Hunting Red Stags in April

Hunting Red Stags in April

Monday 19th October 2009
HOW TO HUNT RED STAGS DURING MARCH/APRIL Put simply, timing of the roar revolves around when hinds are cycling (i.e. when they’re ovulating and ready to mate). At least that’s the gist of it anyway. Stags scent out cycling hinds and essentially spend their time marking out their territo... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Carle Tags: southern alps, roar, red deer, stags
Bruised, Battered, But not Broken - The Climb From Hell
This article continues from the previous Issue where I surmised our 14 day sojourn throughout various catchments in the Southern Alps. The context of this Issue, however, only details one area in particular, the slog from hell, and the little intricacies around how we got our red stags. No mention o... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Tags: southern alps, red deer, roar, stags
Bruised, Battered, But not Broken - An Overview
This article summarises our jam-packed 14 day sojourn into the Southern Alps whereby Andre Alipate and I hunted two West Coast catchments and four East Coast catchments in pursuit of red skins. There's too much content to fit into one article (sorry), so this is an overview and another couple of ar... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Tags: southern alps, red deer, roar, stags
Lemons in the Whitcombe - March 2008

Lemons in the Whitcombe - March 2008

Sunday 16th November 2008
The original of this article can be found in Issue 5 of the NZ HUNTER magazine This article is a little bit different from my previous writings. To make a long story short, our 2008 roar trip turned out to be fruitless despite the exhausted planning and preparation. Most people prefer to read succe... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Tags: southern alps, red deer, roar, stags, WARO
Red Stags in Velvet

Red Stags in Velvet

Wednesday 12th March 2008
Report from December 2006. I popped out for a day hunt on Christmas Eve and saw 3 good stags. One was going to grow into an 11pointer, and the other two were going to grow into VERY big 8pointers Here is the 11pointer, he was a healthy looking stag - we are 229m from them at this point. The fro... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Tags: stags, southern alps, red deer
Stags in the Southern Alps

Stags in the Southern Alps

Monday 25th February 2008
February was just about to end and the stags would be well into stripping their velvet. IT was time to get back into the hills in search of some hard antler! I hunted on my own while my mate Kevin hunted up an entirely different creek. Unfortunately he didnt see anything for the entire 3days, but th... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Tags: southern alps, red deer, stags
Roe Deer Czech Republic 2007

Roe Deer Czech Republic 2007

Sunday 10th February 2008
HUNT ONE In August of 2007 I spent 4days hunting in the Czech Republic, South West of Prague by about an hour and half (Region of Bohemia in a village called Tabor). This trip was essentially a family trip with my partner Elisa, and Mum and Dad (who live in Rome, Italy) as a finishing touch to o... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Tags: roe deer, europe, red deer, pigs, dogs
Trophy Summary 2006

Trophy Summary 2006

Sunday 10th February 2008
In summary of what 2006 brought in terms of great trips and fine tophies, this post is to reminisce a most enjoyable year and share it with those of you who are interested.. 2006 got off to a great start with Zulu coming on 12 months old at the time, and showing good form on the hill.... View full article
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Added By: Jamie Tags: red deer, chamois, bull tahr, pigs, southern alps, roar
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