Hunting & Fishing Catalogue - 01.03.2018 - 31.08.2018 - page 91 - NO LONGER VALID

1 ... 91 ... 245
Hunting & Fishing mailer - 01.03.2018 - 31.08.2018 - Sales products - trophy cup, Hunter. Page 91.
1 ... 91 ... 245

Scroll through this Hunting & Fishing catalogue valid from 01.03.2018 to 31.08.2018 to see the latest deals. On 244 pages of the current weekly mailer, you will find the best goods from the Sport category. If you want to save on your next shopping trip to Hunting & Fishing, don't forget to look through the entire catalogue from page 1 to page 244. If you want to shop smart and save on your next shopping trip to Hunting & Fishing, don’t miss the latest weekly specials full of amazing prices and wonderful sales. Come back to My Catalogue every day to make sure you don’t miss out on great promotions offered by your favourite retailers.

Products in this catalogue

HOW FAR TO THE THAR? By Scott Kunac Hunting & Fishing New Zealand, Dunedin he very first time lwent tahr huntingIwas overwhelmed, not by the animals themselves but the extreme enviromentin which they lived. I hadn't spent a lot of time in the mountains, so was not warm and dry in extreme conditions is key to being a successful tahr hunter really comfortable being there, I soon found out though that When you are sitting glassing for hours the last thing you want to do is head These days there is some excellent gear you can kit yourself with to be comfortable in the mountains, including thermal base warm mid layers and waterproof and windproof outer garments. Being the more you do,the more you get used to it. You learn what to expect and down because you are too cold to remain there. therefore you become far more at ease moving around the hillside in their part of the world.A good friend once said to me, to be a tahr hunter all you puffer jacket. They pack down small to fit in your pack for the climb up and have to be able to do is walk up a big hill That's pretty much it in a nutshell. weigh next to nothing, but their insulation qualities are second to none. Of course to walk up a big hill there are a few more considerations that need to be addressed the two most important being a good level of fitness andthrough your binos than doing anything else soitis essential they are bright having the right equipment If you're not fit you are not going to enjoy it anywhere near as muchwithout question and will be less likely to succeed in finding and securing the game. You p yourself more hunting tahr than any other big game in New Zealand (other than trying to keep up with your pig dogs).You will put yourself in situations that go beyond your normal comfort levels and to be able to navigate around these obstacles safely you need to be fit Pickout the steepest, darkest gnartiest part of the mountain and, more tahr than any other big game in New often than not, this is where you will find tahr. You don't need to get up there with them but you will need to get into a position totake a good shot and be Lealand (other than trying to keep able to recover the game once shot. On numerous occasions we have passed up animals simply for the reason that if they were shot we could never The best thing I have found for being toasty warm while glassingis a Don't skimp on your optics either you will spend more time looking and clear. This is one piece of gear where the more you spend the better FR You push yourself more hunting up with your pig dogs)." recover them. Unfortunately this happens and it's just bad luck when a shot tahr falls in a way that you couldn't have ever calculated, resulting in a situation too dangerous to put yourself into to recover it. This is what can happen in a mountain environment and you will learn by the experience. No smelly bull tahr is worth risking your life over, no matter how long its horns may be. A rangefinder is also a very useful bitof gear as many shots will be at longer ranges than you are normally used too. The difference between 200 and 300 hundred metres is a hit or a miss and when you have just dragged yourself halfway up a mountain you don't want to have to walk back down with nothing to show for it. For me it's not all about just shooting a big hairy mountain goat. It's about being out there doing it, spending time with lifelong hunting mates pushing yourself harder than you normally would and being amongst such amazing scenery. This is why I rate tahr hunting so highly. As you walk off the hill generally in the dark at the end of a long tiring day, you feel a sense of achievement that can only be felt by doing ng not everyone can do. I suppose it must be how a climber feels after scaling an impressive mountain, not that I would liken myself to them, but having just walked up a bloody big hill and secured a trophy bull tahci pretty good buzz for me. Scott Kunac Find us on facebookf 91 Shop

Hunting & Fishing catalogues

Hunting & Fishing catalogue

Hunting & Fishing mailer.
Valid at all Hunting & Fishing stores
Most popular catalogues