In the Salt
Anyone who has hunted in Africa during the past 20 years knows Lou Hallamore - at least by his superb reputation. He's the man who has spent more time in leopard blinds than most people have spent in movie theaters. This book is about people, animals, big game hunting, being outwitted and out maneuvered and knowing that sooner or later your luck will change and your trophy will be "in the salt." For 27 of Africa's top game animals, Hallamore talks not only about choice of weapons, methods of location, trophy judgement, stalking, shot placement and following wounded game but he also talks about more sensitive subjects - Backup by the pro? Yes, or no. Finally, for all the trophy conscious hunters, he also talks about "the way things really are." Interspersed with all this are plenty of hunting stories and anecdotes. Learn what made Hallamore a wiser professional hunter and a much wiser man.
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