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    new out door transport

    just picked this up chep
    spring hunting just took on a whole new meaning..



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    Need some paddles and a couple of paddlers and away you go
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    Probably better as a tent than a boat?

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    Sweet as, would you shoot from it?
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    Oh Hell yea will be fun as

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Need some paddles and a couple of paddlers and away you go
    Or he could just jump and kick?

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    That looks like a whole lot of fun.

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    Cool. Would make for some fun trips
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    Plan is to raft the whakatane river from ruatahuna in the spring for deer.

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    Would it be as hard shooting out of a boat like it is shooting out of a kayak? I would imagine so.
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    Have a look at doing the Mohaka.. Helli in with all your gear and take a week to raft out and hunt each morning and evening. I have done it a couple of times it is fantastic! just watch how much gear you take as a couple of animals on top can make for some interesting rafting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twoshotkill View Post
    Have a look at doing the Mohaka.. Helli in with all your gear and take a week to raft out and hunt each morning and evening. I have done it a couple of times it is fantastic! just watch how much gear you take as a couple of animals on top can make for some interesting rafting
    That raft looks aweful familiar.
    I sold one just like it to another member of the other fourm a couple of years ago.

    I did Boyds to Kuripapango as a teenager.

    Two weeks Hunting, Fishing, Rafting and Relaxing was awesome.

    Also done the Kuripaponga to Wanna wanna during moderately high water flow....... Going through the gorge made me pucker at both ends at once on more than one occasion. Rest of the trip was sweet as.

    You'll enjoy Rafting and Hunting, just make sure you have a Wet suit, Bouyancy vest and Helmet on because sooner or later you'll be thinking Thank Christ I've got my gear on.

    Enjoy.

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