Steve Kobrine first hunted in South Africa in 1988 and has been hunting every year since. From 1995 Steve has lived full time in various African countries and in 2000 has been residing on his own South African game ranch. Steve hunts only with a bow and arrow and to date has taken 109 species in Africa - he has shot the big 6 twice. He was the first person to shoot all 29 animals of the "African 29". By taking a Mountain Nyala in 2008 he became the first person to shoot all 9 of the major spiral horned antelope with a bow and arrow.
He specialises in the rarest and most difficult species in Africa and was the first modern archer to take Vaal Rhebok, Lord Derby Eland, Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk, Zambezi Sitatunga, Barbary Wild Boar, Dwarf Forest Buffalo, Maxwell's Duiker, Royal Antelope, Bates Pigmy Antelope, Forest Elephant, Nile Bushbuck, Uganda Kob, and more.