The chamois is a goat-antelope species native to the mountains of Europe. The chamois has also been introduced to the South Island of New Zealand.
Chamois hunting can take place year-round, but the most common hunting season is during the colder months so the capes are in premium condition. Chamois hunting usually takes place on foot and consists of a lot of glassing and a long stalk once a good buck is spotted. It is common to combo Chamois hunting with a Tahr hunt.
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- New Zealand Hunting for Tahr and/or Chamois - New Zealand Hunting for Tahr and/or Chamois Southern Alps on S. Island of New Zealand Hunt Tahr AND Chamois together! Outstanding Trophy Quaility learn more | Ask about this hunt
- Free Range Red Stag Hunting New Zealand - Free Range Red Stag Hunting New Zealand Trophy Free Range Red Stags NOT a High Fence Hunt Combo with Tahr, Chamois, Fallow Deer Spot-and-Stalk during the Roar 100% Opportunity Rate! Learn more | Ask about this hunt
- New Zealand Hunting for Red Stag, Tahr, and Chamois - This is New Zealand hunting at it’s finest. There are red stags scoring over 600" here! You can also combo your stag hunt with world-class tahr and chamois.
- Review of this Year’s New Zealand Hunting Season - We have just finished up 2015 New Zealand hunting season with our busiest one to date. In March we started off with a wild free range Stag hunt resulting in a big 13 point deer. As the rut came on we hunted some huge 15-point Stags that starting roaring early in mid March. In late […]