A professional hunter must accompany overseas visitors who wish to hunt in South African. The professional hunter is the person that guides the client in the hunting area in order to hunt an animal to obtain a trophy. He sees to the welfare of the client while in the hunting camp. He is in charge of the hunting camp and its personnel. He makes certain the client is in possession of all relevant documents, licenses and permits before the hunt can start. He sees to it that the client's trophies are skinned and prepared according to the correct methods. He is responsible for his client's safety while in the camp and in the hunting area. The professional hunter sees to it that his client does not hunt contrary to the provisions of the law.
Roelof Fourie has been involved in hunting for more than 38 years and has hunted the majority of South African plains game. He is also an accountant in private practice. A hunter at heart his memberships also include those to Safari Club International, Rowland Ward Guild of Field Sportsmen and Free State Hunters and Game Conservation Association. He believes in hunting free roaming wild animals as far as possible and will ensure that his clients experience an authentic African Hunting Safari in the true sense of the word.