Category Archives: Hunting Experience

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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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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A good PH makes all the difference!

In general, men are all about the task. In general, women are all about the relationship. Men go out to hunt to get their trophy. Women go out to hunt and worry if they are going to make a fool … Continue reading

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Resting during the safari

Waking up at 5 am every morning, hunting and tracking the animal until 12:30 pm, eating lunch, going back out to hunt and track the animal until the sun sets, is very hard work. So rest is important when you’re … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Safari….

As a first time visitor to Africa, and first safari huntress, Twiga did the following prior to the trip: * Verified that passport expiration was not within 6 months of date of travel, and that there was at least a … Continue reading

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Bwana Mbogo got eaten….

Towards the end of our South Africa safari trip, Bwana Mbogo disappeared. We had come back from our afternoon hunt, and had gone to the room to wash our faces. When he was done, he left to go to the … Continue reading

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