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Slow cooking rabbit in the camp oven on The Kingaroy Choofer

Slow cooking rabbit in the camp oven on The Kingaroy Choofer

Rabbit is an amazing food source that is lean and similar in taste to chicken. Hunting rabbits is a great way to help property owners control numbers, reduce the impact on the environment and harvest a great food source. Rabbits where introduced to Australia and are classified as a pest. During the depression years, Australia’s […]

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Magpie geese

Magpie Geese

When we decided we were going to the Northern Territory we looked into not only fishing spots but areas where we could hunt Magpie geese. We have spoken to friends that have lived in the territory and said that the locals recognise these game birds as a delicacy and waterfowl should be on your bucket […]

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Chevron

Chevron

  If you can gain access to a south western property and like to hunt, harvesting a feral goat for your own use can be rewarding. Goat is similar in flavour to lamb but much leaner. The meat has a supple texture. Chevron is the name used when describing goat meat. The most consumed red […]

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Estuarine crocodile

Wild things in Cape York

When on our Cape York adventures we have come across many different animals and plants that you don’t get to see every day. Here are a few of the northern locals that we have come across. Corypha Palm A gigantic trunk that grows up to 30m tall an enormous crown that spans approximately 8m across. […]

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Halco Laser Pro 140DD

Halco Laser Pro 140DD

Halco’s new addition to Laser Pro series is the Laser Pro 140DD. The Halco Laser pro range has proven effective in all environments and is successful globally. The high tech polycarbonate material construction of the bib has made it bullet proof and can withstand the big hits from bluewater species. Its fast action performs at […]

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Barramundi Creek

Barramundi Creek

After a few week fishing and camping at Cape Melville it was good to stop for a night on banks of Barramundi creek. Well it lived up to its name, with some nice fresh water barra been landed only 40m from camp. The fishing was best in the middle of the day in 38degree heat. […]

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Smoking Fish at Cape York

Smoking Fish at Cape York

We fish hard most of the day when we are at Cape York, savouring every moment on the water. Sunset was the time of day when we would sit around the camp fire, relaxing and watching the sun go down over the top ends beautiful beaches. That was until the silence was broken by flashes […]

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Salami

Salami

STEP 1 – Find a herd of chital stags, pick out a spiker and harvest.         STEP 2 – Chill the meat             STEP 3 – Dwane folding the seasoning through the mince to go into the sausage filler to make salami.           […]

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Schneider 8 Carrier Pink Braid

Schneider 8 Carrier Pink Braid

Schneider 8 Carrier Pink Braid: Schneider 8 Carrier Pink Braid offers sensitivity, super smooth and is supplied in a high visible colour “pink“ The retail fishing industry receives continuous demands for high performance braid from the consumers and this new product has fore filled all requirements. This new braid is an 8 strand that is […]

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Venison Rissoles

Australia Day Hunt

It was the afternoon before Australia day and Melissa and I had gone bush. We had set up camp up in the hills of our friend’s cattle property at the head waters of the Brisbane River. Thanks to some recent rain the hills were covered in a blanket of green grass. We had the camp […]

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