It’s all about hogs in the first episode of African Hunter. This series is by Africans for Africans. Find out how the locals do it.
We are in the Winterburgs of the Eastern Cape hunting two of them with bow and rifle, including a couple of monsters – the ‘Mountain Boar’ and, the really big one, ‘Hogzilla’. And then to the north of the country for roan antelope. Bushpig hunting is ‘a personal thing,’ says one of our hunters.
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