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Leopard Hunting in Namibia

The leopard is the smallest of the Big Five, but do not underestimate this cat!

When hunting Leopard in Africa, you will be glad to hear that our hunting location in Namibia sports a high concentration of Leopards. We offer safaris for hunting Leopard all year round. Our hunting adventures will satisfy any trophy hunter who has been dreaming of hunting this elusive cat.

Hunting Leopard is typically done by baiting and setting up hides in strategic locations months before a hunter arrives on our hunting ranch. This is done in order to stimulate Leopard activity and therefore increasing your chances taking home a Leopard trophy.

Being the smallest cat in the Big Five family, this elusive creature should never be underestimated. When wounded, the Leopard is extremely dangerous and will be very likely to charge you. He can survive without water for long periods by absorbing it from his prey. However if water is available he will drink regularly.

It is well known that Leopards tend to drag their prey into trees to protect it from larger animals. It is astonishing to see them carry prey into tree tops that weigh as much as they do.

Hunting Leopard is commonly done by using small antelope as bait which is then hung on branches. The Leopard mostly hunts during the night and therefore it is extremely difficult for a hunter to get in position for a shot. Like with most African countries where he is hunted, it is best to take him during the day.

You should be very careful in taking a follow up shot with this animal. If the Leopard gets the slightest chance to get close to you he can cause serious injuries. Hunters that have survived a Leopard attack say, for every second he is on you, you will be needing a 100 stitches.

This cat deserves the utmost respect from a hunter. If you find yourself tracking a wounded Leopard, you should know that he is a master of stealth and can come at you from nowhere.

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