They hunted the Munessa Forest Concession, a 30-year old reforestation area and wildlife sanctuary, where McNatt says nyala are thriving. He hunted from a fly camp and says walking in the area is often treacherous but that hunters must be prepared to do a lot of walking and climbing in the thickest parts of the jungle to find outstanding trophies. He killed his nyala bull on the eighth day of his hunt. McNatt also took a very old lesser kudu in the Omo Valley that measures 35 4/8 inches with an estimated 1½ inches broomed off its horns. Taken earlier, it would surely have been a Number 1 lesser kudu.