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A Hunter's Hunter

A lifetime of African Safari - By Robin Hurt

A Hunter's Hunter - By Robin Hurt

Robin Hurt has written his second book on his hunting adventures, which is due to be published in February 2020


The late Anthony "Tony" Dyer, the Doyen of the East African Professional Hunters once described Robin Hurt as the 'Hunter’s Hunter', hence the title of this book. In 1999 Robin wrote his first book ‘Hunting the Big Five‘. This, his second book is of a lifetime’s experience in the African bush. It encompasses adventures in the remotest parts of Africa’s game fields accompanied by his intrepid clients, friends and trackers. It records Robin’s remarkable life as a professional hunter and conservationist.

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The late Anthony "Tony" Dyer, the Doyen of the East African Professional Hunters once described Robin Hurt as the 'Hunter’s Hunter', hence the title of this book.
 

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Robin Hurt Safaris -
55 Years as a professional hunter and
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From an early age, Robin developed a passion for both hunting and wildlife. His father, Lt Col Roger Hurt D.S.O. was a Game Warden, and as a teenager Robin assisted with wildlife management in the area...

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2020 Capstick Conservation Award Winners: 
Robin and Pauline Hurt

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The Peter Hathaway Capstick Hunting Heritage Award Committee has selected Robin and Pauline Hurt as the 2020 award recipients.
 

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Open letter from the president of the African Professional Hunters Association

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Unless you have been to Africa and ventured beyond the well-travelled roads and comfortable accommodations found in many of the continent's great national parks, you will never understand the real reason...

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Hunting Cape Buffalo in
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I had been mulling this hunt over for many years after an article I had read about hunting on horseback on Mount Longido. After some research I decided to book with
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Robin Hurt Safaris attending
both SCI & Dallas Safari
Club in 2020

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Robin Hurt Safaris will be attending the following shows early next year and we very much look forward to catching up with
as many of our friends as possible
 

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African Professional Hunters Association

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CIC

SCI

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