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MOGAMBO:  January, 2019 Dallas Safari Club Convention

https://www.biggame.org/convention/

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A quick perusal of items up for auction -- the catalog is huge -- turns up such items as a $20,000 rifle or a chance to kill an Alaskan brown bear ($20,000 value). You can bid on the opportunity to kill a buffalo at the Philmont Scout Ranch, where Boy Scouts of America typically enjoy far less sanguine fun.

https://www.kitsapsun.com/story/sports/columnists/seabury-blair/2018/12/02/mr-outdoors-big-game-and-big-prices/2164689002/

200+ page auction guide

https://www.biggame.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/DSC2019_final111318-1FINAL.pdf

 

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Note: Hunting does occur in season at certain scout camps, for example, 

Bear Creek Scout Reservation, a hunter's paradise offers you a unique opportunity to hunt game.  Sprawling across 1,000 acres of the beautiful Texas Hill Country near Hunt, Texas, Bear Creek redefines the hunting experience.

From one of the 12 deer blinds you can hunt a variety of animals including: White Tail Buck, White Tail Doe, Axis, Sika, Fallow, wild turkeys and feral hogs. The reservation abounds with game from which you can take your choice.

http://www.alamoareabsa.org/News/HuntingBCSR2016

Glacier's Edge Council (WI) Scouting for Pheasants hunt. Glacier's Edge Council invites everyone of legal hunting age to a day filled with a complete pheasant hunting experience! The Tower Hunt session will consist of 17 pairs of hunters with each pair positioned in one of the 17 blinds that surround the tower.

http://www.glaciersedge.org/BSA620page1733.php

 

...and of course,  local Snipe hunts. 

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RememberSchiff said:
...and of course,  local Snipe hunts. 

Putting on my Leave No Trace hat, I'd just like to remind folks that one of the LNT principles is "Respect wildlife." So please...when taking part in Snipe hunts, remember to practice catch and release practices. 

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