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Africa Trip with Great American Outdoors

The first 2 weeks in September I flew over to Africa with 6 women to do a hunt with Great American Outdoors. The purpose of our trip was to introduce/mentor women who have never hunted before to an incredible hunting experience as well as take the meat from the animals we harvested on our cull hunt to a local village and donate the meat to some families in need. It has been an incredible experience. All the women had a great time and have either fallen in love with hunting or decided that it isn't for them, but have a greater understanding of the process. It was an incredible group of ladies including a couple of my of my favorites Kay Miculek and Deb Ferns who help mentor our novice hunters. There will be a tv show or two that will come out of the last week and will air sometime later this fall. It will be on American Outdoors (I will keep you posted on air date and what channels). We didn't come to Africa to hunt trophies and none of the animals that we harvested are such. Some of the animals look big but they are all part of a cull hunt and give you a healthy respect of the size of some of the animals that they have over here. I was fortunate enough to take a Kudu Cow (known as the gray ghost) and a Blue Wildebeest bull. All the ladies that came on the hunt were successful and were able to provide some meat for the villages. Thanks to the incredible sponsors of the show that helped make this trip possible, Thompson/CenterTrijicon, Inc.5.11 TacticalPatriot CasesGlobal RescueHogue KnivesLOWACamelBakCamelBak TacticalHornady