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    Favorite Hunting Book

    Whats everybody's favorite hunting book?
    Mines You'll learn no harm from the hills by Newton McConochie

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    Red deer of nz. by lentil and saxton.
    Pretty much a tell all, very informative
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    Yeah that red deer book is the bible aye... big al lesters r good reads too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Red deer of nz. by lentil and saxton.
    Pretty much a tell all, very informative
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    Yeah nah bro

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    One night out Spotlighting. But Rex Forresters Chopper Boys is hard to beat.

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    There are a few:

    Hunter - J A Hunter
    The Last Safari - Bruce Vanbuskirk
    Death in the Long Grass - Peter Hathaway Capstick
    Use Enough Gun - Robert Ruark
    A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa - Frederick Courtenay Selous
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    Of Mountain, Men and Deer - Brian Burden

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    "Stags Galore!" by Jim Griffin
    Bloody exciting reading from a good keen Hawke's Bay bloke

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    no offence to anyone related to him or that knows him but the worst out of my big collection of African and NZ hunting books would easily be
    "Hunter Climb High" by some NZ fella.

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    Anyone read Green Hills of Africa by Hemingway? I might give it ago because I like his novels

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    Yeah nah bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillipgr View Post
    Anyone read Green Hills of Africa by Hemingway? I might give it ago because I like his novels

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    It's on my to read list but I haven't yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavarian_Hunter View Post
    no offence to anyone related to him or that knows him but the worst out of my big collection of African and NZ hunting books would easily be
    "Hunter Climb High" by some NZ fella.
    Keith Severinson.

    Charlie Janes, Hunting for Trouble

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRADS View Post
    Keith Severinson.

    Charlie Janes, Hunting for Trouble
    Ah thats it, had a feeling his name began with a K, what did you think of it?

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    Horn of the hunter - Robert Ruark
    Hunter - J A Hunter
    Leopards in the night - Guy Muldoon
    The Tigers of Trengganu - Lt Col A locke
    Nine Man Eaters and one Rogue - Kenneth Anderson
    Man eaters of India - Jim Corbett
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    One more I forgot

    How (Not) to Hunt Pigs - Bruce Truter
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