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    Ruahine ranges

    Hi Can anyone help me out with a access point that is safe enough to leave a ute and go for a strol in the Ruahines my freezer is getting low

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    I have never been broken into at the Rangiwhahia car park, and can't remember ever having seen broken glass. Been there hundreds of times (hoping to shoot a deer up there one day ) But I guess there are exceptions.

    Kashmir Rd seems ok too.

    I've had more trouble at the Sth East spots.

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    Where do you want in?

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    Any were in the southern ruahuines Loveday road,tamaki west,Kumeti all safe to leave a vehicle ive hunted those spots heaps and never had a drama and never heard of anyone having one.

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    When ???? and were.
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    Thanks guys

    Not worried where just wanna do something different than hunting farms and iv never shot a red deer and with a baby due in 7 weeks!! thought id better get out sooner rather than later. But i had heard some car parks are bad news but noone would tell me what ones.
    Would be keen to tag along if anyone was heading up in the future.

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    go up coppermine creek, it's a bit rough but plenty of little clearings and there should be plenty of silly spikers out and about at the moment. Bit of a drive from your place though you could stop in and see Trav on your way home.

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    Cheer bro will prob take him

 

 

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