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    Cameron Hunting Block

    Anyone been into the Cameron lately? Is it any good or are there better hunting blocks to go to in the area?

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    Cameron Hunting Block

    Went there about 10 years ago. It's a nice block. No one has mentioned it in hunting mags for a while so would have less pressure than Manson and back ridge.
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    you talking about Cameron off the makarora ? I was in there 2 springs ago, sod all deer sign , but did not go up high, try up the wills , great valley

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    I'd imagine you are referring to the Cameron Hut on the Ngaruroro or do you mean the Maori block on the other side leased by Helisika?

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    Sorry should have made that clearer. Cameron hunting block near Makarora- mainly after Chamois but I would not say no to deer if one happened to cross my tracks

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxer61 View Post
    you talking about Cameron off the makarora ? I was in there 2 springs ago, sod all deer sign , but did not go up high, try up the wills , great valley
    Would the Wills be worth a weekend hunt? I assume anywhere around the hut gets a fair bit of pressure?

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    Not that many people go into the wills, great hut, one of my favs, big flats, good old fashioned kiwi track on the way in, about 2 hrs to the hut, easy access to the tops plus glassing from flats, well worth the weekend hunt, small 2 ring pot belly stove,

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    The odd thar in the Wills as well. Bugger all Chams this time of year. I can think of better places for chams if your going that far.
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