An additional harvest fee of $2500 is required for a mouflon ram. Hunting opportunities on private property by professional guides available for both islands. The package includes two and a half days and two nights, animal fees for feral sheep, wild boar and Vancouver bulls, all meals, and use of ATV's. Pig hunts and fishing charters also available. On arrival at Pitt Island you would be met by your guide. Flowerpot Bay Lodge features luxury accommodation with private balconies and extensive guest facilities in an amazing setting. I only hunted rams on Pitt island, shot a couple and that was enough for me. American Larysa Switlyk, 'a world-renowned hunter', was accused of 'trophy hunting' wild animals on the island of Islay, Scotland in September and she now faces firearms charges. Pitt Island wild sheep are farmed by Roger and Nicki Beattie on the south side of Banks Peninsula. The old ram is still alive but unthroned, while the old ewe still produces her yearly twins. It often isn't in … Pig hunts and fishing charters also available. It lies about 770 kilometres (480 mi) to the east of New Zealand's main islands, and about 20 kilometres (12 mi) to the southeast of Chatham Island, from which it is separated by Pitt Strait. All hunting is based on free range fair chase rules. Flowerpot Adventures has exclusive access to hunt Pitt Island Wild Sheep on Pitt Island and offers an extensive range of trophy animals. All excursions are fully guided by an experienced guide with access to some of the best hunting and fishing spots on the Island. New Zealand’s most remote Church, Our Lady of the Antipodes, is located at Flowerpot. Their horns also grow to over a metre in length. Historic attractions include the oldest timber building on the Chathams, the, Access to Pitt Island is by boat or plane for day tours or a longer stay. Pitt Island history, heritage and nature with a day tour by experienced local guide. Islands (accessible to hunting) Arapawa Island: Hunting opportunities for Arapawa sourced animals on game reserves by professional guides only. Pitt Island is acknowledged as one of the jewels in the Chatham Islands’ crown. Mostly multi coloured. The ancient volcanic tabletop of Mt Hakepa is recognised as the first inhabited place in the world to welcome the new day. You can fly over to Pitt from the chathams on a cessna if it is flying. You could shoot 10 if you wanted. These little deer can be challenging at times, just like reds and are a lot of fun to hunt. Each Website: www.flowerpotlodge.co.nz. It's in a prime location in the middle of some of the best hunting country on the Big Island. Pitt Island "Wyld" lambs after the hunt. Today the original pair have become 50 and live on a farm at Albany. Historic attractions include the oldest timber building on the Chathams, the Glory Cottage located at Glory Bay. The majority of the current Pitt Island inhabitants are descendants of the Hunts, which provides the basis for many stories and yarns of the early pioneers. I had a yearning to go to the Chathams some day. The topography ranges from rolling to steep fertile farmland in places to wild, rugged coastlines and bush clad valleys in others. Exclusive hunting of the legendary Pitt Island wild ram in their true natural environment; the rugged southern cliffs of Pitt Island. I first heard about Pitt Island Wild Sheep when I was about 13 years old. Hunting on Pitt Island is managed sustainably to promote and conserve this rare breed. Exclusive hunting of the legendary Pitt Island wild ram in their true natural environment; the rugged southern cliffs of Pitt Island.