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The team at Wellington Fish & Game which hunters the best and we'll catch up again with Both Barrels prior to the next game bird season in April next year.
If you're interested in exploring upland game bird hunting opportunities in the Wellington Fish & Game region, please call us on (06) 359 0409 for info.
Duck numbers are up and the unsettled weather has arrived, making for an excellent start to the season in the Wellington Fish & Game region.
A larger duck population, ideal breeding conditions, an abundant food supply and good survival rates of broods will equate to more ducks for Wellington Fish & Game region hunters to...
With less than six weeks to go until the game bird season, we welcome our readers of Both Barrels for 2021, the place where we keep you up to date...
Now That The Duck Season Is Over...
The duck hunting season got off to a sluggish start in the lower North Island but it is definitely firing now the weather has become more unsettled.
Hunters finally have the news they've been patiently waiting for – it's game on!
For more on game bird hunting opportunities in the Wellington Fish & Game region now that the waterfowl season is over, click here to read our latest hunting report.
The waterfowl 2017 season has been and gone. We hope you managed to get out on a few hunting adventures this year and filled the freezer with enough duck to...
Heath Worsfold’s truck with a nice pheasant and a happy pup named Sneak.
The sun has gone down on what many agree has been a much better season for mallards with plenty more birds about than in previous years.