The Perfect Trip

A holiday is full of impressions. A wonder of nature here, and a historical building there. Or perhaps you’re just enjoying the landscape from a viewpoint? With the CL Family binoculars you can always have a pair of binoculars at hand. Their practicality, well-conceived design, and, of course, their proven optical quality offer you everything you need to enjoy an impressive travel experience.

Some great diving action

Great new app for all you seafaring folk!

Fantastic Spearfishing Video

Check out what’s lurking below the surface around the Tasman Bay coastline

The Perfect Trip

trout, nz, fishing paper,In Our March Issue

  • Kaikoura Fishing Guide
  • Groper from a kayak

  • Snapper @ Birdlings

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book review

Living on Shaky Ground

The science and story behind New Zealand’s earthquakes Written By Matthew Wright Random House RRP $50 As a child growing up in various parts of New Zealand I never experienced an earthquake until I was married with a young son. We were living at Paekakariki, right slap bang on a major fault line – as [...]

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odd round mate by chris philps

More Than the Odd Round Mate

By Chris Phillips Published By The Halcyon Press RRP $35 Reviewed By Daryl Crimp As the title doubly suggests, Chris Phillips has accumulated plenty of experience behind the rifle and what you are about to read is written in a ‘blokesy’ down-to-earth fashion. In the introduction, he makes a lot of his poor education and [...]

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Hunter, NZ, fishing paper

Hunters and the Hunted

By Graeme Sturgeon Published by Halcyon Press Reviewed by Daryl Crimp RRP $39.99 Many books have been written around New Zealand’s culling days and the helicopter era, and one could question whether there is anything to be gained by adding another volume of recollections to the mix. On the face of it, Graeme Sturgeon presents [...]

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