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Welcome to the 19th Edition of Trophy Hunter. We hope that you all enjoy the informative articles, stories and reviews that feature in this Edition. We have been inundated with tales from over the ditch. It seems these days that many more hunters are getting on the plane and seeing what New Zealand has to offer. I have only just retuned myself after a great trip away with two mates in the West Coast chasing Tahr. With temperatures dropping down to minus 20 at night, we had an amazing adventure that will feature in the next Edition of Trophy Hunter. After our trip back down the mountain we were keen for a big brekky and in desperate need of some real coffee. While there for our morning feast we were recognised by a few hunters. We swapped tables and spent the next hour sharing tales and experiences on the hill. It was great to do so and after a great chat we bid them goodbye as they set off to chase more game species as were we. To me it’s great to see and talk with like minded people that love doing the same thing, hunters extending their home range and challenging themselves in the pursuit of other game species abroad. It’s not hard to think back to when NZ seemed so out of reach for so many. Whether you are going self-guided or going with a guide, New Zealand is worth a look and has a lot to offer for all.

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