Measured 59 1/2 " by 58 1/4", with about two inches missing from the shorter horn. Big Grin
 
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many do but if you are a little selective you will find a clean one!!
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Doug,
Do your zebras have shadow stripes?

I had always thought Zebras in Zimbabwe had shadow stripes.

That guy appears to not.


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Think you have a little time between now and then ... Cant wait Scott!

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I am very much looking forward to being there in October. Pretty sure I will have been able to get my shots by then!


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I think it was around 54-55

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Congrats!!! tu2 There's some monster eland in those pics! Love that last Klipspringer-huge! tu2 By the way, what did the wide Kudu measure, if you know? I shot one very similar to that one in Zim a few years back near Sissyvale. Measured 59 1/2 " by 58 1/4", with about two inches missing from the shorter horn. Big Grin


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I think it was around 54-55


Those wide kudu can really carry some inches! I had never seen a 'wide' kudu like that before I shot the one in Zimbabwe. It was shot for Leopard bait, but when we measured it, I gladly paid the trophy fee on it! tu2
 
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Super stuff!
 
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