by Tim Stewart
Rising out of the pristine waters of New Zealand’s Great Lake, Taupo, the Hauhungaroa ranges lay silhouetted against the lakes western sunset. The bush-clad valleys, ridges, saddles and clearings are the home of wild red deer. For 30 years I have hunted them, first as a meat hunter, then for sport and meat for my own use. The stories in this book are a collection of memorable stalks that I’ve had.