ISSUE 49 - On Sale Mon 28th September
Spring is in the air - well, not really in the high country for a month or so yet, and the spring equinoctial weather can be very disturbed and wintery at times!
There are still a few deer species with antlers on for those after a trophy (see page 14), and of course it is a great time to get yourself a trophy of one of the alpine species – tahr and chamois. The bulls are coming progressively lower in altitude and more accessible, and will often be in male only groups making trophy evaluation easier. Chamois bucks are usually loners though (except for Jono and Jacques’ bucks, page 26!), so keep looking for that big animal on its own and you might strike that 10 inch buck you’ve been looking for. In general all our animals will slowly be putting condition back on after the winter so their eating quality will keep improving on the run down to Christmas.
This issue we have...
The winners of last issues Spot the Logo were Kim Bowden and Graham Perkins. The logos were in the Thermarest ad on page 22 and the Burris Eliminator ad on page 65. There’s a new logo competition in ISSUE 49 - To find out how the ..
We’ve drawn the latest subscription prize draw and the winners were Scott McNair – who won a East Kaweka Helicopter flight to the value of $1050 Nathan McCluskie – who won a Mission Kayak “WOLF” package RRP $999 Thomas Dalle..
Download articles from our How To's Archive
Click here to find more How To's in the 'Hunting Resources' section
NZ Hunter Hunting Calendars now available on the website
You'll be happy to know that we have started uploading the Hunting Calendars that we published in previous editions of the magazine.
Click here to find all 6 calendars in the 'Hunting Resources' section
We’ve decided to put a guide to understanding optics on the website, due to room constraints in the magazine. Optics reviews by nature cover some fairly technical stuff that requires quite a bit of explanation to anyone reading one fo..
GET AMONGST IT - Big Game Hunting
This is a three and a half hour film of big game hunting on public land all over New Zealand.
It follows the NZ Hunter Crew through a whole year of big game hunting, starting in Spring, then Summer, the Wapiti Bugle in Fiordland, the Red and Sika Roar, Bowhunting in the Roar, and finally Tahr hunting.
By using the latest double layer technology, we’ve been able to get the equivalent playing time of 2 DVD’s onto one disc – like getting 2 for the price of one!
Also still available "Rock & Roll", NZ Hunter’s Kiwi Duck and Goose Hunting DVD
Rock & Roll - Kiwi duck and goose hunting at its best!
Hunting – It’s not a hobby for the NZHUNTER team, it’s a way of life!
Join us for 1 ¾ hours of hard out waterfowl hunting in New Zealand’s North and South Islands.Follow us on a variety of duck and goose hunts over both land and water, and have a laugh with us along the way.
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