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    apparently goats don't eat it

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    apparently goats don't eat it
    Nope they are smart in that sense, either that or they got a cast iron gut and eat everything
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetawa View Post
    Drive between Awakino and Marokopa regular and see heaps of goats on DOC land. Has had the green crap spread there but still see heaps.
    And maybe not culled as hard..? More extensive country to hide in..?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tetawa View Post
    Drive between Awakino and Marokopa regular and see heaps of goats on DOC land. Has had the green crap spread there but still see heaps.
    Thanks. Now know where I'm going when the deer stump me one time too many haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiroatedson View Post
    And maybe not culled as hard..? More extensive country to hide in..?


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    I drove that road a lot between 1998 and 2006 and never saw many goats, but the cullers were working that whole area pretty hard in the 90s. They got huge numbers in the Moeatoa reserve. There is a lot of private land through there that may be feeding the DOC land with goats too. When I was growing up in that area it was all about chasing pigs or possums, no-one cared about goats (except for that brief period when nannies were worth $100 each!).

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    Come to hawkes bay. Goats a plenty here. I shoot em for a living and I'm not poor ��
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    Big shout out to rushey for taking me for a goat shoot. Really appreciated it since that big young flella hunt went downwards haha really let the hunting bug out now the new car funds will be new gun funds, thanks rushey
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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony View Post
    Big shout out to rushey for taking me for a goat shoot. Really appreciated it since that big young flella hunt went downwards haha really let the hunting bug out now the new car funds will be new gun funds, thanks rushey
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    How did the marlin go @anthony

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    Beaut @northdude did a fair bit of damage on the old goats haha got that scope sighted in but Iím gunna get a new scope some time this week so need to sight it in again

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    Next time take your sighting in targets down aye, my swinging gongs don't swing with that cardboard in the way
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
    Next time take your sighting in targets down aye, my swinging gongs don't swing with that cardboard in the way
    @Tommy you are charged with conduct to the prejudice of good hunting guest etiquette. A disciplinary hearing will be held in the forth coming days and you will be found guilty and sentenced to make good by giving Barefoot a crate of Waikato. He doesn't like Waikato and will no doubt seek counsel from me as to how he might dispose of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian 22. View Post
    Bugger. I was going to go and go hunt them.

    I will try aria or taumaranui. All of the north Waikato have been culled. North auckland is booked til new years. So has pirongia. Goats are looking thin on the ground.
    heaps south of te Kuiti. when you turn left to head to taumaranui. the hill on the right at 8 mile has tons on it, go to first cow shed on the left, you will know it has steps for the cows to walk down pop in there and ask them to pop some goats off. @tetawa might even know the guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mucko View Post
    heaps south of te Kuiti. when you turn left to head to taumaranui. the hill on the right at 8 mile has tons on it, go to first cow shed on the left, you will know it has steps for the cows to walk down pop in there and ask them to pop some goats off. @tetawa might even know the guy.
    Is that a newish cowshed ie 10 years old roughly..? If it where I think it is I know who you're talking about b


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    Quote Originally Posted by tiroatedson View Post
    Is that a newish cowshed ie 10 years old roughly..? If it where I think it is I know who you're talking about b


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    Oh please do tell....

 

 

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