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CMSAFARIS LATE SEASON SPECIALS
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We have the below hunts available. For more information please contact hunting@cmsafaris.com

Double Buffalo/ sable - Makuti
10 day double buff/sable hunt @ $950/day
Buffalo $2750 (ea)
Sable $3750
Gov levy $600+-
Drive in and out $400
Dip and pack $600
Medivac $100
Cameraman $150/day (optional)

Double Tuskless - Omay (SLIGHTLY NEGOTIABLE)
10 day double tuskless hunt @ $700/day
Tuskless $2750 (ea)
Gov levy $500+-
Drive in and out $400
Medivac $100
Cameraman $150/day (optional)

Buffalo & Sable Makuti
7 day buffalo/sable hunt @ $950/day
Buffalo $2750
Sable $3750
Gov levy $600+-
Drive in and out $400
Dip and pack $600
Medivac $100
Cameraman $150/day (optional)

Sable - Makuti
7 day sable/ plains game hunt @ $550/day
Sable $3750
Gov levy $100
Drive in and out $400
Dip and pack $600
Medivac $100
Cameraman $150/day (optional)

Crocodile & Hippo - Mozambique
5-7 DAYS @ US$800
CROCODILE US$3,000
HIPPO US$3,500
GVT LICENCES US$500
TROPHIES TRANSPORTED TO TETE US$550
DRIVE HARARE/CHIWALO RETURN US$400
FLY HARARE/CHIWALO RETURN US$1,600


SAPI ELEPHANT BULL MUST BE IN OCTOBER
10 ALL INCLUSIVE US$17 800
(INCLUDES T/FEES D/RATES, GOV LEVY,MEDIVAC,DIP AND PACK, DRIVE IN AND OUT,CITES TAG)

SAPI ELE BULL DOUBLE TUSKLESS (OMAY)
14 DAYS US$27000 ALL INCLUSIVE AS ABOVE


ELE BULL / BUFFALO BULL DEKA TAIL
16 DAYS US $25000 ALL INCLUSIVE
 
Posts: 1007 | Location: Zimbabwe | Registered: 22 June 2009Reply With Quote
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If the wife wasn't pregnant I would be all over that 10 day double tuskless! What a great deal!


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Posts: 1614 | Location: Southern California | Registered: 25 July 2006Reply With Quote
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Buzz, those bull hunts are unbelievable buys. If it was even close to doable for me I'd be buying airline tickets right now. I suppose I should at least wait until I have the video back from last month's hunt, but even so.....
 
Posts: 1884 | Location: South Dakota | Registered: 22 August 2004Reply With Quote
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BigBoreCore,

you've already done all the damage you can at home, might as well go to Zimbabwe.

Rich
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I hunted with Myles in December last year for Buff, these guys are the best for a true classic safari.
 
Posts: 23062 | Location: SW Idaho | Registered: 19 December 2005Reply With Quote
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Idaho Sharpshooter:
BigBoreCore,

you've already done all the damage you can at home, might as well go to Zimbabwe.

Rich
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jumping jumping jumping


OMG!-- my bow is "pull-push feed" - how dreadfully embarrasing!!!!!
 
Posts: 909 | Location: 8K Ft in Colorado | Registered: 10 December 2005Reply With Quote
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all kidding aside, these hunts with CM Safaris showcase Dangerous Game and antelope hunting at it's best in the northern part of Zimbabwe. Buzz and Myles are two of the most highly regarded PH's in the business. They have a great crew, and offer a truly exceptional experience. If you hunt with them, I can guarantee one thing; you will enjoy yourself and count the days and dollars until you can return. I guess that's two things,but these guys hunt hard for/with you for quality trophies. I am stashing every spare dollar to go back again.

Rich
DRSS
 
Posts: 23062 | Location: SW Idaho | Registered: 19 December 2005Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Idaho Sharpshooter:
all kidding aside, these hunts with CM Safaris showcase Dangerous Game and antelope hunting at it's best in the northern part of Zimbabwe. Buzz and Myles are two of the most highly regarded PH's in the business. They have a great crew, and offer a truly exceptional experience. If you hunt with them, I can guarantee one thing; you will enjoy yourself and count the days and dollars until you can return. I guess that's two things,but these guys hunt hard for/with you for quality trophies. I am stashing every spare dollar to go back again.

Rich
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+ 1 great outfit and good guys
 
Posts: 605 | Location: South Africa | Registered: 07 February 2008Reply With Quote
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what is average size ivory in Sapi? Deka Tail?
 
Posts: 4936 | Registered: 30 July 2007Reply With Quote
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You're looking at an average of 40-50lbs, Deka Tail sometimes having the odd 60lbs coming out. But the big difference is that Sapi has resident eles and Deka Tails is very seasonal. We would recommend a Sapi hunt.

Buzz is away hunting at the moment. If you have any queries you can contact us in the office on hunting@cmsafaris.com

Many thanks
Kirsty
 
Posts: 1007 | Location: Zimbabwe | Registered: 22 June 2009Reply With Quote
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Bump! for the best PH's in the business. Buzz and Myles will hunt hard for you and know their area like you know the layout of your own house.

Rich
hunted with them in 2008, got a very nice Buff
 
Posts: 23062 | Location: SW Idaho | Registered: 19 December 2005Reply With Quote
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