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Hunting and Fishing opens in Whitianga

Saturday, 9 December there was lots of actions in Awatea Drive just near the Mobil Station, store

Fishing ad Hunting opened its doors for the first time after just a 9-month build. A full carpark and good crowd were the best opening announcement for the proud owners, Alex Reynolds and Ashleigh Taiapa who were very pleased with their opening day.  “Our family has had the business for 17 years. We are a very proud Maori – owned business,”says Alex. Alex’s parents, Pare and Grayson Reynolds own the Thames Hunting and Fishing store and this Whitianga cousin will closely relate to the parent store in Thames. “We do camping, hunting, tramping, bait, BBQ’s and a whole range of clothing,” says Ashleigh. “We look forward to seeing everyone.”

Everyone got a big welcome, and a taste of smoked BBQ on the way in and out.   

 

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Saturday, 9 December there was lots of actions in Awatea Drive just near the Mobil Station, store

Fishing ad Hunting opened its doors for the first time after just a 9-month build. A full carpark and good crowd were the best opening announcement for the proud owners, Alex Reynolds and Ashleigh Taiapa who were very pleased with their opening day.  “Our family has had the business for 17 years. We are a very proud Maori – owned business,”says Alex. Alex’s parents, Pare and Grayson Reynolds own the Thames Hunting and Fishing store and this Whitianga cousin will closely relate to the parent store in Thames. “We do camping, hunting, tramping, bait, BBQ’s and a whole range of clothing,” says Ashleigh. “We look forward to seeing everyone.”

Everyone got a big welcome, and a taste of smoked BBQ on the way in and out.