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    Meat Hunt

    Anyone interested in meat hunts (Reds/Fallow) pm me, have a few bookings. Located at Akitio (Mannawatu/Hawke’s Bay). Pm me for more details

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    Copied from for selling items guide "sticky" no hate as there is a place for paid guided meat hunts for some folks

    -Price (compulsory)
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    -Your preferred method of contact
    -This is not a place to link to your Trademe add.

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    $250 Fallow $375 Red $250 Guide Fee. Can do packages and deals. Cull Stags Available. Roar is booked out
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    So $625 for a red meat animal??? Fark that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    So $625 for a red meat animal??? Fark that
    Too cheap imo. I wouldn't guide a meat hunt unless I would make at least a grand a day.
    But I don't guide Kiwis as a rule. Seriously and for the most part, they're the worst fucking clients, by far. I will never take a Kiwi I dont know or trust on a guided hunt unless on private land or estate. So $600 bucks seems a pretty good deal.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    So $625 for a red meat animal??? Fark that
    I would not pay to hunt but some can and do those prices are actually pretty good in line with other outfitters....but like most around here I'll stick to finding my own with my mates. @R93 make me feel a little special that you came hunting with me....granted we saw nothing and went to a spot of my choice.
    Your a top bloke and hope we can catch up again some time

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyb View Post
    I would not pay to hunt but some can and do those prices are actually pretty good in line with other outfitters....but like most around here I'll stick to finding my own with my mates. @R93 make me feel a little special that you came hunting with me....granted we saw nothing and went to a spot of my choice.
    Your a top bloke and hope we can catch up again some time
    Anytime. Was a bloody good catch up.

    I have meant to go back there but not for a hunt. Hoping to find some colour above all that clay we come across.

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    Why wouldn’t you guide Kiwis, mate. Best people on the planet. Haha....

    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Too cheap imo. I wouldn't guide a meat hunt unless I would make at least a grand a day.
    But I don't guide Kiwis as a rule. Seriously and for the most part, they're the worst fucking clients, by far. I will never take a Kiwi I dont know or trust on a guided hunt unless on private land or estate. So $600 bucks seems a pretty good deal.

    Why wouldn’t you guide Kiwis, mate. Best people on the planet. Haha....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee308 View Post
    Why wouldn’t you guide Kiwis, mate. Best people on the planet. Haha....
    I could tell you some stories but havent got the bandwidth

    As feild marksmen and general hunting knowledge, I find kiwis are above average. But as paying clients they're the worst and some even stoop as low to pay for a hunt, just to find areas to thrash.

    In saying that I know some that I highly regard and look forward to hunting with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Anytime. Was a bloody good catch up.

    I have meant to go back there but not for a hunt. Hoping to find some colour above all that clay we come across.

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    Love to hear how you get on mate but take the rifle too you just never know

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    Quite a few people struggle to find areas to hunt and aren’t quite upto finding a deer in public areas, it’s cheap compared to some places where they charge upto $500 guide fee

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyb View Post
    Love to hear how you get on mate but take the rifle too you just never know
    I carry too much crap when fossicking to add a rifle.

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    I went on a hunt with a hunting guide once, the custom knife he carried could barely cut through soft butter, let alone a Tahr skin. Shot a bull and had a great time though.


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    I've hunted with 2 guides. One the owner of Lake Hawea Safaris, shot a chamois above the Cook River. He really looked after us as we were pretty new to alpine hunting (shouted my FIL). Was really well priced. More recently with Jem Hanaray who took to Ngamatea. Blown away by his service and the reasonable price. Got a Sika. I loved both experiences and learnt a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    I went on a hunt with a hunting guide once, the custom knife he carried could barely cut through soft butter, let alone a Tahr skin. Shot a bull and had a great time though.


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    Ha Ha yup that was embarrassing. I always carry at least 2 knives now and they're always sharp..... @shelly made me a nice caping knife that I used for the first time recently. That has replaced the other one as it is easy to keep sharp.
    But I dont remember your knife being particularly sharp that hunt either.

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