Free Range Hunting
The name Poronui is synonymous with sika deer (Cervus Nippon). Gifted to New Zealand in 1905, they were first released at Poronui. The diverse mix of landscape, flora and the abundance and variety of food provides near perfect habitat for maintaining a large wild herd and also promoting the growth of exceptional antlers.
This attractive, cunning and elusive deer is highly regarded as a trophy animal and the property consistently produces world-class trophy heads.
Poronui’s 16,000 acres of indigenous beech forest, pine and eucalypt plantation and grassland are ideal for sika. They provide the full range of hunting experiences - from stalking in close bush cover to spotting and shooting trophies at long distances across clearings. They also provide a great opportunity for bow hunters - for whom the sika is one of the most challenging trophies to obtain.
Come and experience the thrill of a true free range hunt at Poronui.
If you want more information about free range sika hunting in New Zealand, we have a separate website with trophy galleries and hunting-specific information, and we suggest you visit that site.
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Contact us by email or call Steve on +64 21 888 669 or +64 7 384 2053.