Cellular trail cameras, smartphone-controlled heating elements, ozone machines and automatic range-finding bow sights are just a few examples of recent technology advancements that have flooded the bowhunting world. And you can bet, this technology craze isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Many hunters embrace these advancements and grab hold of the latest and greatest. Other hunters find these new technologies too much, or simply do not believe it fits their hunting style and they self-limit themselves to the ways of old.
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Trophy photos are the most common, most shared pictures when it comes to telling last season’s success stories, and are often seen on the covers of hunting magazines. With some simple tips and a little planning, you can take your trophy field photos to the next level, regardless of the situation, and more fully respect the life the animal gave by memorializing it in a great field photo. To start, here are some simple do’s and don’ts.
Fred Bear (March 5, 1902 – April 27, 1988) was an American bow hunter, bow manufacturer, author, and television host. He was born in the town of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Although he didn't start bow hunting until he was 29 and did not master the skill for many years, he is widely regarded as a pioneer in the bow-hunting community. Bear was a world traveler, film producer, and the founder of Bear Archery, an outdoor company that still exists. You can learn more about Fred Bear at the Bear Archery site.
Take a quick scroll through your social media these days and you’ll likely see as many fitness photos as you’ll see photos of big bucks and bulls. Yes, physical fitness seems to be the rage among many hunters these days as they prepare for the upcoming hunting season. But does working out really make you a better bowhunter?
Bushmen Safaris is proud to help fulfill the dreams of a lifetime with the most exotic of trophies for the hunter who is looking for a lifetime harvest.
Our clients consistently leave with top quality trophies, including an exceptional number of top 10 all time trophies hunted in South Africa according to Safari Club International (SCI). One of the many reasons why more than 80% of our bow hunting clients each year are repeat clients of Bushmen Safaris and will hunt with us again and again and have the confidence to send their friends.
- The Africa bow hunting safaris at Bushmen Safaris allow hunters to experience 10 to 12 thrilling days of hunting.
- Our reputation has afforded us the title of one of the finest Africa bow hunting safaris anywhere, and our 80% return of clientele is a strong testament to that fact. We have excellent game management, trophy animals, wonderful hospitality, and a devotion to our clients all of which has contributed to our high return rate.
Bushmen Safaris, a private 22,000-acre deeded wildlife conservancy in South Africa, provides exclusive bow hunts, beautiful accommodations, superior service, competitive bowhunting packages, and a world-class selection of animals for your trophy hunting experience.
Since he was a 14-year-old growing up in South Dakota, reading the likes of Jack O’Connor in Outdoor Life magazine, Mryon Maddox has wanted to go on a real African Safari.
Bushmen is owned, operated, and setup for the archer. This means that we understand what the archery hunter needs and expects and we make it happen. The Nyala is one of many species available to hunt on Bushmen Safaris wildlife conservancy in South Africa.
Bushmen Safaris has years of experience in Africa and your bow hunting trip will evoke memories of lifetime on our private 22,000 acre deeded wildlife conservancy in beautiful South Africa.