Trophy hunting in New Zealand
Trophy hunting in New Zealand

Trophy hunting in New Zealand

New Zealand +64 () - Jeremy Angland

Trophy hunting in New Zealand

New Zealand
+64 () -
Jeremy Angland
Starting From
$ 400.00

Trip Description

Guided trophy hunting in New Zealand for species such as Red Stag, Himalayan Tahr, Chamois, Fallow Buck, Elk and Arapawa Ram is the dream of many hunters around the world. I can help you make your dream come true! In your search for a top New Zealand Outfitter, look no further.

Trip Information

  • Base Price includes 10 guests
  • Additional Guest: 10

Multiple Durations

  • 1 Days $ 400.00
  • Additional Guest Cost: $ 500.00
  • 5 Days $ 3,000.00
  • Additional Guest Cost: $ 500.00



  • Helicopter
  • Truck


  • Rifles
  • Shotguns


About Guide

I have loved the outdoors and hunting and fishing since I was a young child in the New Zealand countryside, and eventually turned this passion into a career as a Professional Hunting Guide and now, Outfitter. It has enabled me to travel extensively, meet many remarkable people, and make life-long friends from all over the world. I hunt when I can (although not as much as I’d like to) using both rifle and bow. Two good friends in Arizona introduced me to bow hunting and I have spent many hours with them trying to get close to Coues Deer! This has made me a much better hunter and guide and I enjoy the challenge of guiding bowhunters. I have guided for several different outfitters in 4 countries. New Zealand – Kiwi Safaris, North and South Island Australia – Hunt Australia, Northern Territory. Canada – Safari Caribou, Quebec USA – Ross Johnson Outfitters, New Mexico, Heartland Wildlife Ranches, Missouri. In recent years I have been guiding and outfitting for myself and I find that I enjoy this more, as I get to know my clients’ needs and capabilities much better, and can provide a hunt that exceeds their expectations. I understand that “real” hunters want a “real” hunt and this is what I give them.


Land Information

  • Southern Alps
  • Area: 25000 acres