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New Zealand Ram Hunting

This is a discussion on New Zealand Ram Hunting within the Hunting Australia & New Zealand forums, part of the HUNTING & FISHING WORLDWIDE category; Originally Posted by Diamondhitch Cool, this is the time of year I hunt for my Merino wool socks and underwear! ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondhitch View Post
    Cool, this is the time of year I hunt for my Merino wool socks and underwear!
    yep I took my dad hunting in Texas back in 98 first time to hunt a fenced area he took a nice Merino and I mounted it for him the only thing in 78 year that he's shot with horns its still hanging on his wall.
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    Default A Great Place to Hunt

    I looked at your trophy pics...very impressive. You've done a lot of hunting in a lot of places.

    But there's a big gap in your pics.... although I suppose that's only my personal opinion.

    Both pictures below were taken in the same place in that country.

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    Default Hunting Scenery Mount Cook area

    Sorry.

    Previous post pictures should look like this.

    Location is above Tasman River near mount Cook and the Hermitage

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    Default What they look like now.

    The New Zealand Red Stag looks like this at the moment...

    A couple of nice stags in the evening light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKBURN View Post
    That is an impressive trophy.
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    Default Evening Stag

    Getting Arty Farty here. This stag never saw me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nzhuntinginfo View Post
    Getting Arty Farty here. This stag never saw me.
    Oh I am so jealous Love those horns in velvet.
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    nice head

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    Nice rack!
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    Default Roar In New Zealand

    The roar started early for me this year...I was lucky to get onto some good active stags in Mid March.
    In new Zealand we have wild deer herds that originate from liberations made 100 years ago using founder stock from various parts of the UK and Scotland.


    This photo was taken at 109m with 12 optical zoom.
    When I put up the next photo of this stag maybe an enthusiast might recognise which part of the UK the Stag originates from.




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