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09.14.17 Thursday
Evaluating and Fixing your Missed Shots
By: Bushmen Safaris
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A batting coach can tell more by watching the baseball than by focusing on the movement of the bat. Top golfers also study their ball flight to suggest changes in form.
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08.28.17 Monday
How to Make Bowhunting's Five Hardest Shots
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Yes, today’s ultrafast, super-smooth-shooting bows can make it easier for moderately skilled archers to rack up 10-rings—on the practice range. And today’s best-known pros virtually never miss—on TV. But fancy gear doesn’t take the lump out of your throat when a giant buck is right under your stand. And while I know some celebrities who can flat-out shoot, I also know some video editors who can make an errant arrow go right where it’s supposed to. In the field, there are certain shots anyone can miss. Here are five, and how to handle them.
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08.14.17 Monday
Trophy Hunting the Gemsbok in South Africa
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The Giant Oryx or Gemsbok as he is more commonly called is a magnificent animal. He inhabits the open country and can survive in the harshest of conditions. A native of the Kalahari, he can go without surface water for months taking moisture from what he eats. A gregarious herd animal, he is primarily a grazer but will occasionally browse if necessary.
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07.26.17 Wednesday
What is the Bushmen Safaris Experience?
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At Bushmen Safaris, we know what it takes to provide a quality bow hunt and we make it happen. The Bushmen Safaris advantage is second to none.
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07.12.17 Wednesday
Is Buying a Bow Always Better?
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Your new bow will be just that — new to you. You will not be familiar with its feel. Occasionally, you may get a bow that just doesn’t shoot well for you.
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06.23.17 Friday
Limpopo Province: Home of Bushmen Safaris
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Bushmen Safaris is located in South Africa's Limpopo Province, and the area stands proud as the hunting capital of South Africa with millions and millions of acres of land dedicated to conserved ranches and reserves. A vast indigenous habitat ranging from spectacular forests to Rocky Mountains, the Limpopo Province supports the incredible choice of species available to the hunter.

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