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At 0:11 on June 28, 2012,
Shrafter
antony smith
said…

yo bro, hows it going? can you send me details on how to make that netting?

At 22:38 on December 22, 2011,
Newbie
Nathan James
said…

Thanks Terry i'll try that out.

At 18:38 on December 13, 2011,
Newbie
Nathan James
said…

i was wondering could you help me with some basic traps for small game. 

cheers.

At 22:34 on June 28, 2011,
Shrafter
BushrangerCZ
said…
I do whenever I can
At 9:50 on June 18, 2011,
Shrafter
antony smith
said…
yo good pics terry. we will have to go out when i come back.
At 8:22 on May 3, 2011,
Shrafter
BushrangerCZ
said…

Hi mate,

thanks for warm welcome

At 22:00 on April 28, 2011,
Shrafter
Simon
said…

Hey Terry,

I am really keen to go hunting but I don't know where to around Canterbury, so I've only ever gone after possums in the sounds. Where do you go hunting around here?

Thanks.

At 16:09 on October 29, 2010,
Tohunga
Frank Williams
said…
Thanks Terry
At 13:11 on October 29, 2010,
Admin
Ryan Johnson-Hunt
said…
Hey Terry RE your message via the firecraft group, this flint discussion has some great info.

Cheers
At 11:10 on October 28, 2010,
Newbie
Karen Marshall
said…
Hi Teryy
No I am new to this but would love to learn
At 12:21 on October 25, 2010,
Shrafter
Scott Hamilton
said…
Yeah, you can hunt deer, if you now land owners and where they are. But I have lived over that way since I was 5 and have personally never seen one, although other locals including my old man have. So would be really hit and miss for them, but I can probably take you in after some Goats if you want, that is unless DOC actually did the cull properly this time and killed them all off.
At 20:58 on October 24, 2010,
Newbie
paul horridge
said…
Hey Terry how are you,Im just starting out with bushcraft realy , but i have read quite a bit and watched a lot of Ray mears and some others.I am into making knives from old files at the moment (seem to be working out ok) and the odd survival kit, especialy after the earthquake.all te best Paul
At 23:13 on October 23, 2010,
Newbie
Rubén
said…
Thanks for the welcome, excuse my English but a little bad, I'm practicing Bushcraft and here in Spain (Barcelona) usually do daily practice, hang the videos and pictures for you to know this and my knowledge.
Thanks.
At 22:39 on October 23, 2010,
Shrafter
Scott Hamilton
said…
I have permission for the Doc land on Banks Peninsula, but they place to many obstacles in your way to effectively trap it, so I do not trap it. Doc is only really interested in poisoning as they do not allow trappers to trap in an effective way, not so bad on Banks Peninsula as we have no ground dwelling native birds to supposedly worry about. Most Doc land you can not blaze your trail, you can not cut trail, you have to set traps off the ground at a certain height with a ramp at a certain angle, they banned the good traps and made you use the ones that performed the worst in testing. Fairly soon they are going to ban them and make you use padded traps which are useless, they just want their 100 million a year from the Government to poison. In case you can't tell I have a bee in my bonnet about these modern Nazi's. They are about to spend $1000,000 on culling basically non existent Deer on Banks Peninsula. They knocked over the goats in a forestry area I trap but did not asked permission to do so in part of the forestry owned by another company, and imported hunters from Auckland to do it instead of the local guys that do it for a living. Not sure what or who they think they are, so I now avoid any dealings with DOC.
At 20:35 on October 19, 2010,
Newbie
zakk tustin
said…
ok, most of my mums side of the family live there. 5 live here in aus but the rest in NZ.
At 11:38 on October 19, 2010,
Newbie
zakk tustin
said…
do you live in Christ church ?
At 23:27 on October 14, 2010,
Shrafter
Nigel Jones
said…
Many thanks Terry, happy to be onboard.
At 8:21 on October 13, 2010,
Shrafter
Laurie Bates
said…
Hi Terry - Thanks for the welcome.
At 15:42 on October 10, 2010,
Newbie
grilla haskell
said…
(Terry) Nah not really, I've always used modern equipment in the outdoors, but I'm really attracted to the idea of relying on knowledge and skill rather than equipment in the bush. I suppose the more insulated and shrink wrapped our lives become the more appealing honest, fundametal skills become to me. I've started to feel a bit handicapped, as though I'm attached to an artificial lung - pretty much relying on what I can buy to get by. My wife and I just had our first baby 2 weeks ago, and when the time comes I'd really like to introduce him to the bush at ground level - rather than starting with a trip to Bivouac to buy the things we need.... :-)
Besides, I'm a fan of Ray Mears - it's impossible not to be inspired by him to simplify things and get back to basics.
How about yourself? Judging by your photos you're a bit of a bushman.
How were you effected by the quake??
At 7:34 on October 6, 2010,
Shrafter
LewisMattTramping
said…
Thanks Terry for uploading all the trap photos they are very interesting.

Lewis

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