Bushmen Safaris is pleased to announce our 2020 events schedul . We will be at the following shows listed below, or you can contact us if you would like to schedule a private event with our Professional Hunter Shannon Van Zyl. We plan on Shannon being in the United States during January, February and March. Please contact Dani Anderson at [email protected] or 208.322.5902 to schedule a date or for more information. We look forward to seeing and hearing from you.
Exciting bow hunting and archery news from Bushmen Safaris in South Africa
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The Bushmen Safaris bow hunting experience begins with you being picked up at the airport in Johannesburg, and then you are driven to Bushmen Safaris for game viewing and a relaxing evening in beautiful South Africa. The African bow hunting safari experience starts the following day and continues for the customized length of your stay. On average, the typical hunt consists of 10 to 12 full hunting days, and every Bushmen Safaris bow hunting safari is tailored to meet your specific desires with your unsurpassed satisfaction being our foremost priority.
1. Upper Body Strength:
Repeated drawing and firing of a bow develops the major muscle groups of the upper body.
What type of bow should I bring and what draw weight should I use?
For plains game hunting, you should bring your normal big game set up you would use for whitetail, elk or any other type deer. We have archers who use compound, re-curve, and long bow as well as crossbows. The most important aspect of your hunt will be that you are familiar with your bow and equipment as well as African Game shot placement.
Bow hunters are a different breed: the kind that relishes the challenges of an up-close, high-stealth hunt, with all the frustrations and elation that entails. But that’s not the only thing that sets bow hunters apart from their gun-toting brethren.