The Hunters Club
New Zealand is the only place in the world where you can hunt the majestic Himalayan Tahr, but it's much easier said than done. Ice axes, crampons, and an ability to withstand freezing temperatures are all necessary.
The famed Whitetail or 'Grey Ghosts' of Stewart Island are an extremely elusive deer, one that requires skill, stealth and a lot of patience to successfully hunt. The Hunter's Club spends a week on 'Rakiura', capturing the minutiae of island life.
The first weekend in May signals the start of the Duck Shooting season, which is an absolute religion in the deep South. The Hunter's Club heads to the mecca of the sport, Mossburn.
Sika Deer are the jewel of the central plateau, and are regarded as providing some of the best eating venison of all the deer species within New Zealand. The Hunter's Club sets out in late winter to target a few good eating animals.
The heat of Summer months in Central Otago is usually enough to keep keen hunters off the hill and in front of the cricket, but not the Hunter's Club.
Canada Geese are held in extremely high regard internationally as the king of all Game Birds, however, here in New Zealand they have recently been reclassified from Game Species to Pest.
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