High, low and from every angle with a zig-zagging flight just to confuse things, that's our Doves and Pigeons. The birds fly into harvested grain fields in a steady stream in the afternoons. The pigeons decoy well.


Yellow-billed Duck, Red-billed Teal and White-Faced Duck are the three species we shoot out of thatch blinds on the edge of small marches or ponds. The Yellow-billed Duck and Red-billed Teal decoy extremely well. For the collector with a special licence.


Francolin and Spurfowl are well suited to crop farming and are found in coveys and small groups around the grain lands. Francolin are shot over English Pointers on the edges of the grain fields.


The Spurwing Goose, the world's largest, is shot along with the Egyptian Goose out of blinds over a spread of silhouette decoys. The Spurwing ganders average around 18 pounds each and are true trophies.


Guineafowl are presented to the guns in European style driven hunts. This is highly challenging shooting and the chants and songs of the Zulu beaters add to the exciting atmosphere of the shoot.