Great American Outdoor Show

Posted: January 22, 2019 Tags: Categories: Hunting, Red Stag New Zealand, Tahr Hunting New Zealand

Great American Outdoor Show

Glen Dene Hunting and Fishing will be at the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, from February 2 to February 11.

Host Richard Burdon and his staff will be here to talk to you about hunting trips and hunting packages undertaken on his privately-owned high country property, which is set amongst New Zealand’s Southern Alps. Seventy-five per cent of visitors to this area come because of the outstanding beauty of the region and Glen Dene Hunting and Fishing has fifteen thousand acres of it.

The authentic, free-range shooting, fishing, game shooting and exceptional hospitality on offer, means people from around the world travel to hunt with Glen Dene.

The experienced, knowledgeable local guides can take you on a range of hunting trips including (but not limited to) backcountry adventures hunting for New Zealand red stag, Himalayan tahr and chamois or fishing for trout in crystal-clear Lake Hawea. Glen Dene Hunting and Fishing prides itself on supplying animals in good condition and a fair game/fair chase environment.

Glen Dene staff can supply all the information on the total hunting package. They can advise on the best way to travel to New Zealand, how to bring your rifle or bow and the efficient methods they have developed to expedite your trophies back home.

Ask how we can bring your next hunting adventure to life.

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