Just walked in the door from a very exciting ultra lite pack hunt in the mountain ranges of New South Wales Australia, possibly the most under-rated deer hunting grounds in the world. I hit the peak of the Fallow deer rut on the head with non stop action dust till dawn. The hunting was hot to say the least and I found myself on edge time and time again with good bucks sighted throughout the hike, being selective I choose my game carefully and avoided any bucks that weren’t of great interest, the results, I downed my best two bucks, one by a long shot towering over any of my past trophy bucks. I have to mention the bone punching broadheads I use, VPA Penatrators http://www.vparchery.com/home.php these broadheads have been faultless and over my last few hunts they have really proven themselves on solid bone, so check them out.
A hunt to never forget with great hiking and hunting. Enjoy the photos.
The first buck for the trip, heart shot front on at 5 meters.
My new Personnel Best Fallow Buck 235 Douglas Points.
A high antlered Fallow buck taken with a high heart shot. 214 Douglas Points
My camp set up, mattress, water proof sleeping bag and cup for boiling water and meals.