county c             ge            ha    a    n                                  ptor                                     ...
SCI MISSION STATEMENTSafari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlifeco...
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS                 4:00 p.m.               Doors Open                                         Hand-Served ...
CONDITIONS OF SALE    The following Conditions of Sale are the complete terms and conditions by which all property listed ...
SOME SPECIAL NOTES ON                         OUR HUNTS & TRIPs1. Upgrading your hunt, while not required, is certainly ap...
SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL        ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER                        OFFICERS                         President  ...
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGEDear Members and Friends of the Safari Club International Orange County Chapter:On behalf of the Board ...
LIVE AUCTION INFORMATION• If you wish to participate in the live auction, you must be registered. Please follow the direct...
PREMIUM RAFFLE PACKAGES                                   $2,000 Package - (10 Packages)1st Place10-day Alberta, Canada Mo...
LADIES RAFFLE     LR-11-00   Dicker and Dicker Furs Natural multi fox, raccoon, and knitted rex rabbit poncho     LR-11-01...
GENERAL RAFFLEGR-11-00   Cabela’s $50 gift certificateGR-11-01   Remington 700 SPS 7mm Rem. Mag.GR-11-02   Remington 700 S...
SILENT AUCTION                Kevin Campbell Custom Rifle. Commercial, FN Mauser action .300 Win. Mag. Custom             ...
SA-11-17   Safari Press books donated by Ludo Wurfbain.SA-11-18   Bronze of rider with dogs. Donated by Robert Rooks.     ...
LIVE AUCTION                Doug Roth of Camp 5 Outfitters of Paso Robles has donated a 2-day guided boar     LA 11-01    ...
Iron Wheel Guest Ranch and Cargill Outfitting. Your mini vacation for two will start           from the Iron Wheel Guest R...
Estancia “La Criolla” has donated a five-day dove hunt for four hunters to be used in                the 2011 season. The ...
Marty Loring of BC and Beyond Outdoor Adventures has donated a 5-day 2011 or           2012 spring Black Bear hunt in Brit...
“AFRICAN TREASURE“                Bronze African Elephant with ivory tusks by Laran Ghiglieri                Edition: 125 ...
5 Day Wild Red Stag Hunt in New Zealand with Jonathan Christian of Wilderness           Quest New Zealand for 1 hunter and...
Mozambique Cape buffalo hunt for 7-days for one hunter during the 2011 hunting                season includes trophy fee f...
Antelope and deer combination hunt. One hunter will have five days to hunt           pronghorn antelope and mule deer at t...
Folsom Outfitters Bison Hunt: Here is an opportunity to relive the thrilling days of the                Old West. This is ...
NOTES        23
DONOR CONTACT LISTAbsolute Perfection Taxidermy      Dakota Hunting Farms                    Highland Hills Ranch         ...
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  1. 1. county c ge ha a n ptor er◊ ◊◊ ◊◊ ◊ 26th A n n u a l LSA NAFA R I IO NA T CL U B I N TE R Fundraiser & Auction Silent Auction, Live Auction, Ladies Raffle & General Raffle Saturday, March 5, 2011
  2. 2. SCI MISSION STATEMENTSafari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlifeconservation worldwide. • Providing value to members by shaping policies and legislation that protect the freedom to hunt locally, nationally and internationally. • Keeping members informed regarding issues that impact hunting while educating and entertaining members with engaging articles about the rich heritage of hunting in all forms of media. • Providing a community for hunters worldwide where camaraderie is enjoyed and expert information is exchanged, and where members are able to participate in a market for quality hunting goods and ser- vices. • Promoting a positive image of hunters and portraying them as responsible citizens who fund wildlife conservation, education and other programs which benefit the community. SCIF MISSION STATEMENTThe mission of SCIF is to fund and manage worldwide programs dedicated to Wildlife conservation, outdooreducation and humanitarian services. SCI CODE OF ETHICSRecognizing my responsibilities to wildlife, habitat and future generations, I pledge: • To conduct myself in the field so as to make a positive contribution to wildlife and ecosystems. • To improve my skills as a woodsman and marksman to ensure humane harvesting of wildlife. • To comply with all game laws, in the spirit of Fair Chase, and to influence companions accordingly. • To accept my responsibility to provide all possible assistance to game law enforcement officers. • To waste no opportunity to teach young people the full meaning of this code of ethics.To reflect in word and behavior only credit upon the fraternity of sportsmen, and to demonstrate abidingrespect for game, habitat and property where I am privileged to hunt.2
  3. 3. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 4:00 p.m. Doors Open Hand-Served Hors d’oeuvres The Orange County Chapter would like to thank Dennis Anderson and Anderson Seafood for their generous donation of seafood appetizers. Open Bar (all evening) 6:15 p.m. First Call to Dinner 6:30 p.m. Dinner Served 7:30 p.m. Silent Auction Closes 8:00 p.m. South Coast Plaza Gift Certificate Winner Announced Silent Auction List Posted General Opportunity Raffle Closes Ladies Opportunity Raffle Closes Premium Opportunity Raffle Closes 8:30 p.m. Live Auction Begins Ladies Opportunity Raffle Posted General Opportunity Raffle Posted Premium Opportunity Raffle 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Winners Announced (All others posted.) 9:30-11 p.m. Pay For & Collect Auction ItemsPlease Note:1. The winning Ladies Raffle and General Raffle ticket numbers will be posted at the Prize Distribution Room. The winning raffle ticket numbers will be passed out to the tables. Please check your ticket against the number posted and claim your prize after the event.2. Silent Auction results will be passed out to the tables. Please pay for your winning bids before going to the Silent Auction Room. Receipts marked PAID from the cashier must be presented at the Silent Auction Room to collect Silent Auction items.3. Although this is a hosted bar, please drink responsibly. Taxi service is available or you may secure a room at our SCI-OC preferred price. 3
  4. 4. CONDITIONS OF SALE The following Conditions of Sale are the complete terms and conditions by which all property listed in this catalog shall be offered and sold by SCI-OC: 1. All goods offered for sale have been acquired or obtained by SCI-OC from third parties. Purchaser acknowledges that goods have not been inspected by SCI-OC and is advised, in the case of fire- arms or other weapons, to secure a competent inspection and test before use. The goods offered for sale are sold “as is,” without any express or implied warranties on the part of SCI-OC. Any writ- ten warranties delivered to purchaser are those solely of the manufacturer of same. 2. All services offered for sale have been acquired and are to be furnished by third parties. They will not be performed by SCI-OC. SCI-OC shall bear no responsibility for the delivery or quality of any such services or for any loss or damage arising from, related to, or connected with, the perfor- mance or nonperformance of such services. 3. SCI-OC has endeavored to catalog and describe correctly the property to be sold, but all property is sold “as is” and SCI-OC shall in no event be responsible for the correctness of description, genu- ineness or authorship, provenance or condition of said property and no statement made orally at the sale or elsewhere shall be deemed to be such a warranty, representation or assumption of li- ability. Prospective bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition. 4. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer at the time of sale, all bids are per lot as numbered in the printed catalog. The auctioneer, at the time of the sale, may correct the description or the contents of the lot; that description will constitute the item being sold and will supersede any previous description in the catalog. 5. SCI-OC reserves the right to reject a bid from any bidder. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser, subject to the Conditions of Sale. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer shall have absolute discretion to determine the successful bidder, and his determination shall be final; or the auctioneer, at his discretion, may re-offer and resell the article in dispute at any time prior to the conclusion of the auction. If any dispute arises after the sale, SCI-OC sale record shall be conclusive as to who was the purchaser. 6. Any bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal or fractional advance over the previous bid, may be rejected by the auctioneer at his dis- cretion. If the auctioneer, at his sole and final discretion, decides that any original bid is not com- mensurate with the value of the article offered, or having acknowledged an original bid, that any advance thereafter is not of sufficient amount, he may reject the same. 7. Except as herein otherwise provided, the title will pass to the highest bidder upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer; thereafter, the property is at the purchaser’s sole risk and responsibility. In any dispute as to the amount of bid, the records of SCI-OC shall be accepted by the bidder as final and correct. 8. All items purchased are to be paid for in full at the end of the evening. Good luck and thank you for your support, Jim Dahl, SCI-OC4 Fundraiser Chairman
  5. 5. SOME SPECIAL NOTES ON OUR HUNTS & TRIPs1. Upgrading your hunt, while not required, is certainly appreciated by our donors. If you don’t want to add additional game animals, consider bringing along a friend. This helps out the outfitters contrib- uting to our cause. With few exceptions, our donors are not wealthy philanthropists, but rather, they donate to help wildlife and generate new business for themselves. Please do what you can to help!2. If you are a booking agent and plan on possibly reselling the hunt that you purchase tonight, please be advised that this practice is extremely unpopular with our donors and may lead to problems. We strongly recommend that you avoid this practice.3. If you buy a hunt that the donor fails to provide for you, through no fault of your own, we will make arrangements for a replacement hunt, or we will refund the purchase price. If you simply find it inconvenient to go on the dates available, or change your mind for some reason, then we will assist you in trying to locate someone to take the hunt off your hands, but we make no promises. We may not be able to accommodate your wishes. Basically, if you buy the hunt, it is yours.4. Different hunts require different things, such as room, board, transportation, etc. Please read the descriptions carefully. As a general rule, hunting licenses are not included. These can cost up to several hundred dollars in some cases.5. We do our best to solicit donated hunts only from competent outfitters. However, we do not guarantee the quality or success on any hunt purchased at this auction.6. All of this said, it is important to note that most hunts bought at our auction go very well, with both the donor and the buyer being well satisfied.7. Lastly, please report the results of your donated hunt to the fundraiser chairman. We are all very interested in knowing how it went. South Coast Plaza $500 Drawing Benefits SablesSCI Sables are leaders in wildlife education to preserve the hunting heritage worldwide. Sables’women and men help advance outstanding SCI programs that instill a love of the outdoors andrespect for nature.Founded in 1984 by the women of SCI, the Sables work with SCI Chapters and members toencourage spouses and partners of hunters to nurture the hunting tradition among futuregenerations.Sables support helps SCI:1. Expand the reach and enriching educational opportunities at the SCI’S American Wilderness Leadership School™ in Jackson, Wyoming.2. Maintain the nation’s most comprehensive “Becoming an Outdoors Woman and More” program.3. Support the C.J. McElroy Scholarship Foundation and help to create other scholarships.4. Create and distribute the Safari In A Box curriculum kits for schools. 5
  6. 6. SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER OFFICERS President JIM DAHL Treasurer GEORGE SCHOFHAUSER Secretary PAT BAUER DIRECTORS MARK ASTON JASON CHILDS STEVE LIEBERMAN LISA MCNAMEE FUNDRAISER CHAIRMAN JIM DAHL YOUTH OUTDOOR SAFARI DAY CHAIRMAN & SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL PAST PRESIDENT DENNIS ANDERSON SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL DEPUTY PRESIDENT ELECT JOHN WHIPPLE SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT RON MIZRAHI SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT MARY LYNN WEST REGIONAL DIRECTOR DAVE COMPTON SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR AT LARGE PAUL WHITELOCK AUCTION FRONT DESK JACKIE SMART JILL WIGNEY6
  7. 7. PRESIDENT’S MESSAGEDear Members and Friends of the Safari Club International Orange County Chapter:On behalf of the Board of Directors and the membership, we are very excited to welcome youto our 26th Annual Fundraiser and Auction for an evening of fellowship and fun with both oldand new friends as we raise money to fund our future achievements.We are making every effort possible to ensure that this event will provide an evening ofenjoyment for all those who attend. We would also like to raise as much as possible to furtherhumanitarian needs, educational opportunities, and conservation causes within the localcommunity, as well as the international community via Safari Club International.We would like to provide a little background and further detail. It is the place in OrangeCounty to participate with other like minded hunters in sharing experiences, fellowshipand hunting and travel knowledge. We are also very active in actions to further the cause ofhunters and sustainable wildlife conservation. Chapter projects include a Mobile SensorySafari Van, a Safari In A Box program, Sportsman Against Hunger program, Youth Safari Day,and numerous building and/or repair projects that support wildlife and habitat renewal. TheChapter has also been a long time supporter of the American Wilderness Leadership School(A.W.L.S.) program that sends teachers to SCI’s Granite Ranch near Jackson Hole, Wyoming tolearn about the true role that hunters play in wildlife conservation, sustainable resources andhabitat renewal.We encourage you to support the Chapter’s projects by supporting our event. If you are nota member of our Chapter, we encourage you to join. If you are a new member to our Chapter,welcome!Thank you to all of those who have made this event possible. It takes hours and hours andhours to put this event together, and our volunteers deserve a big thank you!Good hunting,Jim DahlPresident and Fundraiser Chairman 7
  8. 8. LIVE AUCTION INFORMATION• If you wish to participate in the live auction, you must be registered. Please follow the directions of the auctioneer and be careful not to accidentally make any gestures that could be interpreted as a bid while the live auction is in progress.• If you wish to make a bid, please make a clear gesture to attract the attention of the auctioneer or spotters.• If you are the successful high bidder, please identify yourself to let the runner know you were the winning bidder.Check Out• You may pay for and collect your live and silent auction items any time after 9:30 p.m. Please do not check out until you have completed all of your purchases for the evening.Method of Payment• We accept cash, Visa and MasterCard, American Express and checks, with certain restrictions.• To be acceptable, checks must be drawn upon a California bank, and individuals who are not members of the Orange County Chapter of SCI will be required to show a California Driver’s License for identification.• We will be calling for authorization on all credit card purchases. DISCLOSUREIRS Charitable DeductionsAmounts paid to Safari Club International Orange County Chapter as a part of this auction do not automati-cally qualify as charitable deductions. The amount of the charitable deduction, if any, is the amount youpaid in excess of the fair market value of the goods or services received. Please refer to IRS Publication 1391,Deductibility of Payments Made to Charities Conducting Fundraising Events, and consult your tax advisor asto the amount, if any, of charitable deductions which you may be allowed. FIREARMS PURCHASERSPlease Note: California law requires that all firearms be held for a period of 10 days after the date ofpurchase and the original application for registration of the firearm.• Firearms purchased in the auction must be paid for in full at the end of the evening.• Any firearms provided for auctions and raffles by SCI-OC shall be registered by Turner’s Outdoorsman. Turner’s representative, Nabor Mescorro, will direct the firearm to a store location of your choice. It will be your responsibility to complete the required State of California paperwork at the selected location. Your firearm will then be held for 10 days. You will be required to pick up the firearm no later than 30 days after completion of the required paperwork. If permission to purchase the gun is denied by the State, we will refund your money, and keep the firearm.• Purchasers or winners of handguns will be required to fulfill the new Department of Justice requirements for a Handgun Safety Certificate (HSC) before taking possession of the handgun. See the appropriate repre- sentative for additional information.• All fees for registration of firearms, purchased or won, are the responsibility of the purchaser or winner of that firearm.• If permission to acquire any firearm won as a raffle prize is denied by the State, you will forfeit your prize.• All firearms purchased or won are in “as-is” condition. SCI-OC makes no warranty on any firearm as to its condition, serviceability, or suitability for any particular purpose. Your sole recourse on any firearm is to the manufacturer.8
  9. 9. PREMIUM RAFFLE PACKAGES $2,000 Package - (10 Packages)1st Place10-day Alberta, Canada Moose Hunt with George Kelly Outfitting (Kipp & Rosie Kelley gkoutfitting@xplornet.com) and aHill Country Harvester Rifle in .338 Win. Mag. www.hillcountryrifles.com VALUE $12,000. Moose hunt: starting September24, 2012 is a horseback hunt, in the Willmore Wilderness, WMU 440, north of Jasper National Park. No motorized vehicles areallowed. Accommodations are canvas wall tents. Will not take anything under 54" with possibilities of taken up to 64". Licenseand transportation from Edmonton International Airport not included.2nd Place 3rd PlaceBenelli Legacy 28-Gauge Autoloader. VALUE $1,900 CZ 550 American Safari Magnum .458 Lott. VALUE $1,500 Package includes: 1 - $2000, 1 - $1000, 1 - $500, 1 - $300, 1 - $150, Plus 350 - $5 General Raffle Tickets $1,000 Package - (15 Packages)1st Place5-day Colorado elk and black bear hunt with Cassidy Outfitters (Jack Cassidy www.cassidyoutfitters.com, e-mail packrat@gvii.net) and a Weatherby Mark V Ultra Lightweight 7mm Rem. Mag. VALUE $7,000. Rifle elk and black bear hunt will take placeon the rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison in Western Colorado. Hunt on private property near Montrose, Colorado. Thisarea gives the visitor an opportunity to visit the Black Canyon National Park or Ouray, the Switzerland of America and the hotsprings or shop the many stores in picturesque Montrose. The PacRat camp has housed many hunters and Jack Cassidy hasbeen operating here for over 30-years. Hunt is available for either archery or rifle hunter for available dates in 2011 or 2012.Drawing of elk tag is ensured by landowner preference.2nd Place 3rd PlaceSako 85 Classic .375 H&H Mag. VALUE $2,300 Beretta A400 Xplor Unico 12 Gauge Autoloader. VALUE $1,700 Package includes: 1 - $1000, 1 - $500, 1 - $300, 1 - $150, Plus 250 - $5 General Raffle Tickets $500 Package - (20 Packages)1st PlaceWeatherby Mark V Accumark .30-378 Wby. Mag. VALUE $1,8002nd Place 3rd PlaceBrowning Citori White Lightning 12-ga Over/Under. VALUE $1,600. Smith & Wesson .500 S&W Revolver. VALUE $1,100 Package includes: 1 - $500, 1 - $300, 1 - $150, Plus 200 - $5 General Raffle Tickets $300 Package - (25 Packages)1st PlaceVerona 702 28-Gauge Deluxe Over/Under. VALUE $1,4002nd Place 3rd PlaceMarlin 1895SBL .45-70. VALUE $900 Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 AR-Platform .22LR. VALUE $500 Package includes: 1 - $300, 1 - $150, Plus 150 - $5 General Raffle Tickets $150 Package - (50 Packages)1st Place 2nd PlaceWeatherby Vanguard .300 Wby. Mag. VALUE $500 Howa/LSI .30-06. VALUE $450 Package includes: 1 - $150, Plus 100 - $5 General Raffle Tickets 9
  10. 10. LADIES RAFFLE LR-11-00 Dicker and Dicker Furs Natural multi fox, raccoon, and knitted rex rabbit poncho LR-11-01 Big horn lamp set with shades LR-11-02 Whitetail antler lamp set with shades LR-11-03 Moose horn lamps with birch bark shades LR-11-04 Moose horn coffee table & end table set LR-11-05 Whitetail antler replica wine rack with glasses LR-11-06 Whitetail antler replica wine rack with glasses LR-11-07 South Coast Plaza Gift Certificate – $250 LR-11-08 3-Strand Light White Bracelet by Safari Jewelry LR-11-09 4-Strand Classic Bracelet by Safari Jewelry LR-11-10 5-Strand Light White Bracelet by Safari Jewelry LR-11-11 Elephant Head Pendant with Necklace by Safari Jewelry LR-11-12 Smith and Wesson M642 .38 Special with laser sight LR-11-13 Stud and Dangle Earrings by Safari Jewelry LR-11-14 Elephant Hair Stud Earrings adorned with CZ by Safari Jewelry LR-11-15 Elephant Hair Pendant Knot adorned with CZ by Safari Jewelry LR-11-16 LR-11-17 LR-11-18 LR-11-19 LR-11-20 LR-11-21 LR-11-22 LR-11-23 LR-11-24 LR-11-25 LR-11-26 LR-11-2710
  11. 11. GENERAL RAFFLEGR-11-00 Cabela’s $50 gift certificateGR-11-01 Remington 700 SPS 7mm Rem. Mag.GR-11-02 Remington 700 SPS Varmint .22-250 Rem.GR-11-03 Federal duck stamp prints donated by Jim CraigGR-11-04 Gold framed lion portrait in pencil donated by Robert RooksGR-11-05 Dark framed setter on point print donated by Robert RooksGR-11-06 Framed bust of setter with pigeon donated by Robert RooksGR-11-07 Nicely framed setters flushing quail print donated by Robert RooksGR-11-08 Gold framed sitting retriever donated by Robert RooksGR-11-09 Pair of framed man with red coat and friend prints donated by Robert RooksGR-11-10 Whale prints donated by Robert RooksGR-11-11 Caribou and Wolf prints with ivory donated by Robert RooksGR-11-12 Bronze donated by John WhippleGR-11-13 Waxed cotton flotation shotgun caseGR-11-14 Hi Tech Archery gift certificate and wax cotton single padded bow caseGR-11-15 Waxed cotton flotation scoped rifle caseGR-11-16 Thompson/Center Triumph Bone CollectorGR-11-17 SCI Backyard fire pit/grillGR-11-18 Ruger 10/22 .22LR stainless/syntheticGR-11-19 Howa/LSI 30-06 Blk Combo w/3.5-10x44 Game King scopeGR-11-20 Guide Series 3-piece canvas duffel bag setGR-11-21GR-11-22GR-11-23GR-11-24GR-11-25GR-11-26GR-11-27 11
  12. 12. SILENT AUCTION Kevin Campbell Custom Rifle. Commercial, FN Mauser action .300 Win. Mag. Custom bottom metal by Fisher. Schneider 24" barrel. Leupold Vari-X III 4.5-14 scope. Buehler SA-11-00 rings and bases. Buehler MK II low mount safety. Turkish walnut classic stock with ebony fore-end tip. Point pattern checkering 26 lines per inch. Cold rust bluing. Donated by Steve Ribeau. Value $6,700. SA-11-01 Elephant hair theme belt buckle by Safari Jewelry. $1,000 gift certificate for taxidermy. Donated by Jesse Watson of Absolute Perfection SA-11-02 Taxidermy. Four Angel baseball tickets for any game on the club level, including parking. SA-11-03 Donated by Dennis Anderson. Contact him by April 15, 2011. SA-11-04 Bugler bronze with marble table. Donated by Robert Rooks. SA-11-05 Federal duck stamp prints donated by Jim Craig. SA-11-06 Zebra hide carry-on luggage donated by Earl Salter. 1-year On-Target membership and Ruger Mark III .22 LR. Donated by Gregg Boulsog SA-11-07 of On-Target. SA-11-08 Elephant head pendant and necklace. Donated by David Anderson of Safari Jewelry. SA-11-09 Damascus knife donated by Paul Whitelock. Reproduction of an antique Japanese screen is created brushstroke by brushstroke on an expanse of gold leaf rice paper. The large four panel screen is bordered with SA-11-10 silk brocade and set in a black lacquered hardwood frame. Mounting hardware included. 78" L x 55" H. Value $895. Donated by Tom Lund. US Customs and US Fish and Wildlife Clearance Package donated by Coppersmith SA-11-11 Global Logistics. 3 days/4 nights guided Texas hunt for exotics with 10% off trophy fees. Cost of extra SA-11-12 hunters $370 per day. Non-hunters $170 per day. Texas hunting license required $48. Value $2,010. Donated by Laurent and Diane Delagrange of Indianhead Ranch. SA-11-13 Leather recliner and matching ottoman with SCI logo. SA-11-14 Ruger Hawkeye Synthetic/Stainless .338 Win. Mag. SCI Trophy Records Department Gift Certificate for either 1 Grand Slam Listing; 2 SA-11-15 Copper Level Inner Circles Listings or 5 Record Book Entries. Value $550. Case of Winchester .308 Win. Donated by Pat and Cindy Dooley, Dooley Enterprises - SA-11-16 Winchester Law Enforcement Ammunition.12
  13. 13. SA-11-17 Safari Press books donated by Ludo Wurfbain.SA-11-18 Bronze of rider with dogs. Donated by Robert Rooks. Palomar Hunt Club in San Diego County has donated a Full Day Hunt, which includesSA-11-19 access to over 7,000 acres of private property, 5 pheasant, 5 chukar and a dog handler. Value is $575. Additional hunters may be added at regular rates.SA-11-20SA-11-21SA-11-22 Jerry Nordick of Bucks Forever Ranch has donated a 3-day, 3-night up to 149" whitetail deer hunt for one hunter near Rockglen, Saskatchewan, Canada. Includes comfortable accommodations, home-cooked meals, guide, field transportation,SA-11-23 and field prep. Hunt must be taken in the 2011 season (Sept. 1–Dec. 31). Additional hunter welcome from current price list and you may upgrade the days and animals (elk and buffalo) from price list. Airport pickup $300. Donor Valuation $3,500.SA-11-24SA-11-25 SCI 2011 Artist of the Year Joshua Spies Leopard print.SA-11-26 Vacation in Cabo San Lucas at Dave and Mary Lynn West’s condominium. Don’t wait any longer—secure the guns in your house! This generous donation from Cannon Safe is what you have been waiting for. The Patriot 22 series weighs 525 pounds, has a 1" steel composite door, commercial grade lock, 1" active lockingSA-11-27 bolts, and is 30" wide, 59" high, and 24" deep. Includes free delivery donated by Dave and Mary Lynn West within Los Angeles, Orange, or Riverside County on the first level. Other areas are by arrangement with extra cost. Donor Valuation $1,700.SA-11-28SA-11-29SA-11-30 13
  14. 14. LIVE AUCTION Doug Roth of Camp 5 Outfitters of Paso Robles has donated a 2-day guided boar LA 11-01 hunt for one hunter including lodging. Hunt must be taken in 2011. LA-11-02 Fur by Dicker and Dicker Bill and Sandy Mitchell of Dakota Hunting Farms are again supporting our chapter with a donated pheasant hunt for 1 person, 3 days, 3 nights lodging, meals 3 rooster LA-11-03 pheasants per day, bird processing and transportation from the Aberdeen airport. Donor Valuation $1,380 LA-11-04 Diekie Muller Hunting Safaris 8-day African Plains Game Safari for 2 hunters, rifle or bow. Valued at $9,200! Includes a $1,000 per hunter credit towards trophy fees. All animals are SCI trophy quality. INCLUDES – Ground transportation from Johannesburg, South Africa and during the hunt; all accommodations; all meals, beer, wine, & soft drinks; 1-on-1 services LA-11-05 of licensed professional hunter; field prep of trophies for 8 days. Located in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. EXCLUDES – Airline tickets, trophy fees, tips, taxidermy fees, and cost of shipping of animals to the US. Trophy fees for animals taken can be seen at www.dmsafaris.com. Donor Valuation $9,200 Royce (Pancho) Maples of Haystack Mountain Outfitters has donated a 3-day predator hunt for two hunters. Southwest New Mexico boasts some of the best predator hunting around. Dates are negotiable but December 2010 or January 2011 are recommended. Includes pick-up and return from Roswell, New Mexico Airport, LA-11-06 transportation to and from the field, assistance with securing accommodations/ meals, all private land trespass and trophy fees, 2x1 guide and trophy field prep. Does not include hunting license, game license, alcohol and gratuities. Donor Valuation $2,000 LA-11-07 Dan Bell of Bell Wildlife Specialties in Kansas has donated a 2-day for 2 hunters turkey hunt. Hunters can take 2 turkeys each and lodging and meals are included. If you are looking to start or complete your Turkey Slam, here you go! Hunters need to LA-11-08 purchase license, turkey permits and second tag all for $125. Extra days can be added at $400 per day per gun. Additional hunters are welcome. You also might check out his Whitetail hunting. Donor Valuation $2,50014
  15. 15. Iron Wheel Guest Ranch and Cargill Outfitting. Your mini vacation for two will start from the Iron Wheel Guest Ranch. You will be staying at our 6,000 square foot Lodge. Once you settle in, you can relax and unpack. You will go float fishing via raft or drift boat with 2 persons per boat for 2 days on the Jefferson River or Big Hole River depending on weather and fishing conditions. All meals and lodging are provided for 3 nights and 2 days as well as a two-hour trail ride. We encourage you to bring along friends at a cost of $1,215 for 2, with 5% going back to SCI Orange County.LA-11-09 Your fishing license can be purchased on arrival or before for approximately $35 for the 2 days. Fishing gear is available for rent and local lures are available or we have a supply. Your trip can be extended or upgraded to include other functions as well: horseback trail rides, youth camps, local scenic tours, antique shops, additional fishing trips or leisure time. We also offer quality big game hunts and our high success rate speaks for itself. Come join us for a great time! Donor Valuation $1,215/Reserve bid Lou Misterly and Russell Cummins of “JENNINGS RIVER OUTFITTERS” has donated a “WESTERN CANADIAN MOOSE HUNT” for 10 days, for one hunter. Hunt to be taken Sept.-Oct. 2011 only. This is a fantastic territory in Northern British Columbia, Canada that covers over 3,000 sq. miles. It is located on the Jennings River in the Cassier Mountains just south of the Yukon border, an excellent area for big Moose, Mountain Caribou, Mountain Goat, Stone Sheep, Grizzly Bear, Black Bear, and Wolf. It boasts several lakes with great fishing for most of the northern species. The hunt also includes a Wolf at no additional charge. Hunting will be done on horseback or by boat. Remote wilderness access into the territory is by float plane only. Stay inLA-11-10 wilderness cabins or tent camps. With this hunt, “MOUNTAIN GOAT”, “MOUNTAIN CARIBOU”, OR BLACK BEAR can be added for an additional trophy fee of $3,000 each. GRIZZLY BEAR can be added for $10,000. Included: Food, Lodging, Guide, Wrangler, Skinning, Salting, Pick-up, and return at Whitehorse Yukon. Hunt will also include 50% off the normal $950 float plane charge. This hunt only cost $450. Pick-up and return charges have also been waived. Not included: hunting license; tag fees, i.e. Moose $280 Can.; G.S.T. 6%; Shipping or Packing of Trophies or Meat; or Gratuities. See Lou Misterly for Brochures and booking agreement. Donor Valuation $12,000/Reserve bid Kuvhima Safaris is offering you this donation in the Limpopo Province of South Africa for 2 hunters for 7 hunt days plus the arrival and departure days, plus trophy fees of $3,000 to be shared between the two hunters. This trophy credit can be used for any animals of your choice. Daily rates and trophy fees as per the current price list will apply. Non-hunters are welcome to be added at $200 per day. This is an all-inclusiveLA-11-11 package and includes pick-up and drop-off at Johannesburg Airport, all meals, drinks in moderation, field preparation of trophies, laundry service, accommodations in our lodge, and the services of an experienced professional hunter and tracker. The hunt may be scheduled for 2011 or 2012. This is a 100% donation to the chapter. Trophy credits cannot be transferred between the two hunters. Donor Valuation $9,400 15
  16. 16. Estancia “La Criolla” has donated a five-day dove hunt for four hunters to be used in the 2011 season. The hunt takes place in the Province of Santa Fe, Argentina. The area is known worldwide and gives hunters the possibility of combining different species such as dove, pigeon, duck, partridge, big game and fishing. All of this without the LA-11-13 need of changing areas, lodging or traveling long distances in order to enjoy the experience. This VIP service includes meals, lodging, ground transportation and local airport pick-up and delivery. Additional hunters welcome at $500 per day. Does not include shells, hunting licenses, air charters, before and after accommodation and gratuities. Donated by Roberto and Tomas Druetto. Donor Valuation $10,000 Macedonia is an excellent place for US hunters because 12 different species of European and exotic big game can be hunted there. Besides the already famous Balkan Chamois in our hunting ground, hunters can hunt Kri Kri Ibex (the only place in the world where it can be hunted by rifle), Alpine Ibex, Barbary Sheep, Axis Deer, Thar, excellent Mouflon Sheep and others. Hunting is done From August 1 to April. We are offering a 6-days stay, 5-days hunt for one hunter and one observer in our own hunting ground Lakavica, where we have an excellent five star hunting house LA-11-14 and where almost all species can be hunted. The donation includes transport from the airport in Skoplje, 6 nights meal and lodging in our hunting house, assistance of a professional hunter-interpreter, rifle and ammunition, assistance of the local game keeper, and first treatment of trophies. The guest needs to pay tax separately at $2,070 USD. Dipping & packing fee and legal documents $500 for all trophies. One European Mouflon Sheep trophy fee without point limit is included in this donation. www.huntineurope.com or info@huntineurope.com Donor Valuation $11,500 Zimbabwe, Matetsi Unit 1–12-day Elephant & Plainsgame hunt for 1 hunter. Matetsi Unit 1 is Zimbabwe’s 99,000-acre highly desirable game-rich hunting concession. This donation by Mabal’engwe Safaris includes a $14,400 credit towards daily rates on a 12-day Elephant & Plainsgame hunt for open dates Oct. 1 to Nov.30, 2011. Enjoy exclusive amenities at Mabal’engwe Safari Lodge and the thrill of the hunt just 45-minutes from the magnificent Victoria Falls. Additional hunters are welcome at $1,000/day and observers may accompany for only $200/day. Arrival/departure point is Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. For more information, contact Elisabeth Freeman at (805) 889-9326 or e-mail elisabeth@mabalengwe.com. www. mabalengwe.com. Donation includes: accommodations at Mabalengwe’s exclusive Safari Lodge located in the hunting area; transfer from Victoria Falls Airport; meals LA-11-15 with custom menus; refreshments and snacks; soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, tea and coffee; 4x4 safari vehicle transport whilst in the hunting area; service of a licensed professional hunter, trackers & skinners; field preparation of trophies & transport to local taxidermist; complementary safari drives on non-hunting days; 1 complementary day trip to Victoria Falls on a non-hunting day; children under 10 stay free. Donation does not include: air travel; accommodation before and after the scheduled safari period; local taxidermist’s costs for dipping, packing and shipping; 2% government levy on daily rates; 4% government levy on trophy fees; trophy fees for animals taken or wounded; CITES tags for elephant, leopard and crocodile trophies; medical air rescue services or emergency medical evacuation insurance; telephone calls and faxes; gratuities; Victoria Falls and other park entrance fees; curio purchases; child care services. Donor Valuation $14,4001616
  17. 17. Marty Loring of BC and Beyond Outdoor Adventures has donated a 5-day 2011 or 2012 spring Black Bear hunt in British Columbia for one hunter and Wolf by chance.LA-11-16 Includes 1x1 guide service, all meals, accommodations, trophy field care, airport pickup and transfer. A second bear can be taken for $900. Tags and license not included. Donor Valuation $4,600 Grab your cowboy hat and lasso—its time to cattle drive at our Montana Summer Escape! The Ranches at Belt Creek welcomes you to one of the most spectacular outdoor experiences in Montana. Explore thrill seeking trails through limestone canyons on horseback. Take a four wheeler through the National Forest or have a fun packed day of fly-fishing with one of our experienced guides. Hike or raft through Sluice Box state park. End your perfect day with spa services and your own personal masseuse. Enjoy barrel racing and team roping competitions right from the back deck of your cabin. Allow our ranch concierge to help you customize a western vacation you will never forget! Enjoy the fresh air and serene beauty of theLA-11-17 countryside with a 4-night, 5-day getaway to a delightful luxury log cabin. This 2,250 square foot cabin has three bedrooms with plush queen size beds in each room, a loft with two additional queen size beds (can sleep up to 8 guests total), a full dining room and living room with high end furnishings, a wood burning fireplace, a full kitchen with granite countertops, and views of the equestrian center and riding arena. Watch a rodeo from the comfort of your back deck, while barbecuing for the family, or relax on the balcony after a hot stone massage and gourmet chef dinner! YOU WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THIS TRIP FOR YEARS TO COME! Donor Valuation $4,000/Reserve bidLA-11-18 Jerome Knap of Canada North Outfitting and Global Expeditions has donated a 4-day Greenland Muskox on Victoria Island for one hunter. This hunt is done from March 16 to April 11, 2011 or 2012. Cost of second hunter $5,900. Cost of second Greenland Muskox $2,000. License ($53) and trophy fee ($158) not included. HuntLA-11-19 includes transportation from Cambridge Bay to the hunting area by snowmobile; services of a licensed guide with a snowmobile; including all gas and oil for the snowmobile; food during the hunt; camping gear such as tent, foam mattress, stoves, pots, pans and dishes, lodging in a tented camp or cabin during the hunt. Reserve bidLA-11-20 17
  18. 18. “AFRICAN TREASURE“ Bronze African Elephant with ivory tusks by Laran Ghiglieri Edition: 125 27" h x 36" l x 16" w MPI is proud to present the masterpieces of the renowned and prolific artist, Laran Ghiglieri. A world class Master Sculptor, Laran follows his family’s tradition of quality and excellence through visual arts. Born to a family of exceptional artists, he began LA-11-21 designing and creating master works of art at age eleven. Laran commands a dedicated following and has contributed to many spectacular monuments including a bronze eagle over 14 tons and 33 feet tall. His moving sculptures range in theme from historical to wildlife to patriotic. The African Elephant, by far the largest land mammal on the planet, is often considered the most intelligent. This young bull takes care to show off his masculine prowess as well as his most valuable treasure, his luminous ivory tusks. Reserve bid LA-11-22 LA-11-23 5 Day Tahr & Arapawa Ram Hunt in New Zealand with Jonathan Christian of Wilderness Quest New Zealand for 1 hunter and 1 non-hunter in 2011 or 2012. Three actual hunting days, two days in and out of camp in the Haupiri River Valley, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. Hunting Season: March–End of August. Trophy fees/animals that are included: Tahr and Arapawa Ram, field prep, luxury accommodation, food and beverages, travel to lodge. Includes everything while on LA-11-24 the hunt except the daily guide fee of $350/day. Game that can be added: monster red stag, fallow stag, arapawa ram, tahr, chamois, elk/wapiti stag, sika stag, rusa, sambar, wild boar, water buffalo, feral goat, whitetail buck, game birds – black swan, paradise ducks, pukeko bird, turkey, pheasant, partridge, and lobster tours. Cost of extra hunter(s): as per price list. Another hunter is welcome to come as well at the price paid for this donation direct to outfitter. Non-hunter(s): $200 / day. Transportation during hunt is mostly by foot and vehicle. Donor Valuation $5,200 One year My Country Club membership. Includes access to over 100,000 acres of private property in San Diego County. Hunt for deer, turkey, dove, quail, geese, ducks, LA-11-25 or fish or camp. Upgrade to family membership for $500 or corporate membership for $3,000. Donated by Joel Mendenhall of My Country Club.18
  19. 19. 5 Day Wild Red Stag Hunt in New Zealand with Jonathan Christian of Wilderness Quest New Zealand for 1 hunter and 1 non-hunter in 2011 or 2012. Three actual hunting days, two days in and out of camp in the Haupiri River Valley, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. Hunting Season: March–End August. Included: trophy fees for one Red Stag, field prep, luxury accommodation, food and beverages, travel to lodge, includes everything while on the hunt except the daily guide feeLA-11-26 of $350/day. Game that can be added: monster red stag, fallow stag, arapawa ram, tahr, chamois, elk/wapiti stag, sika stag, rusa, sambar, wild boar, water buffalo, feral goat, whitetail buck, game birds – black swan, paradise ducks, pukeko bird, turkey, pheasant, partridge, and lobster tours. Cost of extra hunter(s): as per price list. Second hunter is welcome to come as well at the price paid for this donation direct to outfitter. Non-hunter(s): $200 / day. Transportation during hunt is mostly by foot and vehicle. Donor Valuation $6,000 Canadian varmint hunt in Saskatchewan. 3-day gopher hunt for one hunter with Warren Spagrud of Circle S Ranch. The rolling hills of this ranch are infested with these little varmints. Hunters can expect to see 2,000 gophers per day. Included: lodging in fully modern cabin, all meals, guiding, and on-site transportation. HuntLA-11-27 dates: May 1–July 15, 2011. Not included: firearm permits, transportation to and from airport and alcoholic beverages. Upgrade to coyotes and badgers with additional days at $200/day. This hunt is for new guests only. Additional hunters $300/day. Contact Warren at 306-476-2580 wspagrud@xplornet.com Donor Valuation $900LA-11-28LA-11-29 Czech Republic – 5 day 1x1 roe deer or sika stag hunt donated by Jerome Knap. Includes two 6 point roe bucks up to bronze meda or one Japanese sika stag of any size. 4 star hotel accommodations during hunt. Roe deer season is from MayLA-11-30 16 to September 30. Sika stag season is September 1 to January 31. License $120. Additional hunter $4,900. Non-hunter $900. Red stag, fallow deer, sika, mouflon and boar also available. Reserve bidLA-11-31LA-11-32LA-11-33 Dicker and Dicker FurLA-11-34 19
  20. 20. Mozambique Cape buffalo hunt for 7-days for one hunter during the 2011 hunting season includes trophy fee for one bull Cape buffalo, lodging in luxury safari tents or cottages, all meals and drinks, airport transfers. Not included are $930 license and $270 permit. Can be upgraded to include additional days or trophies including LA-11-35 hippo, croc, waterbuck, reedbuck, sable, bush buck, warthog, bushpig, and elephant. See website for trophy fees. Arrival departure point is Quelemane Airport, Zambezia Province, Mozambique. Additional hunters $840 per day, non-hunters $200 per day. welcome. Allan Weideman info@globalsafaris.co.za or 27-82925 7188 www.globalsafaris.co.za Donor Valuation $11,770 Ken Eng and Mark Leslie of the Eng Ranch have donated a Tule bull elk hunt for one hunter. One hundred years ago, there were only 20 Tule elk left in California, but with careful management and our hunting dollars they have been brought back. So why wait to be drawn? Here is your chance to hunt a magnificent tule elk on a LA-11-36 private ranch in San Luis Obispo County. This hunt which is a part of the Private Land Management program so you are able to hunt your elk from Jul.15 to Dec. 31, 2011. Includes lodging, meals, guide service, field prep and transportation in the field. Chapter members have taken very nice bulls. Donor Valuation $15,000/Reserve bid LA-11-37 High Volume Dove shooting trip to Cordoba, Argentina for 3 days for 4 hunters, donated by Paco Riestra. Dates 2011–2012 (year-round, unless upgraded to hunt other species). All meals, open bar and lodging included. The hunt expires one year LA-11-38 to date of purchase. Not included: Shotgun Shells @ $12/box (12 or 20 gauge only); tips to Bird Boys (approx. $30/day) & other staff; hunting license ($260); gun permits ($100 per gun); optional gun rental ($240 for the entire trip); airfare to Cordoba, Argentina. Reserve bid Verle Duerden of Action Whitewater Adventures has donated one white water rafting package for two people on Idaho’s Main Salmon River for the 2011 season. LA-11-39 This is a 5 day/4 night package on Idaho‘s famous Main Salmon River. We supply all food, camping gear and rafting equipment. Reserve bid Ralph Stubitsch of Paws N Claws Guiding Service has donated a 7-day Lynx hunt in British Columbia for one hunter. Includes airport transfers, lodging, and meals. Tags LA-11-40 and license not included. Add Mountain Lion $4,000; Mule Deer $2,500. Donor Valuation $3,000/Reserve bid20
  21. 21. Antelope and deer combination hunt. One hunter will have five days to hunt pronghorn antelope and mule deer at the famous Lisco Riverbend Ranch near Douglas, Wyoming. This 22,000 acre ranch is home to hundreds of antelope and deer and offers an excellent opportunity to fill both tags with either your rifle or bow. The Lisco family, working with Jack Cassidy, will be your host and provide lodging, all meals, and guides to insure that you will have a successful and enjoyable experience.LA-11-41 Rifle hunters will spot and stalk their trophies; hunting Oct. 2–6, 2011 or available dates in 2012. Blinds at water holes for antelope and tree stands for deer for bow hunters starting Sept. 4–8, 2011 or available dates in 2012. The licenses are on a drawing with 100% success for both antelope and deer. Jack will work with you and assist the application. This is a great hunt for a husband/wife or for a father/ beginning hunter. Questions, contact Jack Cassidy at (970) 858-6586 or pacrat@gvii.net www. cassidyoutfitters.com. Additional hunters welcome. Donor Valuation $4,500 Alfred Luis of Central Coast Outfitters has donated a 2-day boar and quail combinationLA-11-42 hunt for 1 hunter. Must be taken in 2011. Food and lodging included. Alfred is also a chapter member. Donor Valuation $1,250 Dennis Macnab, owner of Highland Hill Ranch in North Central Oregon, has donated a 2-day, all-inclusive walk-up hunt for 2 avid bird hunters. Considered among the finest hunting facilities in the world, HHR recently was selected as a Beretta “Two Trident Upland-Bird Lodge”. The Beretta Brand ensures the shooting sportsman will have the absolute confidence that any venue receiving “Tridents” are among the very best and complete field sports experiences available. The buyer of this package will hunt 3,000 diverse acres for native pheasant, chukar, valley quail and Hungarian Partridge. At theLA-11-43 end of the day, guests retreat to the 5-star, 10,000 sq ft custom lodge home and relish the professionally prepared cuisine. HHR is the only lodge selected to the Beretta Trident Program and awarded the Orvis “Wingshooting Lodge of the Year”. Please consider joining us for the ultimate outdoor adventure. Hunt must be scheduled during our 2011-2012 season which runs from September 2011 thru March 2012. For more information: www.highlandhillsranch.com or info@highlandhillsranch.com or (866) 478-4868. Folsom Outfitters Merriam’s Turkey Hunt: Turkey hunting in Northeastern New Mexico is unlike turkey hunting anywhere else in the world. The diverse landscape can go from flat open prairies to deep heavily wooded canyons to lofty peaks of 8,000 feet in an instant. Here you will find the perfect habitat for Merriam’s Turkey. Imagine being here just at sunrise to hear dozens of gobblers coming off of their roost and starting their morning strut. In addition to innumerable turkey flocks, you may also see elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope and an occasional black bear that has just awakened fromLA-11-44 his winter hibernation. All hunts are located on private ranches with thousands of acres to hunt on. All hunts are fully guided with meals and lodging included. The hunter is responsible for the purchase of his/her $100 non-resident license. Two gobblers may be harvested per hunter. We have a unique situation in North East New Mexico; a hunter may harvest a Merriam‘s or Rio Grande Turkey on the same hunt to accomplish the New Mexico Turkey Slam. Our success rate last year was 100% in the quest of two turkeys per hunter. Reserve bid 21
  22. 22. Folsom Outfitters Bison Hunt: Here is an opportunity to relive the thrilling days of the Old West. This is a two day management bison hunt on a private 20,000 acre ranch in the Northeast Highlands of New Mexico located right on the historic Santa Fe LA-11-45 Trail. Meals, lodging, and field preparation of the meat, head and hide are included in the price of the hunt. Nearby taxidermist and meat processors are available at an additional cost. This hunt is available for booking in January or February 2012. Upgrade to trophy bison (5-yrs or older) for $1,500. Reserve bid Roe Deer hunt at the Queen’s Balmoral Estate for 1 hunter, includes 2 bucks. We can’t guarantee that a member of the royal family will be in attendance during the hunt, but who knows? No doubt this is one of the most unique, exclusive, and prestigious hunts that you will find. Michael Grosse, owner of International Adventures Unlimited has the exclusive right to hunt Roe Deer on the Balmoral. Unless you’re the Queen, member of the family, or the Queen’s guest, you will not be hunting here without Michael. Includes ROUND TRIP coach airfare from the winning bidder’s nearest international airport to Edinburgh, Scotland, transfers, 2 Roe Buck trophy fees, 5 days and 4 nights at the charming Glen Lui Hotel, meals, and guide fees. This hunt begins LA-11-46 on day 1, arrival in Scotland on day 2, hunting and other activities on days 3, 4, and 5, and return home on day 6. Non-hunters will also enjoy this trip with special attention touring castles, historical sites, shopping, riding the Queen’s horses, and possibly a round of golf on the Royal Family’s private course (fees at current published rates). The non-hunter may join this trip for $2,950.00. The successful bidder will also be allowed a second hunter to join him as his guest for a $2,000.00 discount. ($4,950.00) This may be taken in June 2011 if available; 2012 is guaranteed. Donor Valuation $8,950 ($6,950 retail hunt cost + $2,000 discount for 2nd hunter) Reserve bid All-inclusive Red Stag hunt in Scotland for 6 days for 1 hunter, includes international airfare. Have you ever dreamed of hunting the Scottish Red Stag and experiencing the country’s rich culture and traditions? This special package includes roundtrip airfare and all airport transfers, one hill stag, meals and lodging—truly a unique package offered by Michael and Danielle Grosse at International Adventures Unlimited. The Inshewen Estate in Scotland has the best private herd of Red Stag in all of Scotland. You may upgrade this hunt to one of the incredible trophy estate stage on the Inshewen Estate on a cost basis, which means you will be paying a third to a fourth of what you would expect to pay for a comparable head in New Zealand. Roe Deer and Fallow Deer may also be taken at currently published rates. Non-hunters days are filled with touring Scottish castles, cathedrals, famous landmarks, and shopping (led LA-11-47 by Danielle). Most hunters bring guests to enjoy this customizable trip. Special non- hunting packages that include roundtrip airfare, transfers, meals, lodging, and private escorted tours are available for $2,950. This trip begins with the guest’s departure on day 1, arrival in Scotland on day 2, hunting and other activities on days 3, 4, and 5, and return flight on day 6. You’ll be staying at the luxurious Lands of Loyal, an 18th Century Duke’s estate. Included: round trip airfare for the successful bidder from the nearest major international airport to Edinburgh, Scotland, all airport transfers, meals, lodging, and the harvesting of one hill stag. There are a limited number of these opportunities, which Michael makes available on a first come-first served basis. Currently, there is availability for September or October 2011; however, a package in 2012 is guaranteed if you prefer. Donor Valuation $5,750/Reserve bid22
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  24. 24. DONOR CONTACT LISTAbsolute Perfection Taxidermy Dakota Hunting Farms Highland Hills Ranch Paws N Claws Guiding ServiceJessie Watson Bill and Sandy Mitchell Dennis McNab Ralph Stubitsch9126 Indiana Avenue PO Box 98 1629 E. 12th Street Box 12Riverside, CA 92503 Hecla, SD 57446 The Dalles, OR 97058 Big Lake BC VOL1GO(951) 354-7907 (818) 371-2336 (866) 478-4868 Canadaapt.safari@yahoo.com dhfhecla@nvc.net info@highlandhillsranch.com (250) 243-2155 www.dakotahuntingfarms.com www.highlandhillsranch.com pawclaw@telus.netAnderson SeafoodDennis Anderson Dejon’s Studio of Taxidermy Indianhead Ranch Ranches At Belt CreekPO Box 17636 Gilbert Gomez Laurent and Diane Delagrange Michelle WineAnaheim, CA 92817-7636 2646 Mountain Valley Road 3110 Indian Head Ranch Road 277 Armington Road(714) 777-7100 ext. 202 El Monte, CA 91732 Rel Rio, TX 78840 Belt, MT 59412dennis@andersonseafoods.com (626) 455-0045 (830) 775-6481 (406) 750-2361www.andersonseafood.com diane@indianheadranch.com michellewine@gmail.com Dicker & Dicker Furs of Beverly Hills www.indianheadranch.com www.theranchesatbeltcreek.comBC and Beyond Outdoor Adventures Doug FineMarty Loring 215 S. Robertson Blvd. Iron Wheel Guest Ranch S&M Moving Systems16065 Perry Road East Beverly Hills, CA 90211 John and Sherry Cargill Dave and Mary Lynn WestPrince George BC V2K-SE2, Canada (310) 652-3877 40 Cedar Hills Road mwestmover@hughes.net(250) 963-1344 douglas ne@hotmail.com Whitehall, MT 59759 www.smmoving.commajestic@telus.net www.dickeranddickerfurs.com (406) 494-2960 cargill@ironwheel.com Safari JewelryBell Wildlife Specialties Diekie Muller Hunting Safaris www.ironwheel.com Dave AndersonDan Bell Limpopo Province PO Box 61606155 West Oak St. South Africa Jennings River Out tters Santa Barbara, CA 93160Harveyville, KS 66431 27832764041 Lou Misterly, Jr. and Russell Cummins (800) 597-2327(785) 845-0090 27154912092 Box 119, Teslin, Yukon Canada jill@safarijewelry.com(785) 589-2321 diekie@dmsafaris.com YOA-1BO www.safarijewlery.combellwildlife@earthlink.net www.dmsafaris.com (714) 528-8500www.bellwildlife.com lmisterly@mariettas.net Safari Press Dooley Enterprises - Winchester (867) 851-6406 Ludo WurfbainCanada North Out tting and Law Enforcement Ammunition jenningsriver@netkaster.ca 15621 Chemical Lane #BGlobal Expeditions Pat Dooley www.bcmoose.net Huntington Beach, CA 92648Jerome Knap 1198 N. Grove Street, Suite A (714) 894-908072 Mill Street Anaheim, CA 92806 Kuvhima Safaris publisher@sportsa eld.comAlmonte, ON K0A 1A0, Canada (714) 630-6436 Andre Stewart www.safaripress.com(613) 256-4057 pat@dooleyenterprises.com P.O. Box 607cnonorth@istar.ca cindy@dooleyenterprises.com Lephalale, 0555 South Africa Western Birdswww.goabc.org/out tters/108/ 27 83 320 8866 Jim Matthewscanada-north-out tting-inc.aspx Eng Ranch kuvhima@mweb.co.za P.O. Box 9007 Mark Leslie www.kuvhima.co.za San Bernardino, CA 92427Cannon Safe Company 13 Donore Square (909) 887-3444Mike Baker San Antonio, TX 78229 Masterpiece Investments odwriter@charter.net19949 Kendall Drive (805) 475-2416 Angie Zook odwriter@aol.comSan Bernardino, CA 92407 engaroline@hotmail.com 333 S. State Street www.outdoornewsservice.com(800) 242-1055 Oswego, OR 97034mbaker@cannonsafe.com Estancia La Criolla (503) 685-9878 Julie and Jason Childswww.cannonsafe.com Roberto and Tomas Druetto angie@mpi100.com rd@estancialacriolla.com.ar www.mpi100.com David E. CombsCassidy Out tters www.estancialacriolla.com.ar/ Jim CraigJack Cassidy ingles/index.html On-Target Indoor Range1436 N Road Kyle and LeVonne Bell Greg Boulsog Steve RibeauLoma, CO 81524 Folsom Out tters 27692 Camino Capistrano Robert Rooks(970) 858-6586 Box 394, Folsom, NM 88419 Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 John Whipplepackrat@gvii.net (575) 278-2444 (949) 348-0352www.cassidyout tters.com kyle@folsomout tters.com ontargetrange@sbcglobal.net Paul and Judy Whitelock www.FolsomOut tters.com www.ontarget.comCentral Coast Out ttersAlfred Luis Haystack Mountain Out tters Argentina Bird Hunts(805) 922-7923 Royce (Pancho) Maples Francisco Paco Riestraitchygamehog@aol.com 3306 Woodbine Way Debbie Gomez or Francisco Riestrawww.centralcoastout tters.com Roswell, NM 88203 (786) 243-3170 Fax: (305) 242-9282 (575) 626-3386, (575) 625-2843 debabhunts@bellsouth.net pancho1@plateautel.net www.argentinabirdhunts.com

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