The Sable antelope is a species of antelope found in southern and eastern Africa. They are known for their impressive horns and their distinctive black and white coats. Sable antelope are social animals, living in herds of up to 20 individuals, and they feed primarily on grasses.
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The game farm situated in the Magaliesburg – named Battle Creek – is aptly named with a history of being part of the many battlefields for soldiers colliding. On what used to be President Paul Kruger’s private hunting farm, this area has old forts and ruins that can still be seen scattered around the property today.
Roche Safaris is a family run outfit operating in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa and Mozambique. Our 70 000 acres of pristine game land provides the perfect hunting grounds for top quality animals.
Whether it’s the big 5 that calls you to Africa, or the huge variety of plains game species, having over one million acres of hunting concession in SA, we can cater for your every need.
Zimbabwe is home to an elephant population estimated at 100,000 animals, with a threshold at 50,000, mostly in Hwange and the Zambezi Valley. Hunting of elephants is allowed along with lion and leopard.
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Namibia is perhaps best-known as a plains game destination, and Dawid Muller has excellent concessions for the full range of Namibian species. This includes his own farm, which is a rugged, beautiful free-range area just 40 miles from Windhoek…so you can be hunting kudu and gemsbok in little more than an hour after arrival!
Stanley Pieterse Safaris is owned and managed by Outfitter and Professional hunter Stanley Pieterse since 2007. We are based on our privately owned hunting area in Limpopo South Africa close to the Limpopo river and Botswana border.
Carl van Zyl and his team at John X Safaris are a real class act! They're a second generation outfit based in the East Cape, South Africa, specializing in both plains and dangerous game, with a superb Cape Buffalo hunt at their base Woodlands Safari Estate.
For more than two decades, African Echo Safaris grew into a successful and internationally recognised hunting safari covering most of Southern, Eastern and Western Africa.
Jamy Traut is a well-know and respected outfitter based in Namibia. Jamy Traut Hunting Safaris is a family-run operation dedicated to providing a small number of clients with an unequaled opportunity to hunt Africa's great game.
At Eland Safaris, you'll find an oasis in the African bushveld. A family-owned and operated company. Alex & Johnny Thomson with their wives Tamryn and Janeske as well as the professional hunters and staff, will not only ensure your safety, but also share their knowledge of this rich and diverse habitat.
J.P. Kleinhans offers excellent concessions in the Eastern Cape and elsewhere in South Africa, offering a tremendous range of game. Africa has many extremely competent outfitters and professional hunters. J.P. is certainly among them, but few make it as much fun! If you like to laugh, you’ll love hunting with J.P. Kleinhans!
The Sable Antelope is a majestic antelope species recognized by its impressive, scimitar-shaped horns and striking dark coat, which can range from a deep black in mature males to a reddish-brown in females and juveniles.
Native to the woodlands and grasslands of Southern and Eastern Africa, you'll find Sable Antelopes in countries such as South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, and Angola.
The best time to hunt Sable is during the dry season, typically from May to October, as they tend to gather around water sources, making them easier to locate.
Sable Antelopes are woodland creatures. They prefer areas with a mix of woodland and savannah, staying near water sources.
Aside from the darker coat in mature males, male Sables have thicker and longer horns compared to females. The curve of the male's horns is also more pronounced.
Spot and stalk is the most common method. Sables have keen senses, making stalking a thrilling challenge. They can also be hunted from blinds near waterholes.
Considering the size and tenacity of the Sable, a medium to large caliber rifle, such as .308 or .30-06, is recommended. Always aim for the vital regions for an ethical shot.
Trophy quality is typically gauged by horn length and shape. A horn length exceeding 40 inches is considered exceptional, though anything above 35 inches is seen as a good trophy.
Yes, Sable meat is lean and is considered tasty, often compared to other types of venison.
Certainly! Craig Boddington Endorsed Outfitters can recommend experienced and reliable outfitters who specialize in Sable Antelope hunts, ensuring you a responsible and unforgettable hunting journey.
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