Entries have closed for the Ridgeline Hunting Photo Competition for July-August 2022. Paul Elder has won a brilliant Ridgeline Alps 4-piece clothing pack! You can see his entries below. Check out the latest hunting photo competition to enter your photos to win Ridgeline gear!
Andrew Collis has been braving 1-4 degree winter mornings on a property out at Flinton, Queensland, and says the feral wildlife didn’t disappoint. Looks like the weather didn’t disappoint, either, despite the chilly mornings.
On point in the frost
Allan Green’s Gordon setter, Sherri, points a quail on a very frosty morning. “A different type of hunting with the dog doing the work,” Allan says. What a way to start the day!
Monsters of the oats – WINNER OF THE JULY-AUGUST COMPETITION!
“Thought I’d share this pic from this morning of an unusual looking sow taken with my 117-year-old 6.5×55,” says John Starr. “The old girl still drops them as well as any rifle. I had to stop shooting my old rifles but once I went and got glasses it’s all good. I guess neither me or the rifles are getting any younger.” I know the feeling, John!
A curly one!
Stefan Katra shot this billy on a recent hunting trip to Bourke, NSW. Interesting colours and a very striking curl in the horns.
Ridgeline Alps 4-piece clothing pack in Buffalo camo worth $139.95!
The Alps pack contains top, pants, T-shirt and beanie to keep you warm and comfortable on the hunt in these cooler months. The top, pants and tee are made from durable 275gsm micro-fleece, which is very light yet provides excellent insulation. The beanie is the same fleece but at 200gsm, just right for a head covering. In milder conditions, these clothes are perfect on their own, or if the weather closes in you can just add an outer layer and be good to go. The Alps pack is available in a large range of men’s and women’s sizes.
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