In Cameroon, we have written quite a bit about the self-outfitted hunting that is permitted in that central African country (chasse libre, it is called), and we have mentioned from time to time that a few Hunting Report subscribers have made a specialty of helping hunters cut through the red tape and hunt this country on their own. One of those subscribers is Charlie Rothe. He has hunted Cameroon three times on his own and now tells us he wants to go back this March for 30 days. To offset some of his costs, he is seeking one to four hunters who want to come along for $4,000 each. That will cover only his assistance in organizing the safari, not the cost of vehicles, supplies, trackers, etc. We pass this information on as a service to subscribers, not because we endorse Rothe's plan or think it is right for most subscribers. In fact, we know this kind of hunting is not right for most hunters. It's a tough thing to do and you may love or hate it, depending on your personal makeup. Rothe's letter on the upcoming safari says much the same thing, and we will make a copy of it available free to paid subscribers.