African Game Bows

African Game Bow Trophy Photos

Ann Nance

I shot this kudu with my Mathews Black Max 2 in August 2006 with Cheetah Safaris in South Africa.
Ann Nance

I shot this waterbuck with my Mathews Black Max 2 in August 2006 with Cheetah Safaris in South Africa.
Nancy with 2004 African Game...
Nancy with 2004 African Game...
Nancy with 2004 African Game...
Nancy with 2004 African Game...
Nancy with 2004 African Game...
Michele Leqve
Writer/International ProStaff
Impala from South Africa, taken on July 24th 2004 at 15 yards
Michele Leqve
Writer/International ProStaff

Red Hartebeest from South Africa taken on August 02nd 2004 I stalked him and took a 48 yard shot to bring him down!
Blue Wildebeest, harvested in August, 2002 in South Africa - again, using my CW Bow. Our trip had much excitement and each animal is so unique! I found myself face to face (ok maybe 5 feet) with giraffe and rhinos. The people and the culture were a shock to me at first, but then it left me feeling like it was where I truly belonged and had just come home for the first time. I didn't recognize this, until after I got home and discovered my heart remained in Africa!
Theresa Baior
Writer

Impala, harvested in August 2002 in South Africa. I was using a Clearwater Compound Bow, set at 52 lbs. I spent 2 wonderful weeks in South Africa and am still in awe of the whole trip. I count the days until I can go back. My husband and I plan a return trip in 2005. I would move there if I could only convince my husband to come with me.

I took this kudu June 1, 2005 while on safari in the Limpopo Province of South Africa useing  my new Parker Micro-Phoenix bow, Carbon Supreme arrows and Simmons broadheads.  He went less than 75 yards.  The bull sported 53 1/2 inch horns and weighed around 800 lbs.
Brenda Valentine
Writer

By special permit of the Governor of Conservation in the Limpopo Province I was given authorization to hunt what is termed LARGE-THICK Skinned Game.  To acquire this permit requires a case by case consideration/application.  The hunt went very successfully and every scrap of the 5-6 ton bull was immediately butchered for human consumption.  Thanks to my Parker Micro-Phoenix, Carbon Supreme Arrows and simmons Broadheads.