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    Ok so im a kiwi who hunts in the southwestland down here.
    And the other day one of the heli pilots found some white tail in one of the valleys down there which im keen to have a go at tho ive never hear these boyys call im good with the comin nz deer but these are almost as rear as mosse here...

    Just so you know we kiwis hunt a bit diffrent by the sounds of what i see on here
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMTvbCib-BQ

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    Thats wild. The whitetail dont get as crazy as those stags. They are vocal but not like that. Look for "grunt call" mine is a
    "Mad Hyper Growl" brand. Also look into what we call horn rattling during pre rut. Shoot straight.
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    Thanks for that mate, looks cool tho i wont be able to get in country till after the stags go quite so ill give one a go next year tho while looking at callers on line found a "universal" eletronic caller that has white tail calls so think ill try it out.
    Its feels like cheating but kinda cool as it can be remote operated so i could put it in a clearing sit back in the scrub and call them into the open.

    http://www.outdoorsupplies.co.nz/DeerHunting.html

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    You should be able to find some sheds ( dropped antlers ) and be able to give rattling a try.
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