Hunting is fun, especially when you have harvested a sumptuous game. If you are a safari hunter, you will know that there are several reasons people embark on a hunting expedition.
For some, it is to bring back a trophy like a horn, animal head or even the whole body. For others, it is to enjoy it with a nice venison while in the hunting camp. If you fall in the latter category, then this post will help you. To process games such as Deers, you need some items in your hunting camp kitchen.
These item will not only help you process the game, but also prepare a delicious venison to go work it. A lot of hunters and chefs have argued on what makes a good venison. Continue reading
Preparation is a key component in having a successful safari trip. Part of preparation is to put your hunting gears together. There is a long list of gears to take with you on your African safari trip, but not all of them will be relevant to you in the end.
You do not want to carry more than is necessary and at the same time ensure the every gear you need is in the pack. Beyond the endless hours of food plots, trail cameras, scouting, and practicing, a look into your gear and actual hunting preparation might go unnoticed.
Nothing is near more important than what goes into your hunting pack. Even though the main purpose of a gear list should be focused around ultralight gear, you should still carry a minimum amount of safety items and gear that ensures you can survive in pretty much condition that Mother Nature throws at you.
I suggest you also carry a few backups. Continue reading