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    Big Bay

    I've been lucky enough to be invited to join a party going to Big Bay.
    If anybody has been in there recently care to comment on the terrain and hunting this area in general.
    Hunting is relaxing just like Yoga except I get to kill something.
    If it Flies it dies and if it hops it drops.

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    Heaps of helicopter pressure but heaps of deer.

    While whitebait season is on your better off hunting further away from the settlement. Mckenzie creek gets hammered but just handy to the beach.

    Up the creek are excellent spots to pick up a few. Dry Ararua is good hunting as well.
    Most of the whitebait residents have quads and spotlight so the further your prepared to go the better you will do.
    In saying that we have tonged up a heap on the beach in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Heaps of helicopter pressure but heaps of deer.

    While whitebait season is on your better off hunting further away from the settlement. Mckenzie creek gets hammered but just handy to the beach.

    Up the creek are excellent spots to pick up a few. Dry Ararua is good hunting as well.
    Most of the whitebait residents have quads and spotlight so the further your prepared to go the better you will do.
    In saying that we have tonged up a heap on the beach in the past.

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    Good fella!

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    I have a small two person inflatable kayak with outboard motor that weights bugger all
    Would it be worth taking it?
    Hunting is relaxing just like Yoga except I get to kill something.
    If it Flies it dies and if it hops it drops.

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    Shit yes. If your a diver I know some great pozzies for crays in the bay. Big blue cod there as well if sea is calm.

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    Yes I dive but will only be taking in snorkling gear. Got to keep the weight down.
    PM with the locations if you dont want to go public
    Hunting is relaxing just like Yoga except I get to kill something.
    If it Flies it dies and if it hops it drops.

 

 

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