For the stag season of 1928, Wilson was allocated Block 31 and chose to share this expedition with another shooting friend, Henry (aka Clem) Anderson. The block’s natural boundaries were determined by the Stewart and Camerons creeks and is part of the Young Range, which overlooks the true left of the Makarora Valley.
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