Where to hunt Red-Fronted Gazelle
Red-fronted Gazelle is similar to Thomson's Gazelle and originally occurred in a band, which stretched from West Africa across to Ethiopia. Due to habitat loss these antelope are found in fragmented populations along the southern edge of the Sahara Desert and are not well-adapted to arid conditions, having to migrate southwards during dry times to find sufficient water. BookYourHunt has an offer to hunt this species available in Chad.
The plains game hunt daily rate in Chad will cost you between $1500-1895 per day. The trophy fee for A Red-fronted Gazelle is $2050.
When to hunt Red-Fronted Gazelle?
The hunting season in Chad starts on 1 January and closes on 31 March.
Being primarily short grass grazers, they can be found in arid grasslands, open wooded savanna and shrubby steppes. They have also adapted to extensive pasturelands and abandoned agricultural fields. These animals are normally spotted at a distance from a vehicle. If a suitable male is seen whilst glassing over the herd, then an approach stalk will be planned. Grazing out in the open often means there is little cover to work with when trying to get within shooting distance.
Why hunt Red-Fronted Gazelle?
Not many hunters have had the opportunity to hunt in Chad, so to pick off one of these species will make your trophy truly unique. Besides being a challenging hunt, they make fantastic full, shoulder and pedestal mount. A barbequed backstrap (saddle) makes for a great camp starter after a long day's hunting.
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