Joe and Natalie Kennedy from Atlantic Beach, North Carolina
We are Joe and Natalie Kennedy from Atlantic Beach, North Carolina. We found Glen Dene online and after speaking to several outfitters on the North and South Island, we felt the best connection with Richard and his team at Glen Dene. We hunted the last week of March 2018, the very start of the Roar. ... read more.
The Jake Edson hunt
My name is Jacob Edson and I’m from Otsego, MN, USA. I found Glen Dene through a friend and outdoor writer Brad Fenson. I hunted in March 2018 alongside Glen Dene guide Neil Connoly using my Savage Accufit model 110 in .30-06. The hunting and hiking was hard, but the reward was so, so worth it. ~What did ... read more.
Randi Leigh and friends living the good life at Glen Dene
My name is Randi Rowlett of Milan, Indiana and I was hunting on the Glen Dene properties with Sam and Krista Mingle of Denver ,CO , Michael Wonderash and Travis Ryker of Batesville, Indiana. This year I hunted with guide Stacey Thorburn & Dan Rossiter where I took a nice Tahr while my friends Sam & ... read more.
The Jay and Cyndy Gusler Adventure
We are Jay and Cyndy Gusler from Cypress Texas and we vacationed in New Zealand this March ( 2018 ) after finding Glen Dene on the internet. Most outdoorsman see New Zealand as a paradise for hunting but once they arrive they find the fishing to be the second jewel in the crown of outdoor ... read more.
Allen and Melinda Swank of Fortuna, California, USA
From our friends, Allen and Melinda Swank of Fortuna, California, USA ~How did you find out about Glen Dene From a friend who had hunted with them; he and Richard donated a hunting package to a fundraising auction and we were delighted to be the winning bid! ~Did you hunt with a partner, wife or ... read more.
Glen Dene hosts Darrell Holland and Todd Fisher for their Long Range Shooting School
A must for anyone who is keen on shooting sports. and wants to enjoy the beauty of New Zealand at the same time on the renowned Glen Dene Properties. Richard writes, “Shooting out to 700 yards is a neat experience when you’re taught properly. It’s rewarding and it’s always great to learn new skills. Thank ... read more.