Lukwika, according to Miombo Director, Michel Mantheakis, was gazetted only in 1995 and allocated in 1997 to a company that hunted it very lightly before losing it. Miombo got control of it in 2000. In 2001, they took two elephants weighing 58 x 49 and 75 x 69 pounds. Last year, the jumbo they took weighed 69 x 64, 68 x 67 and 85 x 82. Mantheakis says there are elephants considerably larger than that on Lukwika. The secret is, elephants migrate seasonally into the area from Niassa Game Reserve in Mozambique, where jumbo have been carefully protected and where, even now, elephant hunting is not allowed. "We have that migration figured out," Mantheakis told The Hunting Report this past January at SCI. "You'll see what I'm talking about soon...."