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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    Hunting in NZ would be fairly easy to do. Just need to get to NZ and you can hunt public without any real restrictions. No tags. Using a chopper to access tahr country makes life a lot easier too. I can point you in the right direction if you do get down here.
    If I could really pull that off, it would be like living a dream. I have a ton of questions I might PM you if that's ok. I think NZ has such cool country. Thanks for offering advice. My wife and would love to get down there sometime, just not sure when we can make it happen. What are the best months to schedule a trip.

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    Yeah, happy to answer questions via PM anytime. The best months are April and May, being the red deer roar (rut) and tahr rut. Its fall so the weather is often settled compared to other times of the year.

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    Stone sheep combined with anything would be mine. Also alaska for dall sheep and yukon moose.

    The marco polo and ibex combo is a tough to beat though also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Alaska Moose and Caribou. Too damn old to chase sheep.
    If anybody could do it at your age, I'm sure you could CC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    Marco Polo & Ibex in Kyrgyzstan.
    Might as well dream big, right?

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    Holy revive an old thread Batman!

    Its cool though.

    If my combo can include fishing, it would be hunting caribou and flyfishing for arctic char someplace north of nowhere...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prerylyon View Post
    Holy revive an old thread Batman!

    Its cool though.

    If my combo can include fishing, it would be hunting caribou and flyfishing for arctic char someplace north of nowhere...

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    Pick me!


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    Sounds like you'd like the Wulik river area, north of Kotzebue!

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    I think a Missouri breaks archery hunt for sheep and elk would be tough to beat
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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