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Seeking Sika

By Michael Kenyon and Paul Rayner
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Planning a mid-winter sika trip always has its obstacles with work, family, shorter days, and the biggest and what I believe the most important hurdle for sika, weather.

 

My good hunting mate Paul and I are always planning our next trip straight after we’ve finished the last one, after a fun couple of nights into the Kiko road area over the summer we were frothing for our sika roar trips with Helisika.

 

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