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Sable Antelope Hunts in South Africa
By: Bushmen Safaris

One of the most handsome of all antelope, the Sable Antelope is one of the most highly-prized animals available to hunt in South Africa and it’s just one of many species available at the Bushmen Safaris wildlife conservancy in South Africa.

With their regal curved horns and stunning short jet-black coat, they are large magnificent antelopes with shoulders higher than hindquarters. Sables have a stiff mane running down the top of the neck onto the shoulders and it’s highlighted in contrast with striking bright white markings on the head and face.

Sable antelope can weigh from 330 to 600 pounds. This large species ranges from 46 to 56 inches tall at the shoulder and measures 75 to 100 inches long, not counting a tail of 15 to 30 inches. The males are slightly larger than females. Females are chestnut to dark brown, darkening as they mature, while males are very distinctively black. Both sexes have white underbellies, white cheeks and white chins. Their ringed horns, which arch backward, can reach nearly 3 feet in females. In males, they can reach almost 4 feet and are significantly more curved than those of females. The sable’s geographic range extends through the southern savanna from central Tanzania to South Africa.

At Bushmen Safaris, we understand what the archery hunter needs and expects and we make it happen. We are owned, operated and setup for the archer. During your time with Bushmen Safaris, you will hunt with experienced professional hunters that will help you identify the very best trophies, ensure your safety and maximize your hunting opportunities.

Please contact us at 208.322.5902 or [email protected] for more information about hunting the Sable antelope in South Africa with Bushmen Safaris.

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