Many hunters question whether to bring their hunting rifle into New Zealand while planning their trip. It is a very easy process but many hunters now choose to use the Outfitters guns because of travel plans after the hunt.
There are many differing opinions from hunters and Outfitters regarding taking meat back into the United States from hunted animals. There are a 2 steps you must follow but basically yes you can do it without any problems.
Last December, I was interviewed by the crew at the Sportsman of Colorado Radio Show in the lead up to the International Sportsman’s Expo. Have a listen! (more…)
New Zealand has a lot of amazing hunting and fishing lodges both in the North and South Island of New Zealand. Finding the right one can challenge with so many great options. Here’s a few pointers to help you make that decision.
Free Range Sambar in New Zealand are found only in the central North Island of the country. Originally from Sri Lanka they are much bigger in body size than the Red Deer but antlers formation is typically heavy 3×3 in points. (more…)
Our largest of the game animals in New Zealand hunting Bull Elk in New Zealand is growing in popularity. The species of Elk is the Rocky mountain with the only main free range herd isolated in the South Island’s Fiordland national park. (more…)
Hunting in New Zealand with a professionally registered guide prices and packages are mostly quoted in U.S dollars. (more…)
New Zealand has been home to the Red Deer species since the the 1860’s with different liberations. Since that time this deer species has now become wide spread throughout both Islands. (more…)
There are 7 different deer species in New Zealand which are Elk, Red Deer, Fallow Deer, Sika Deer, Sambar Deer, Rusa Deer, Whitetail Deer. (more…)
Hunting in New Zealand there are two experiences that can be combined or preferred, this comes in the form of free range or on fair chase Estates. (more…)