Boar in the Fern

Stories from a Taranaki Pig Hunter I was born in the South Taranaki town of Hawera in 1953 and moved to New Plymouth with my mother older brother and two younger sisters in 1959. At the age of thirteen I experienced my first pig hunt and was hooked. I still own a pack of dogs and continue to hunt today and I am a current member of the Tainui Pig Hunting Club. I hope you enjoy this book and can relate to the thrill of the hunt as my dogs my friends and I have done. My wife Colleen and I still live in New Plymouth and what better province is there to live and bring up a family than the mighty Taranaki.


Boar in the Fern - Boar in the Fern ISBN 9780473305604
Boar in the Fern ISBN 9780473305604
Boar in the Fern
Stories from a Taranaki Pig Hunter

I was born in the South Taranaki town of Hawera in 1953 and moved to New Plymouth with my mother, older brother, and two younger sisters, in 1959.
At the age of thirteen I experienced my first pig hunt and was hooked.
I still own a pack of dogs and continue to hunt today and I am a current member of the Tainui Pig Hunting Club.
I hope you enjoy this book and can relate to the thrill of the hunt, as my dogs, my friends and I have done.
My wife Colleen and I still live in New Plymouth, and what better province is there to live and bring up a family, than the mighty Taranaki.
  • ISBN: 9780473305604
  • Published: 1/12/14
  • Pages: 244
  • Dimensions: 210x148mm
Soft cover Soft cover
NZ$ 34.99



Used expressions:Boar in the Fern ,Stories from a Taranaki Pig Hunter I was born in the South Taranaki town of Hawera in 1953 and moved to New Plymouth with my mother older brother and two younger sisters in 1959. At the age of thirteen I experienced my first pig hunt and was hooked. I still own a pack of dogs and continue to hunt today and I am a current member of the Tainui Pig Hunting Club. I hope you enjoy this book and can relate to the thrill of the hunt as my dogs my friends and I have done. My wife Colleen and I still live in New Plymouth and what better province is there to live and bring up a family than the mighty Taranaki.

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