Tag Archives: Professional Hunters

PH Spotlight – Graham Williams

Graham Williams tagged along when his friend, Colin, booked a dangerous game hunt for banteng and buffalo and a chain of events producing unintended consequences began. His first shots stopped a wounded banteng at eight yards that was charging Colin. “The bull almost cartwheeled over and the dust, the nerves, excitement and adrenaline I still recall today,” said Williams.  “I was now hooked on big game hunting and big rifles.” Continue reading PH Spotlight – Graham Williams

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PH Spotlight – John Sharp

John lives up to the all the legends of the African big game hunter. In 1978, soon after John got his Lerner Professional Hunter’s License, independence came to Zimbabwe. He decided to return to Cape Town and while awaiting the actions of the new government, he bought the Hard Rock Café which he operated for three years.  In 1982, John sold the Café and returned to Zimbabwe. He passed the test, received his PH license and began his hunting career. Continue reading PH Spotlight – John Sharp

PH Spotlight – Karl Goodhand Goodhand Outback Experience

Karl Goodhand is a passionate hunter who lives and breathes hunting. He was born in Australia and has lived his entire life in the areas he hunts.  He began hunting at an early age, then began guiding friends and family. His love of the hunt combined with his skills progressed into a career as a professional hunter. Continue reading PH Spotlight – Karl Goodhand Goodhand Outback Experience

PH Spotlight – Bjørn Georg Jensen

Hunting has been a part of Jensen’s life since boyhood. Both his parents are hunters with Africa in their hearts. He shot his first African trophy, a southern impala, at the age of ten. “From then on, there was no way back for me. Africa is in my blood, too,” Jensen says.  Surrounded by wildlife in the taxidermy studio his parents own, Jensen grew up with an enhanced perspective of hunting. Continue reading PH Spotlight – Bjørn Georg Jensen