Melissa Bachman: Hunting NZ Reds







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  • Stuarts.burgers

    Looks like one of those pay to hunt Safari Parks you buy the animal and they you get to hunt it. They will even some times tether it for you if you are some sort of Middle Eastern Prince of something. Then the “sh*t fights” starts over who may own the semen from the dead Stag.

    • Travis Poulson

      Well that comment went somewhere unexpected…

    • If I ever find myself in a situation where I find myself fighting over any kind of semen, I will remember this.

      • Ronnie Chow

        Leave seamen alone . If Conway Captain can stop drinking , he’ll be onto this .

  • unitedtribes

    Was just going to say that looks awfully like farmland to me. Still good stalking though. I bet the beast would have been out of sight long ago if it truly had been a feral.

    • Ronnie Chow

      True , true . Like shooting Bumblebees with an air pistol .

  • LabTested

    Check of the website shows it is indeed (for want of a better word) a farm hunt. The paddock might be very big, but these animals will be used to seeing people. Like any farm animal they will be subject to vet checks etc & no doubt be in the yards a couple of time a year.

    Mate of mine works on a Elk hunt in Canada. Americans pay US$4000 & up to come and”hunt”. I was there one time. Yank stuck his rifle through the fence & shot is selected animal. Hunt lasted 5 minutes. The hunters generally have the heads / antlers mounted as a trophy.