A Mozambique lion hunt is typically done over bait. Usually the bait will be a buffalo or plains game animal from one of the previous hunts. A lion hunt almost always follows directly behind a buffalo hunt so that lions can be pre-baited before you even arrive in camp. The ideal situation is for you to arrive and already have the baits being hit. Trail cams are used to identify trophy males that are hitting the bait.
Sometimes you’ll hunt lions with predator calls. Electric, remote callers can be very effective in some situations.
Once you have taken your lion, there are cape buffalo as well as many species of plains game to hunt on a trophy fee basis. A few of the unique plains game species include a number of Tiny Ten species; Roosevelt Sable; Livingstone Eland; Lichtenstein Hartebeest; and Niassa Wildebeest.
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