Monthly Archives: July 2013

How to select an outfitter

The right outfitter/guide can be the difference between a great hunt or a horrible memory. There are a number of steps that you can take to ensure the best experience possible. First of all you need to start at least … Continue reading

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SPECIAL: Mixed bird hunting package in Argentina before duck and partridge season ends!

Priority Safari Services is pleased to offer a special mixed bird hunting package in Argentina.  This is your last chance to hunt duck and partridge before the season ends in September, and while you’re there, shoot some dove too! The … Continue reading

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What happens after you have taken your animal

After you have taken an animal, your PH will ask you how you want to preserve the trophy. This is where you tell him what type of mount you want for your animal. He will then let the skinners in camp know … Continue reading

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Scottish African

A true gillie!   Ghillie or gillie is a Scots term that refers to a man or a boy who acts as an attendant on a fishing, fly fishing, hunting, or deer stalking expedition, primarily in the Highlands or on … Continue reading

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Dove Hunting at Santa Candida Palace

Santa Candida Palace is located near Concepcion del Uruguay, in the province of Entre Rios, in Argentina. Founded in 1847 on the banks of La China creek by Argentina’s first constitutional president, General Justo Jose de Urquiza, this palace is … Continue reading

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Dove Hunting in Argentina

I’m slightly biased about Argentina. Bwana Mbogo is slightly biased about Africa. And we live in Texas! So we’re a perfectly balanced hunting couple! When Bwana Mbogo and I first started dating, we would only see each other on the … Continue reading

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Photographing the animal

As a novice huntress, most things hunting are new to me. I’m generally a curious person and want to understand why things are done certain ways. Additionally, since I don’t like surprises, I generally ask tons of questions so that … Continue reading

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