Jet Boating New Zealand

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  1. MountainEdge

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    We often use jet boats here in New Zealand to access hunting areas which are well off the beaten track, it also adds another exciting element to the hunt! This particular area in this video is home to Red Deer and a few feral hogs, trophy quality is low so we mainly hunt here for meat, during the fishing season tho the lake and river is home to huge trophy brown trout. The Lake ( Lake Hauroko ) is New Zealand's deepest at 463 meters, it then drains via the the Wairaurahiri river which falls 185 meters over 27 kms to the sea, location Fiordland national park. Video shows a typical trip down the river:
     
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    Hand grips for the white knuckle ride!
    Must be a Renal Unit at the bottom to help with the Kidney replacements.
     
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    Beautiful country side, and it looked like the boat ride was a blast. More fun going upstream by the look on the drivers face...:heh::heh::beer:
     
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