Tumbleweed Lodge South Dakota
Tumbleweed Lodge located in Harrold,
South Dakota has been voted one of the top ten bird
shooting destinations in the world by the Outdoor
Channel and Wing Shooting magazine. They regularly host
Baretta firearms and are frequently featured on Versus
This lodge typically is fully booked each year from
repeat guests. We have just had a group of six that
visited last year and immediately after their hunt
rebooked for September 25-29th, 2011.
We now have availability for a group of six hunters
September 25-29th,2011 for a pheasant hunt at Tumbleweed
Lodge. This opening will be held until January 10th,
This is a great opportunity to hunt pheasant in South
Dakota at one of the finest upland bird hunting
destinations in the world.
Terry Fenn of Chinanga Safaris is
currently in the Save Valley Conservancy (Impala ranch, on
the Gonarezhou side corner) having just finished a lion,
leopard and plains game safari.
They have a lion hitting bait but failed to connect with it
before the safari ended. They have seen the lion and
indicated it is a mature male. The client has taken buffalo,
sable and a few plains game species.
This leaves a lion or leopard and plainsgame safari, (with
lion currently on bait) available.
This safari needs to be taken immediately and is for a
maximum of ten days.
If someone buys this hunt Terry Fenn will continue to bait
in order to attempt to keep the lion in the area..
We do not recommend pursuing this deal you only want leopard
and not lion. Although leopard is available Terry has only
seen one set of leopard tracks throughout the previous
The details are as follows:
Lion or leopard and plainsgame safari
1x1 daily rate $500.00 per day x 10 days
The following quota is available
1 Bushpig ($400)
1 Giraffe ($2200) or Hippo ($3000.00)
1 Male impala ($250)
1 Kudu bull ($1200)
2 Zebra ($900) or wildebeest ($800) or 1of each
The above is being sold as a package for $11,500.00 which
includes daily rates and trophy fees on the game listed
above. Any trophies not taken will not be charged.
If the lion is taken there will be an additional trophy fee
Or for leopard $5,000
There will be additional trophy fees for bait animals if
This safari is normally $2500.00 per day for an 18 day
Transfer fee is $500.00 from Bulawayo or Harare.
Dipping and packing fee is dependent on amount of species
4% tax on daily rates
2% tax on trophy fees.
Martin Pieters Safaris has 2 trophy elephant bulls left in
the Omay. I spoke with Martin this morning and he indicated
there are lot of good elephant in his area.
Details are as follows
10 day trophy elephant hunt $ 16 000
10 day trophy elephant/ buffalo hunt $ 19000
Above prices Include
Daily rates 1 x 1
Trophy fees for respective animals
Additional animals at listed prices
Dip/pack $ 650
Cites tag $ 150
Non hunting Observers $ 100/ day each
Observers paying $ 250/ day can shoot plains game at listed
Clients can expect to track and see many elephant with
possibility of 40 pounds plus.
Clients can add hippo at $ 4000 trophy fee
·2nd buffalo bull @ $ 4000 trophy fee if shot
The above hunts normally price at as:
10 Day elephant bull with trophy fee $24,000
10 Day elephant/buffalo with trophy fees $27,000
Pieters Safaris in Zimbabwe.
This safari will take place in the Omay safari area. The
Omay borders Matusadona National Park along Lake Kariba. If
you are interested in the safari below do not hesitate to
"Do you have any lion hunters that can move pretty fast, 3
big cats have just come into the area from the park and have
taken up residence along the park boundary, it is no
guarantee, as they move the whole time, this is what I can
15 day lion/ buffalo/ hippo/ plains game @ $ 800/ day
(2010 late season rates only )
Dates 1st Nov through 8th Dec 2010
1 x lion $ 10 000
1 x hippo $ 4000
1st buffalo bull $ 2750
2nd buffalo bull $ 4000
Plains game as per list
2 % tax on daily rates
2 % tax on trophy fees
Dip/ pack $ 650
Charters if required
· Please note that in the Omay, it IS LEGAL to shoot at
night, call lion and bait."
This safari is normally 18 days at $1100.00 per day