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Deer Hunting in New Zealand

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The video features five hunting expeditions from Amplehunting’s first half of Red Stag hunting season in New Zealand.


Reference: BJHoldsworth on YouTube


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First, it was a video of one of the hunters shooting a stag from just 55 yards.

Second, it was Debby’s dream hunt, where they drove and walked to the hunt sight and monitored the stags using binoculars. She made the shot from a little more than 300 yards where the stag was, a clean shot to the neck.

Third is Wayne’s hunt. After waiting for the weather to clear, they spotted the stag standing near the tree. Wayne wasted no time getting down and shot the animal’s back.

Fourth features Wayne’s son, Matt’s. They slowly crept to where the stag is, but the animal, has seen them and ran away. They walked half a mile further and chanced upon another stag. At first, Matt is having a hard time getting steady; he is left-handed using a right-hand rifle and he was leaning towards the bank for support. The stag was starting to walk away and Matt had to take the shot. Fortunately, he got it.

“She made the shot from a little more than 300 yards where the stag was, a clean shot to the neck. “

Fifth is Fred. It was a very difficult expedition; they waited for 4 months for a golden opportunity, which didn’t present itself. The weather was against them; they were facing serious rain. Also, Fred is an accomplished bow-hunter and archer but never hunted with a rifle ever. So they first practiced with rifle shooting, which ended them getting washed in the rain. Eventually, they had to make the hunt; it was now or never. They head-hunted for six days until they chanced upon the stag that Fred was finally able to shoot down.

Overall, it was a great video that clearly featured each respective hunter’s efforts in shooting the prized red stag. The background was a little too loud in some spots, but the visual itself is flawless. You can clearly see Amplehunting’s expertise and efforts in helping their clients explore the terrain and score their hunts.

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