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The Ribbonwood Station (station is the Kiwi word for ranch) property is absolutely spectacular, quickly rising from gently sloping cattle pastures along the Ahuriri River to elevations exceeding 5,000 feet in the famed Southern Alps mountain range.
So, I headed back to Ribbonwood on the fifth day of the hunt in search of a trophy Pitt Island Sheep.
Traditionally, the only fences at the 18,000-acre Ribbonwood Station have been those used to divide cattle pastures, but property owner Eric Bennett said a growing poaching problem in recent years forced him to erect game fencing around the property where I hunted red stags and wild rams.