• Andrew Collis - boar
    Andrew Collis - boar
  • Ben Mudford - fat boar
    Ben Mudford - fat boar
  • John Earl - Jaimie and Wayne with rabbit haul
    John Earl - Jaimie and Wayne with rabbit haul
  • Glenn Hando - Alexis with goat
    Glenn Hando - Alexis with goat
  • Glenn Hando - Morgan with fox
    Glenn Hando - Morgan with fox
  • Steve Spiekman - muzzle flash!
    Steve Spiekman - muzzle flash!
  • Chris Robertson-sleeping boar
    Chris Robertson-sleeping boar
  • Neil Grennan - Jeff and big tom
    Neil Grennan - Jeff and big tom
  • Jacquii Ferling - rusa
    Jacquii Ferling - rusa
  • Jacquii Ferling - red stag
    Jacquii Ferling - red stag
  • Michelle Ford - deer
    Michelle Ford - deer
  • Mark Lewis coaching Mana
    Mark Lewis coaching Mana
  • JJ learning the ropes
    JJ learning the ropes
  • Gary Hall - Matt black powder .58
    Gary Hall - Matt black powder .58
  • Gary Hall - Gary and Sally with big scrubbie
    Gary Hall - Gary and Sally with big scrubbie
  • Gary Hall - Sally with scrub bull
    Gary Hall - Sally with scrub bull
  • Peter Papoulis - mean boar decked
    Peter Papoulis - mean boar decked
  • Gary Hall - tryptich 3
    Gary Hall - tryptich 3
  • Gary Hall - tryptich 2
    Gary Hall - tryptich 2
  • Gary Hall - tryptich 1
    Gary Hall - tryptich 1
  • Brett and Jascelyn - first goat
    Brett and Jascelyn - first goat
  • Mick Villa - boar
    Mick Villa - boar
  • Kayleen Mollenhagen-massive hooks
    Kayleen Mollenhagen-massive hooks
  • Ron Kienhe-fox haul
    Ron Kienhe-fox haul
  • Hendrik Swanepoel - goat
    Hendrik Swanepoel - goat
  • Steve Spiekman - sight in .375 RUM 1
    Steve Spiekman - sight in .375 RUM 1
  • Steve Spiekman - sight in .375 RUM 3
    Steve Spiekman - sight in .375 RUM 3
  • Steve Spiekman - sight in .375 RUM 2
    Steve Spiekman - sight in .375 RUM 2
  • Alex Juris - late season fallow
    Alex Juris - late season fallow
  • Vicky Brownlee - fallow
    Vicky Brownlee - fallow
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I-gram B.Duniam - great chital
I-gram B.Duniam - great chital
It's been another one of those weeks when hunting shutterbugs have gone to ground, so in an effort to give you hunters and gun guys something to appreciate, I have posted up just two of our many Instagram photos from our website. Opening with B.Duniam's nice chital stag and concluding with Elise's little black billy.
You can log onto our instagram site via this link
or you can just hit the little camera icon on the home page. If you have contributed to Instagram, by re-sending your pic by email to me you can go in the Ridgeline comp to win prizes.
I-gram Elise and black billy
I-gram Elise and black billy

And bye the bye, the winners of the great Ridgeline Martuk pack and the Guerrilla knife are Hendrik Swanepol with his nice bowshot billy and Steven Spiekman with his muzzle flash photo. Well done guys.

Have a great timer all you hunters out there and keep sending in your photos.

 

VERY IMPORTANT - READ BELOW

Now photographers PLEASE, if you facebook me an entry, please follow up with an email, maybe with the picture attached, but definitely with your mail address details, so that we can send you a great Ridgeline prize if you win. It saves me and my addled brain having to follow you up. Send to marcusodean@yaffa.com.au
See you all next week and keep those great photos coming in and you'll be in with a chance to win one of these....or a nifty Guerrilla knife.

Guerilla Carbonman folder
Guerilla Carbonman folder
Ridgeline Martuk Pack/Bumbag
Ridgeline Martuk Pack/Bumbag

Ridgeline Martuk 3-in-1 Backpack - Bumbag
The Martuk is full of surprises. What you think is merely a functional bum bag cleverly opens out to reveal a spacious backpack. The upper section of the bag that forms the backpack stows neatly in its own compartment above the main pocket of the bum bag which is nice as it doesn’t use any of the bum bags storage space. Unlike a lot of other stowaway packs all the straps are quite generously padded and there is a sternum strap so using the backpack for prolonged periods is a real option. Another nice touch are the 2 generous pockets located in easy reach on the hip belt. These are large enough to store food, camera, GPS units, mobile phones or any other smaller items that you may want access to without having to remove your pack. There are also elasticised loops in these pockets to store extra ammunition should you need to. The pack is rounded out with another pocket on the front of the main pock and compression straps under the pack which could easily double as gear loops for a tripod or smaller sleeping mats. The Martuk is an excellent option for those who usually only need a small amount of storage space but may want the option of a larger backpack.
If you want to check the Martuk out online, here's a youtube review to show you just how versatile they are.

 

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