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282 pp, 143 color photographic illustrations. Foreword by Barrie Duckworth. Zimbabwe is one of Africa's major big game hunting destinations and Pete Fick is one of Zimbabwe's best known professional hunters. Pete originally joined the Parks Dept to engage in dangerous game culling (esp. elephant) during which time he shot over 1,000 elephants, plus many buffalo, lion and leopard. Later he became a professional hunter and hunted in Chewore, Matetsi, Ngamo, Kazuma and Save Valley. Pete has many nicknames. Gazi, meaning blood, is one because Pete is always happy when there is blood in the back of his truck. His other nickname is Tsetsere, meaning honey badger, because ie is stubborn and tenacious. Most of Pete's stories are about hunting dangerous game and there is a moving story about the death of his tracker. After 30 years afield, Pete elected to go on his own and is now associated with the Bubye Valley conservancy. If you ever plan to hunt in Zimbabwe, this book is a must.
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Book Description Trophy Room Books, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1882458443