The story of John Williams & Dennis Simpson the founders of Graham Stewart & Co. Ltd, pioneers in NZ's venison industry - the people who did the hard yards: helicopter pilots, Cessna pilots, shooters, gutters, truck drivers, strip men and cooks. They were successful when many others had failed.
|Series:||Action Stories for Young Hunters|
Blow Me Socks Off! comes hot on the heels of the popular youth hunting book, Cor Blimey, Mate.There's even more action, more fun and fright, more blood and guts, more adventure... In this follow-up book of hunting stories, you'll dart to and from th... read more
Student hunter is about the three years the author spent as an undergraduate student at University of Canterbury. Hunting and exploring the hills of Canterbury and South Westland. Living as a poor student should, money was always a limiting f... read more
In the wild there is an element that cannot be seen, tasted, heard or smelt - it can only be felt, and it is a feeling of enchantment.
After his first hunting experience in New Zealand as a young man, Richard Hall has been drawn back again and a... read more
This book covers the author's years as a forest service ranger in North-West Nelson. Told with humour, this book is filled with a wide variety of stories from numerous hunting trips and anecdotes from everyday life as a forest ranger.
Dave Ratcliffe lived and worked through changing times. The transformation of the the venison industry when foot hunters were replaced by helicopters, and the timber industry as native logging ended."I had lived, hunted, eaten and drunk with some of the best there were. The skills and p... read more
This is the story of a remarkable hunter whose entire adult life has revolved around the hunting of deer. Initially as a culler but then as a ground shooter, fixed wing hunter pilot and lastly as one of the best and most experienced helicopter pilots in the busin... read more
If you were to walk into the author's trophy room and silently start counting the mounted hunting trophies you would reach a figure of forty-five animals on display. This book - the author's fourth - is simply the story of the hunt for each trophy now hanging on the walls of... read more
In his first book, Chris Fraser described the symptoms of Pig Huntingitis, as owning a 4WD truck with a dog box on the back, along pointed knife, a collection of motley looking dogs and when you are talking with your mates every second sentence has the word "pig" in it at ... read more