"Adam " is newly wed and has a new job with the police force . He is out of circulation for a spell !
As for me I am about to be covered up with spring doings . When the grass starts growing I get mowing .
Otherwise I would love to come check out your range and grill some steaks and swill some brews , all after shooting of course !
Do give me a call Edddybo , it will be easier to exchange info on the phone and you will think of more questions to ask while talking .
Scott and I also had a " guide " with us that is a friend of Scotts from elk hunting in New Mexico . The man is a top elk guide but his tactics werent the ones to use for the Oryx . By day two we had figured out a good game plan and things went much better .
Since you are going to go to all the trouble to get down there for the oryx hunt you should consider doing wht we did . Go Aoudad ( barbary sheep ) hunting on a private ranch after your gemsbok hunt . A ton of fun and they can be hunted year round and license are available over the counter . About three hundred for the license and then whatever the rancher wants for hunting but you can roam cross country in your truck to locate the animals and can hunt from your 4 wheeler as well . Lots of glassing and from the high ridges and great weather in ( February ) not so sure about August . That reminds me , I said we went in Sept. , man !! my memory is not like it useta was ! We went in February . Sorry bout that .
The game and fish offices in that part of New Mexico keep a list of ranchers that allow tresspass hunting for a fee .
Goldurn it , just thinking about it makes me want to do it again !!
Holler at me EB ,