Auction: Hunt South Africa

Thompson/Center, a brand of Smith & Wesson, and a platinum sponsor of the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt, has donated a South African kudu hunt for auction at the event. Included in the package is:

  • A Thompson/Center firearm valued at up to $900 MSRP to be used on the hunt
  • Travel to and from South Africa (or up to $2,000 reimbursement if winning bidder makes his or her own travel arrangements) and airport pick up in Johannesburg.
  • Chalet accommodations and meals
  • Firearm permit and field prep
  • Kudu trophy fee and gratuities
  • Up to $1000 reimbursement for dipping/packing and shipping of trophy is included
  • The hunt may be upgraded to include additional species

Diekie Muller Safaris in the Limpopo Province will provide the outfitting for this hunt of a lifetime. The auction will take place live on Friday, October 13, 2017. To arrange an advance absentee bid or proxy bidder, please call (307) 314-2181.

Craig Boddington, one of today’s most respected outdoor journalists and husband of Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt 2016 special guest, Donna Boddington, hunted with Diekie Muller Safaris in June 2017 and gives this outfitter high marks. Craig says, “His camp is excellent, food and accommodations great, and his hunting concessions are large and hold plenty of game. Diekie Muller conducts most of his hunts personally; he’s a first-class and highly experienced professional hunter and, most important of all, he’s a lot of fun to hunt with!”

The winning bidder will be attending this hunt with a representative from Thompson/Center / Smith & Wesson, an Outdoor writer for a well know Sporting/Outdoor magazine and Gregg Ritz, a Thompson/Center Pro Hunter and Star of Hunt Masters on the Outdoor Channel. This hunt may be partially or fully filmed for a future TV show.

Hunters will arrive and depart from Johannesburg, South Africa, departing April 9, 2018 and returning April 19, 2018.


Call (307) 314-2181 to register an advance bid or attend the auction and bid in person.

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