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Tau Poutini Adventure - Part 2

   Tahr Poutini Part 1

   Being camped up by a river has advantages, but in bad weather conditions, it also calls for some pretty astute decision making on whether or not you’ll be able to cross back to your camp at the end of the day. We’d been hamstrung by rapidly rising water levels for a couple of days until a break in the rain saw those levels recede and the option of heading downstream to hunt the next catchment offered itself new country to explore.

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Tai Poutini Adventure

Westland Tahr 2018

  It’s always great to have guests arrive. Especially if they are from the other side of the world - and more so if they are Swazi customers! Espen Haugeland (of Lyngdal Jakt Fiskesenter – that’s a hunting store!) and Ronnie Røiseland, the Swazi Norseman, travelled from Norway to visit the Swazi plant in Levin and seeming as it was such a long journey, decided it would be a bit remiss of them if they didn’t get a week of hunting in while visiting our shores. On ya boys.

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We Made Your Clothes

Did you know we make ALL our Swazi gear in New Zealand? In our factory. With our own staff. We have so much pride in the work they do that we put their name on each and every garment.

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Pip Rescued!

Pip Rescued

Kiwi Guiding owner Jack Gauld found Pip, a beautiful black lab who survived a 10 metre fall and 10 days out in the bush with a broken leg and damaged spinal discs.

You're a bloody legend Jack Gauld.


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