Quinn Cassidy took this old, heavy nyala at Maroi Conservancy.
By Barbara Crown, Editor
Subscriber Michael Cassidy of The North American Hunting Club says the Maroi Conservancy in the Limpopo Province is better than ever. He had just returned from a hunt there in early October with his son and three other hunters. He reports taking a 56-inch kudu along with a sable, a big waterbuck, warthog and other plains game. His son Quinn shot an old, heavy-horned nyala with worn points.
I first covered the Maroi Conservancy in May 2010 (see Article 2446). The property borders Zimbabwe, sharing 20 kilometers of riverfront on the Limpopo River. Conservancies, you'll remember, are groups of privately owned properties that join together, removing all internal fences, leaving only a perimeter fence that allows wild game to roam freely among the properties....