• Michael Martin with gnarly boar
    Michael Martin with gnarly boar
  • Hector kitted up to deal some mayhem on pigs.
    Hector kitted up to deal some mayhem on pigs.
  • Warren Smith buffalo
    Warren Smith buffalo
  • Anton Von Bysterveld - feral feline
    Anton Von Bysterveld - feral feline
  • Hector Lawson onto the boars and sows again.
    Hector Lawson onto the boars and sows again.
  • Hector is still belting them with his Rugers.
    Hector is still belting them with his Rugers.
  • Andrew stopped this boar rooting up and fouling soil on a dam wall for a very happy cocky.
    Andrew stopped this boar rooting up and fouling soil on a dam wall for a very happy cocky.
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Above: Gary Theiss reckons his Easter involved a "long walk in search of goats". Looking at this shot, we don't doubt it!
Above: John Starr reports in after winning a Weatherby rifle in our Fiocchi Ammunition Hunter's Gallery competition.
"The new Weatherby Vanguard that I won last month in the Weatherby/Fiochi comp has hit the ground running, with me finally finding the time to break it in and take it for a run yesterday morning and again today after a shower passed through. 
"The sow made the mistake of running out from cover and turning to look back and the 130 grain Core-Lokt dropped her in her tracks. 
"The young boar was out poking around after a shower and was tormenting a young sow when the 130 grain pill took out both shoulders and ended his days of tormenting sows. By the looks of things the good season has been kind to him with  him being a good fat fella but with hardly any hooks at all." 
 

Jayden Mcdonald whistled in this nice fox on a property near Gundagai. 

 

Just a note! If you email in an image for this or any other comp with us, PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR MAILING ADDRESS or you will not qualify for a prize. We have to send it somewhere!!!

 

We have maintained the prize lineup courtesy of Ridgeline, with a new knife  and the Ridgeline Tru-Shot Backpack and the good old Ridgeline Haul All Bumbag and Meatsafe, which I regularly use in the field. It has proven most satisfactory, durable and a great expedient field rest due to its design.

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 mickmatheson@yaffa.com.au

 

Ridgeline's Tru-Shot 25 Litre Backpack.This pack is 25 litres of convenience especially designed with the day trip in mind. Features include comfortable shoulder & waist straps with ammo loops in the belt pockets, hydro clips for a bladder (sold separately) plus a lightweight moulded foam rest to get that perfect steady shot from a long distance. All supported on a super ventilated frame & added safety benefit of a removable blaze rain cover so you can find your pack, keep it dry and make sure you’re visible on your trek out of the bush.

 

 

Ridgeline 4.5-inch Linerlock Folder. A utilitarian, rugged folder, whose drop-point, false top edge design will skin and butcher the largest animal. The thumbhole oval cut-out allows easy one-handed blade deployment and the alloy black scales and titanium-grey finished blade allow easy cleanup and corrosion resistance. A pocket clip on the back scale is a thoughtful addition.

 

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