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Larry Horseman

Four Kudu bulls walked into the clearing, an easy shot from the hide (blind). I would have been glad to take a shot at either but my quest was for a beautiful South African Impala ram. I was hunting with East Cape Safaris in South Africa with my Ph, Justin Maas. We had been in the blind for a couple hours and saw a great variety of wildlife. Just minutes before the Kudu came we saw two nice Sable square off preparing for a fight. One was noticeably larger and had a darker coat. The younger bull wisely decided that he wanted no part of this magnificent bull and walked off. The large bull dominated the site for awhile and only a Letchwe calf came in which posed no threat to the Sable. With evening closing in a few other animals began to arrive. Then I saw the Impala. He walked in paying no regard to the Sable and began to feed. Justin motioned for me to get ready for the shot. By the time he ranged the ram at 23 yards I had put an arrow on the string and was in the motion of drawing. The ram presented a perfect broadside shot. The arrow was true and I had shot my first Impala ram. Although I was practically jumping up and down with excitement we remained quiet for the next 20 minutes and radioed for one of the boys to bring the truck. Justin and I picked up the meager blood trail and followed it for about 30 yards. It was amazing that an animal shot this well with a sharp three bladed broadhead would leave so little blood. This could have been due to the color and texture of the dirt which seemed to swallow the blood. I looked ahead and there another 40 or 50 yards I saw my ram. We celebrated and began taking pictures. Back at the lodge we gathered together with the other hunters and I told and retold the story of my successful Impala hunt. Even though I had been primarily on a rifle hunt, I took my Parker Redhawk XP bow to South Africa and I am very glad I did. It really made my hunt.

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