By Barbara Crown, Editor
On a brighter note, positive reports continue to come in on Steve Kobrine's
operation in Ghana
). Continuing subscribers know we have received a number of positive reports on this hunt, all from very experienced hunters interested in collecting the rare pygmy antelopes available in Ghana, namely the royal antelope, Maxwell's duiker and black duiker. Most recently, subscriber Garrett Copeland contacted me quite enthused about his hunt there last June. He shot what he says is the fourth largest royal antelope taken in Ghana. (See photo in online Trophy Gallery
Obviously, Copeland recommends this hunt but says interested hunters need to know exactly what they are getting into. Hunting involves driving to the hunting area each evening after 8 pm and spending the next five to six hours walking in the jungle in high heat and humidity. He describes this as a physically demanding hunt due to the conditions, the intense walking and the thick cover. Bring clippers to cut your way out of tangles, he advises.....