Dreams of Iceland
Aldo Rech and his wife Michelle went salmon fishing in Iceland’s Adaldal valley and he shares their experiences in this breathtakingly beautiful country.
Wind deflection is influenced, among other things, by how strong the wind blows and the distance the bullet travels. Chris Bekker provides a ballistic perspective.
Nature’s newspaper: How old is the track?
Colin Patrick explains how to age a track. The age, or more correctly, the time that the animal left the track, will determine whether we want to follow it.
On safari: big-game hunters of yesteryear
Chris Meyer describes big-game hunter Sir Samuel Baker’s encounters with different species of hyaena during his exploits in Africa.
The hunter and society’s “conservation” ethos: Africa’s wildlife Armageddon
The forces working against Africa’s ability to manage its own wildlife affairs are huge. It is vital that society starts recognising the bigger picture.
The winding path of an “inglorious hunter”
Pottie de Bruyn has progressed through his own moral conflicts about the various hunting methods. In the end it comes down to what is ethical and what not.
The first safari hunters in Botswana
Seasoned hunter John Coleman reminisces about the early days of safari hunting in Botswana and knew many of the famous great hunters of that time.
PH Geoff Wainwright takes the readers on safari, telling how he guided a German client to hunt lion in Tanzania’s Moyowosi protected hunting preserve.