November 2020

Newsletter by Edmond Rouillard (Outfitter) and Niel Uys (Manager):

Dear friends... We trust you are well.

After a long dry spell we finally got some good rain and the bush is looking green again. During the off season we will be working on new projects and maintenance on the farm and camps. Read about some of these projects below with more to come in the next newsletter.


  1. New Projects

  2. Maintenance

  3. Newborn arrivals on Harloo

  4. Marketing

  5. Rhino stats

  6. Great deals on hunts


Yours Sincerely

Edmond Rouillard (Outfitter)

1. New Projects

We just finished building a new dam on Harloo. Currently it needs another 30 inches to reach the full level mark. See the pictures below.

Phase 1: Preparing the foundation

Phase 2: Building the wall support structure

Phase 3: Laying the bricks of the wall

Phase 4: Filling the wall with concrete

Phase 5: Completion of the dam wall

We are also building 2 new bow blinds in well located areas. See pic of stage 1. More in the following newsletter.

This picture above shows the new more natural waterhole and the hole that’s dug for the new pit blind in the back. The distance from the blind to the furthest point of the waterhole is 20 yards.

2. Maintenance

With all the rain we have had the alien plants have started growing again. Pictured below is the team that is spraying these alien plants with herbicide like Gladiator and Plenum that only kill broadleaved (Lantana) plants so that grasses will not be affected.

3. Newborn arrivals on Harloo

Nature is truly amazing! After the good rain, when the grass started growing and food is in abundance, the Impala females started to give birth. We saw our first new born impala about two weeks ago.

Beautiful rainbow picture taken on Harloo after the rain. 

New born baby impala.

4. Marketing

First of all we want to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. We hope to see you at SCI in Reno next year!

Follow us on Facebook! We have decided that we are going to post frequent posts on Facebook which will include some pictures of hunts, sightings and more. Please visit Harloo Facebook page and like us or send us a friend request to be able to follow us on Facebook.

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Dear Friends - In previous newsletters we have asked a big favour and we want to ask again that you please write something about your experience with us on Marketing is a very costly expenditure and business is tough with the political problems and the weak economy. For those who have already posted we thank you. It is truly appreciated!

5. Rhino stats and Poaching Report

Poaching review and security update: As at 9 October 2019 (KZN and National)

2014 1028 rhinos poached country wide
2015 1054 rhinos poached country wide
2016 162 rhinos poached in KZN
2017 222 rhinos poached in KZN
2018 142 rhinos poached in KZN
2019 105 rhinos poached in KZN to date
General update:

 It has been very quiet in all of the reserves.
 Biggest issue is hunting with dogs and firearms (Licensed firearms) 

6. Great deals on hunts:



  • Old, hard bossed dagga bull up to 37” spread.

  • Including 3 nights for one hunter, license fees, field staff all included - no hidden fees


  • Old, hard bossed dagga bull up to 40” spread 

  • Including 3 nights for one hunter, permits, license fees & field staff all included – no hidden fees


  • Old, hard bossed dagga bull up to 43” spread. 

  • Including 3 nights for one hunter, permits, license fees & field staff all included – no hidden fees


  • Choose any 6 out of the following species total per package deal: Grey Duiker, Warthog, Impala, Blesbuck, Wildebeest, Zebra, Kudu & Nyala 

  • Including 10 days, 9 nights for two hunters hunting 2 on 1 all in for $8 990 


  • $1 100 (expect less than 26”) 

  • $1 900 (expect 26” to 29” realistically)

All bulls will be mature adult bulls.


  • From $3 100 (9ft), $7 000 (12ft), $13 500 (13, 5 ft.) pending age & size – Up to 15 feet can be hunted  

  • Including daily rate as per brochure  


Please ask us about our cull hunt packages Impala from $150, Warthog from $150 and Nyala at $600


Hunt an old mature Roan Antelope for only $6700 including 6 days!

  • Trophy fee for Roan bull under 28” $6700

  • Trophy fee for Roan bull above 28” $7700

  • Including 6 days for 1 hunter.

  • Regular price $10 000 and more.

  • Permits, license fees, field staff all included no hidden fees.

  • First come basis. Limited numbers available.

  • See brochure for usual stuff what is in or excluded.


  • Trophy fee for black mature Sable bull up to 40”  

  • Including 3 days for 1 hunter all in for $3 980 

  • Trophy fee for black mature Sable bull up to 42”  

  • Including 3 days all in for $4 690 

Permits, license fees & field staff all included, no hidden fees on the above specials. On all specials please see our 2019 brochure or website for usual stuff included or excluded as well as our terms and conditions.