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Sep 4th, 2019 at 9:06pm
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Hey, I was planning DIY hunt in New Zealand but with the new gunlaws itīs almost impossible to get our own hunting rifles in there. So I was thinking if any of you are interested about exchange hunt? We were planning to hunt in New Zealand in march or april 2020.  I can offer hunting in Estonia for Moose, brown bear, roe deer, red stag, beavers and lots of other small game.
  
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Reply #1 - Sep 4th, 2019 at 9:19pm
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Interested  Cool  and have sent you a PM.
  
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I canīt send you a pm back before I have 5 posts, but I have sent you a email few months back when I found your profile from Exchange hunt page.
  
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put up some of your hunting pics and a story or two,,thatll whet our appetite
  

It is much better to Hit the Animal in the right place, with a Rifle you can shoot well, then to hit it poorly with a Large Calibre..John Nosler
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Still trying to get my 5 posts to upload pictures and send private messages.

  
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Reply #5 - Sep 5th, 2019 at 8:37pm
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Most of our hunting is stalking and driven hunts. Best time for roe deer hunting is in june when they mating time, we have lots of medal class bucks.
For Brown bear we use baits and grain fields, best time is in beginning of august.
Moose and red stag hunts are mostly in the mating time about 15.th september and driven hunts after that.

  
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one more post n youre away,where in estonia r u as i can look it up and are there and sizeable hills there
  

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Iīm from east Estonia, there arenīt almost any hills in Estonia, only small ones.
  
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So here are some pictures from Estonia.















  
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Reply #9 - Sep 6th, 2019 at 12:00pm
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Good pic's and some great looking trophies among that lot.   Cool  Should stir up an offer or two for hunt swaps. Hey it looks like you my have peed yourself, hunting that bear with only a torch, I'm damn sure I may have.  Cheesy Grin
  

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dont give him a hard time x p,,mind that head should hold some fearsome fangs,,txks for the pics,,certainly different
i was born in a country just below you,, borders the baltic on the south side
  

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Reply #11 - Sep 7th, 2019 at 7:39pm
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Couple more pictures from Estonia. So is there someone who could show us beautiful New Zealand landscapes and do some hunting?



  
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Reply #12 - Sep 8th, 2019 at 7:03pm
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if u cant eat why shoot it for trophy dumb
  
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Who said that Iīm not eating what I shoot? In Estonia every peace of the meat is consumed. Yes we are not eating wolves, fox or raccoon dogs, but you need to hunt them to control the population.
  
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Reply #14 - Sep 9th, 2019 at 8:00am
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Dont worry about comments like that Estonian. Im sure he has shot or killed plenty of possums or cats etc and not eaten them.

And knowing a bit about game management in europe, Im pretty sure you would be putting far more back into your game animals for the privilege of being able to hunt, than the average Kiwi would consider.

  
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