Tag Archives: Inside Hunting

Niihau – Hawaii’s Forbidden Island Offers Hunters A Traditional Hawaiian Experience

Hunters vacationing or hunting in Hawaii may enjoy a unique opportunity on the private island of Niihau, the Forbidden Island, where time is said to have stood still. Continue reading Niihau – Hawaii’s Forbidden Island Offers Hunters A Traditional Hawaiian Experience

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Even Those with Physical Limitations Can Enjoy This New Zealand Hunt

Many hunters believe that to hunt New Zealand one must be in tip-top physical shape in order to hike up steep mountainsides in pursuit of red stags and other game. While that is true of many hunts in this Pacific island nation, SCI member Merlin Wheeler says it’s not the case with Craig Dempster’s Horn and Antler Safaris. Wheeler and friend Pete Wheat hunted with Dempster this past May on the South Island. Wheeler took a red stag, Wheat took a fallow deer, and both took arapawa rams despite Wheat’s hip-replacement surgery only five months prior. Continue reading Even Those with Physical Limitations Can Enjoy This New Zealand Hunt

Hunting Argentina’s La Pampa Offers Wide Open Spaces, Variety And Big Herds Of Game

SCI Member Chris Chimits is very happy with a multi-species hunt in Argentina this past May with Gustavo Roncaglione of Patagonia Hunters. He hunted in the province of La Pampa where he took an excellent black buck (scores 69 6/8); an axis deer (scores 117 6/8); a European mouflon (scores 105 2/8); and a multi-horned sheep (scores 104). He bought the hunt at the SCI Convention in 2017. Continue reading Hunting Argentina’s La Pampa Offers Wide Open Spaces, Variety And Big Herds Of Game

This Mountain Lion Hunt Is Tougher Than Climbing Mount Rainier, But Oh So Rewarding

SCI member Brent Jacobsen has climbed both Mount Rainier and Mount McKinley and says his Colorado mountain lion hunt challenged him more than either of those physical feats. Continue reading This Mountain Lion Hunt Is Tougher Than Climbing Mount Rainier, But Oh So Rewarding