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Looking at towing me stabi craft down to Marlborough sounds with the dogs
Feb 15th, 2016 at 1:56pm
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Hi has any one got any information on pig hunting the sounds as never hunted there and was wanting to do something different than flying in a chopper any help would be good thanks just pm me
  
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Re: Looking at towing me stabi craft down to Marlborough sounds with the dogs
Reply #1 - Feb 15th, 2016 at 3:48pm
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Best talk to DoC sounds office. A lot of private land around the sounds so really need to check your boundaries.  Have a look at the maps of the area cos Mt Richmond forest park extends a wee way into sounds. Pohenui Station in the outer pelorus sounds offer hunting on there place for a small fee, use of shearers quarters etc. The same fof Forsyth island. Mt Stokes above Port Gore is all crown land. Not sure whether you can get access to hunt the numerous forestry blocks any more but you could try your luck Nelson Forrests Ltd I think owns a fair chunk of it. Good luck.
  
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Re: Looking at towing me stabi craft down to Marlborough sounds with the dogs
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