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Meet the Australians representing us at the Tokoyo olympics.
When hunting, we sometimes see things that make us pause in reflection and good naturedness.
Chloe has now been appointed by the Shooters' Union Of Australia as their National Shooting Development Officer.
With the light failing we headed downhill toward camp, when Damon urgently whispered, "Fox!" and pointed as he dropped to his knees.
Sometimes, men just have to get away to reconnect with their inner beings and share it with a good mate.
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My suspicions were that they were Sambar as the area is in the heart of their range.
I take pride in not only harvesting my own game, but contributing to conservation efforts and aiding in providing balance to such a diverse ecosystem.
That afternoon on our way out after lunch we saw three pigs 50m from camp rooting around.
“There’s a mob of red deer up in the top paddock. Saw ‘em yesterday.”, said the farmer, owner of a large sheep grazing block on the NSW Central Tablelands. “A few pigs getting around, too.”
The stag followed, I waited for the cross hairs to hold steady on his shoulder, but steady they were not.
Traffic, telephones, televisions and the ever present stress. Sadly just a part of so called modern living. I try to escape the rat race by going bush as often as I can.
For Aussie deer hunters, counting down to the fallow rut is a like a kid waiting for Christmas.