This family operates on 3 different ranches on the South Island of New Zealand. Success has been 100 percent for all their customers the past several years and they have taken quite a few stags scoring over 400 SCI. They offer a 4 night package hunt for one hunter including day rates and trophy fee on stags scoring up to 320 SCI for only $3,000. Stags up to 340 are priced at $5,000. 340 to 360 $7,000, 360 to 380 $9,000, 380 to 400 $11,000, with larger bulls priced on request.

Stag and tahr can be combined in a 5 night package for $12,000 for a 340 to 360 stag, with helicopter into tahr camp included in the price. Additional days are $350 for hunters and $250 for non-hunters.

They also offer tahr hunts for $5,000 and chamois is $4,000 plus day rates. Hunters will need a helicopter to reach tahr camp as road travel is no longer an option. Cost for the flight to base camp will be $500 per hunter. Sometimes it is necessary to use a helicopter on chamois hunts and the charge would then be POA. Some chamois hunts can be conducted without the aid of a helicopter.

Early April is prime roaring for the stags and they also offer wapiti, fallow deer, arapawa rams, wild goats, turkey, ducks and great trout shing. Export permit and trophy packaging to be taken home with the hunter is $200. Crating and shipping is also available. Top-notch accommodations and hunting to match make this a great New Zealand destination. Free airport pickup at Queenstown, South Island.  Hunt NZ643.

Mike and Rose Dunkerley with his great red stag.

Mike Dunkerley with his good tahr.

Roland Zahniser with his good fallow deer.

Roland Zahniser with his chamois.

Roland Zahniser with his red stag.

Roland Zahniser with his tahr.

Texas hunter Al Lowe recently returned from his New Zealand hunt with glowing reports. Here is the photo he sent us of his trophy red stag from Hunt NZ643.

John Fuegal and his nice red stag.

John Hansel and his huge Red Stag.

John Fuegal and his nice tahr.

Taylor Mills and his big red stag.

Taylor Mills and his nice chamois.