Author: dyblog

I find myself, sitting in a sparsely shaded spot amongst the Burned-out Grass stalks. Thousands of Mopani Bees are swarming me, absorbing any moisture they can find from my drenched clothing and facial orifices. There is no sense in trying to swat them away as...

Rusty Flowers hunted with us on many occasions, the big 4 had been successfully taken over a few safaris in the past but a Really Big Elephant was still on Rusty's list. We were Booked to hunt Tanzania in a really good area but the USA...

"Today, 3rd February 2016, we endeavour with our marketing at the SCI Las Vegas show. We look forward to meeting many new friends and Spear Safari family members."   ...

January 2016 has brought Ernest and long-standing client, Dennis, to West Africa. Between the Dallas SC and the SCI Convention Ernest has guided Dennis in the Eastern region of Burkina Faso on an amazing adventure. All the trophies that they have taken are record book...

We have been working tirelessly over the past 3 months to renovate and upgrade a camp that will function as our new base camp. The Spear Safari Camp is now up and running and we are looking forward to hosting our first clients of the...

Rick and Kim Gibson wanted to try a Safari with a difference for Ricks 80th birthday. The Gibson's had been to South Africa before so I decided to suggest something totally different and exciting, something totally off the beaten track. We were going to Zambia...

Uncle Joe had a quest for Bushpig, such was the desire to bag one of these elusive creatures that after 5 failed attempts, Joe boarded a Jet in a Business class seat all the way from the USA to come on a 5 day Bushpig...

Our good friends Jim and Jane Spaulding from Omaha Nebraska put us in contact with Rex Lerum. Rex had never hunted in Africa and like so many, it was the dream of a life time. After a few years of back and forth emailing Rex sent...

I was approached a year back by a friend and landowner in RSA that had just invested in a Hunting concession in the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania, and was asked to hunt in their area. The concession is R4 in the Selous game Reserve and is...