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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Not as hot as they recon. Durban next week which im looking forward to
    As regards to running shots and mobs of deer is that not what all WARO is? There just using the horses of the sky.
    As I’ve not seen the show or how it was filmed I can’t comment. That is why I said what I said. I believe that with all forms of hunting you need ethics. That is why as you know the elephant hunter gets in close as close as 40 yards if not closer. Any fool can lung shoot one at 100/200 yards.
    For the record I’m not a fan of coursing. But I still think that as hunters we do need to stick together in this day and age. Only the other day I got an email from the French hunting federation. Asking me to help fight the tree huggers that want to ban a whole raft of shooting from Fox’s to a lot of other stuff. Here in the UK it started with the fox hunting ban then lead shot and just recently we had the general license debacle, which saw the hunting of crows, magpies, pigeons banned over night. We have managed to overturn that one.
    And the NZ himmmm well lead shot ban. Then this shit with the firearms that you are going through. That deer and other big game are classed as pests. They seem to come at us from all angles and it’s a global problem for us. So yes we need to stick together!
    You're correct about WARO. In my opinion, massacre from the air is pure money grabbing/job security and wasteful, to say nothing about the cruelty of it all. On my patch of land, I've recently seen a handful of fallow deer after many years and I'm under no illusion that poachers won't shoot them if they get near a road or border fence. When next in NZ take note of the number of deer you see roaming the bush these fine days, near nada. Be very observant in Durban next week. I'm told that only the street wise survive for any length of time in the cities and rural areas now.

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    Any different to driven boar and deer as done overseas?means to an end,getting meat.
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    Year no worries it’s not my first stroll through South Africa or Africa for that matter.
    It's all fun and games till Darthvader comes along
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Year no worries it’s not my first stroll through South Africa or Africa for that matter.
    Outstanding.

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    Hunting deer using a jet boat no different to hunting salmon in the Waitaki.Find where the salmon are tracking up the river,corner them top of a shingle bar pool or dead end hole on the river or gut.Few casts and you into them.Those were the good days.Now theres fk all salmon around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trout View Post
    Hunting deer using a jet boat no different to hunting salmon in the Waitaki.Find where the salmon are tracking up the river,corner them top of a shingle bar pool or dead end hole on the river or gut.Few casts and you into them.Those were the good days.Now theres fk all salmon around.
    Could that be one of the reasons for there being fuck all salmon around?

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    Yes it could be,but I think the bigger problem is in the ocean.
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    Or on top of.
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