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SCI – Arkansas Chapter Home Newsletters Events Hunting Stories Gallery Contact Join 2017 Banquet Check out the items up for auction! Join Us! Get started showing your support for hunting and conservation today. Your first year’s chapter membership is FREE! Sign up today! Hunting and Conservation Our members help in the fight to protect hunting and preserve conservation. Your local chapter Work to make a difference by getting involved in education, conservation, and humanitarian projects. Join SCI Arkansas Chapter Get started showing your support for hunting and conservation today. Your first year’s chapter membership is FREE! Sign Up TODAY 2017 Arkansas Warrior Hunt Get more information and get your application here Get More Information MEMBERSHIP/NEW MEMBERSHIP EVENT European Pheasant Shoot March 11, 2017 Please join us for a FANTASTIC outing as part of our membership drive. A European Pheasant Shoot with Caviness Cattle & Quail, 4906 CT Road, Hazen, AR 72064, 501-516-5687. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED By March 1, 2017 Limited to 40 shooters with 10 birds released for each shooter. The morning hunt is sold out! The next 10-20 shooters will be placed in the afternoon shoot. Lunch will be served in two seating’s. For more information call Jim Lee at 501 472 1376. Cost: $200 – Per Shooter (Member and family members) There is a special bonus for New Members signing up that day. The $200 for the European Pheasant Shoot will include a 1-year membership to SCI and the Arkansas Chapter. Note: New member may not have been an SCI member within the previous 12 months. You can pay for the shoot online or you can mail your check: Jim Lee 23 Pine Tree Pt. Greenbrier, AR 72058-9773 Also in this edition: Champion Ranch Hunt 2017 Auction Items have been updated! by Gary Acord Champion Ranch I left for Dallas Wednesday morning. Robert had a company Christmas party Wednesday night so I drove to Dallas Wednesday. Robert jumped an early flight out of Little Rock that arrived at Love field 7:00am, and we were off. Colorado City is approximately 60 miles west of Abilene. When we reached Abilene the temps had dropped to 26′ and snowing. Bridges started icing over with cars sliding into ditches at several overpasses. We did make it without any issues. They met us at the entry gate of Champion Ranch. The ranch is 2500 acres with the Colorado River running thru it. The lodge sets on a higher ridge that looks over the valley. It has a beautiful setting with skeet shooting available off the back side of the lodge. Each of us had our own room attached to the main lodge. There was a large gathering area with a pool table, shuffle board, 4-5 big screens, 6 swivel recliners, and a bar that is as well stocked as any bar in Little Rock. If you want it, they have it and are ready to serve you. Breakfast included bacon, eggs, sausage, etc. Lunch was equally as good and then dinner (fine, fine, fine). They exceeded our expectation. This hunt reminded us of a typical African plains game hunt of spot & stalk, even the terrain look similar. The Jeeps are set up with the high racks for a little better view. Our driver was the guide so choice of front shotgun or high rack optional. With the weather at 20′ first morning no high rack for me. The front shotgun position was where I stayed the rest of the hunt. Robert and I both had bucket list of animals in stages of preference. We quickly found seeing an opportunity to get a shot became challenging. Both male and female Oryx have horns and only males can be harvested. Positively identifying a male in the tall grass and brush was difficult. After you stalked to within 50-75 yards, the window of opportunity quickly shuts before you bust your cover. We made a couple hundred yard stalks with the wind in our favor. Quickly getting educated on which one was male. Our bucket list of first preference changed to the first opportunity to shoot something. I was interested in a Red Sheep (no verifying needed on male) which we spotted with some other rams. open shot, hammer fell, and so did the ram. Back to chasing Oryx. Gary Acord with his Red Sheep In the meantime Robert was having the issues getting on Oryx. Robert the bow hunter took both rifle and a bow on the jeep. They spotted a NICE solo Fallow deer and stalked within 30 yards. He made a fantastic shot and the Fallow traveled less than 20 yards. The large cactus they used for cover had a friend that put a few needles in after his release and celebration. All worth the reward…Back to chasing Oryx. Robert Williams with his bow shot Fallow Deer The weather warmed up next day (Saturday) to 45′. Many stalks but still too allusive to make it happen on Oryx for both of us. We were to leave out on Sunday around 12:00. The full Champion Ranch crew was on a mission to help locate Oryx Sunday. Spotters on ridges (3) glassing areas to help in locating. We had seen singles that should or could have been solo bulls but we were never able to get close enough to identify before slipping away. Robert Williams and his Scimitar Oryx Robert was the first to succeed in getting an Oryx. A single white spot hiding behind a cactus that seemed odd in appearance. They stopped to investigate getting out of the jeep. The white spot almost disappeared behind the cactus. The Oryx had dropped its head as low as possible. Just as you would see a whitetail trying to hide. As they got closer, it got up from a laying position and was quickly identified as a bull. Shot fired thru a small window close to shoulder (hit) not good enough to keep the after burners from kicking in. Not finding quickly they returned to the jeep where they found the ranch owner “PAPA” JOE arriving. “PAPA” JOE became Commando “PAPA” JOE when he became the jeep driver with Robert and Richard “his guide” in the high rack. There was no going around cactus, brush, or any tree less than 4”. Once they spotted the Oryx again it was on full bore. Pedal to the metal and shots fired at every feasible opening. Five rounds in a ? mile hit 4 of 5 from neck to butt and two in-between, it finally went down. It will make a beautiful mount but little meat left. A hunt Robert will not forget. My Oryx was less eventful. One of the spotters from a ridge gave us a location of a single Oryx that we needed to check out. Our travel put us on top of a ridge that overlooked the area, and sure enough it was a bull Oryx just below. I was able to get a good shot off. These animals are tough and even with a deadly shot it tried to keep going. Have to say the second follow up missed butit was done and fell shortly thereafter. After the picture taking we were on the hunt for an Addax. Gary Acord with his Scimitar Oryx Robert had already made chase on Addax and most had slipped away. I guess the pressure was off after the success on Oryx. We were to meet at the “Appaloosa”. This was located on the opposite side of the ranch. They kept a supply of “adult beverages” and had a round concrete pool. I would call it a ... Whois

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