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Red Stag Roar

By |2019-04-23T22:28:13+00:00April 22nd, 2019|News & Articles|

This time of the year in New Zealand is the beginning of fall, and the stags that roam the hills are coming into the most exciting time of the year, the “rut.” The “rut”, or otherwise known as the “roar” for the red deer starts in the month of March and goes through April in New Zealand.

Hunting Season 2015

By |2016-12-09T00:29:35+00:00May 7th, 2015|News & Articles|

The Red Stag roar began mid March and ended at the end of April, with some magnificent stags hunted, and some very happy clients. The red stag rut is always an exciting period for our hunters, there is nothing like the lion like roar bellowing out across the valley.

Food & Cuisine

By |2016-12-09T00:29:35+00:00December 30th, 2013|New Zealand|

The country’s Pacific Rim cuisine is based on its abundance of wonderful fresh produce. Tender lamb, beef, pork, venison, succulent green-lipped mussels, Bluff oysters, crayfish (lobster), paua (abalone), whitebait, scallops, salmon, deep-sea fish and, of course, kiwifruit.

North Island

By |2013-12-30T15:05:24+00:00December 30th, 2013|New Zealand|

New Zealand’s North Island is blessed with a mild maritime climate ranging from subtropical in the Far North to temperate in the rest of the island. The land was moulded aeons ago by the fierce fires of countless volcanoes - the last eruption was as recent as 1996, when giant Mt Ruapehu blew its top.

Otago

By |2016-12-09T00:29:35+00:00December 28th, 2013|Freshwater Fisheries|

Notable Waters: Clutha and Hunter Rivers - This region extends from the Shag River down to The Catlins and inland to the Mt Aspiring National Park. It offers some of the best trout and salmon angling experiences to be found in New Zealand.