Our business is built on successful hunts and satisfied clients. Therefore, it is important to be honest with yourself and your guide as to your shooting and hunting abilities. At the beginning of your hunt your guide will counsel you as to the preferred shot placement for your chosen species. Please keep an open mind to this advice and let go of any preconceived theories you may have as to how to hunt any of the animals in our concession.
If the unthinkable occurs and an animal is lost, it is entirely your guide's call as to whether or not your hunt continues. If your guide feels that the animal's wounds are not life-threatening, you will be able to continue to hunt that species. On the other hand, if your guide feels that the animal will die as a result of its wounds, you will be expected to make every effort to locate the animal. Should you and your guide not be able to locate the animal, the hunt for that species will be ended. You may continue to hunt for another species assuming you have a tag for it, but not for the same species that was lost.
Be assured we will continue to search for the lost animal long after you have left and will send it to you if we are successful in locating it.
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