Life skills - West Coast Style
An Update on the West Coast Tahr Ballot
Spring is a fantastic time to hunt, but it pays to understand a few of the hazards associated with that time of the year.
A review of the Firstlite Vapour Stormlight Jacket - Chole King
Luke and Tom on the Westland tops hunting Chamois, filmed and edited on location and entirley on iphone.
There's not too many scenario's where a morning beer out hunting is appropriate, but here's one.
Tim Butcher talks trophy assessment. A must read for anyone wanting to get better at on the hoof assesment.
Waterproof and breathable hunting clothing can be a mine field of misinformation. Independant testing like this creates transparency for you the consumor.
Three farmers and a builder chasing bull tahr on the coast.
Hunting apparel has come a long way. Meaning that when the weather finally clears, you're actually still on the hill.
The 2.8 Hilux has become a New Zealand back country icon, and rightfully so.
Not many people spend as much time in the hills, or trash boots with the frequency Joseph Peter does. So after a full season of guiding here's his review of the Scarpa Grand Dru
Tahr hunting terrain can be serious, especially above the snowline. Here's some thoughts on staying safe and a video of Hugh Bagleys bull of a lifetime in some seriously problematic terrain.
Guest contributor Shane Simpson tells us why he's now hooked on Southern Alps hunting after taking his first bull earlier this rut.
Camo hunting clothing and some of the science behind it
A few basic tips to get better photos on that next hunting trip
A quick 2017 Otago roar edit from Luke
A photo heavy run down of the first week in the tahr blocks
New to chasing Chamois? Here's 10 things you should know
Tahr ballots and the growth of mountain hunting in New Zealand. What does the future hold?
With enough time on the hill you will eventually get lucky.
A fluke week of good weather in the Landsborough - Chasing Scrub Bulls.
Here's the full article and video from Shaun Monk
Learn how to cape out that trophy of a lifetime and avoid the dissapointment of stuffing it up
A mature stag with good lenght and 14 even points. We can't really ask for much more