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    Can You Identify These Poachers?

    Illegally hunting in the Marlborough Sounds. This is dangerous: I was hunting only 200m away at the time. See one guy run after he spotted me.

    Please respond by Private Message. Will completely respect the anonymity of informants. Thank you!
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    We have a fair number of members from the top of the South. Surely someone must know these clowns.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Havelock Police have had some good photos of these turkeys put up on Facebook.
    Is it boat access Or road as well Karaka? Reason is my mate down the sounds had some poachers come in by boat earlier this year. One lot is IDentified and have pics of the other ones boat


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    I dont recognize him sorry @KarakaB but hopefully somebody here will, sounds are over populated and that shows in the fishing and poaching.....

    In more positive news im off with the old man for a trip in the usual roar spot...could be the last time.
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I dont recognize him sorry @KarakaB but hopefully somebody here will, sounds are over populated and that shows in the fishing and poaching.....

    In more positive news im off with the old man for a trip in the usual roar spot...could be the last time.
    Enjoy your time with your old man VC. Mine has been gone for almost three decades now and I still miss the old bugger.
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    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    shite that 2nd joker almost looks like me in the first photo!!!!! then blue shorts stick out like doggy danglies...interesting choice of apparel for a poaching mission...and NO its not me and cant help with ID.

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    Looks like a lost tourist :-)

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    His name is fukwit

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    How are they accessing the block ?
    If its off a road , where are they leaving their vehicle ?
    Are there obvious places that they may park , if so a trail camera postioned to capture their vehicle might be productive .
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    We have identification: these creeps are Dan Foster and Glen Agnew of Havelock, Marlborough. Their excuse is that my boundary isn't where I think it is. (I've owned the place for 46 years and know my boundaries; the boundary has a fence!) Apparently another adjacent landowner gave them "permission" to hunt my place. Watch this space.

    To answer your question: boat access only.

    VC: Enjoy Old Man. The above two have ruined a good roar spot for me this year. Right before I had relatives coming from North Auckland for the roar, most of whom have never even shot a deer before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarakaB View Post
    We have identification: these creeps are Dan Foster and Glen Agnew of Havelock, Marlborough. Their excuse is that my boundary isn't where I think it is. (I've owned the place for 46 years and know my boundaries; the boundary has a fence!) Apparently another adjacent landowner gave them "permission" to hunt my place. Watch this space.

    To answer your question: boat access only.

    VC: Enjoy Old Man. The above two have ruined a good roar spot for me this year. Right before I had relatives coming from North Auckland for the roar, most of whom have never even shot a deer before.
    Right they had "permission" that's why they ran when they spotted you, those photos tell the story hope they get what's coming bloody low life dogs
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    Great that they have been identified, somehow I don't see them getting the maximum sentence (of 5years I think with the new laws)... Hope the judge throws the book at them

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyb View Post
    Right they had "permission" that's why they ran when they spotted you, those photos tell the story hope they get what's coming bloody low life dogs
    Not running away - they been in there for near 2 hours - look at time on bottom of pics

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    Saw that to Sarvo - wouldn't have known they were on Candid Camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarakaB View Post
    We have identification: these creeps are Dan Foster and Glen Agnew of Havelock, Marlborough. Their excuse is that my boundary isn't where I think it is. (I've owned the place for 46 years and know my boundaries; the boundary has a fence!) Apparently another adjacent landowner gave them "permission" to hunt my place. Watch this space.

    To answer your question: boat access only.

    VC: Enjoy Old Man. The above two have ruined a good roar spot for me this year. Right before I had relatives coming from North Auckland for the roar, most of whom have never even shot a deer before.
    @KarakaB I would be very careful listing there names on a public forum if you are going try to prosecute.
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