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<h1>Putting the SFGC ProGuides to task perfecting team work, navigation, long range spotting and stalking, marksmanship skill and trophy care all taking place on a new and unfamiliar landscape.</h1>

Putting the SFGC ProGuides to task perfecting team work, navigation, long range spotting and stalking, marksmanship skill and trophy care all taking place on a new and unfamiliar landscape.

<h1>RBK started the hunt taking this buck with a 440 yard dead shot in a driving frog choking eastern New Mexico rain storm</h1>

RBK started the hunt taking this buck with a 440 yard dead shot in a driving frog choking eastern New Mexico rain storm

<h1>Byron followed up in the AM after stalking accurately around and off surrounding deeded lands to a 40 yard shot in the dunes </h1>

Byron followed up in the AM after stalking accurately around and off surrounding deeded lands to a 40 yard shot in the dunes

<h1>The following morning was AWESOME!  We spotted two herds with Pakman and I taking off after the 1st and Lance, T Bone and Gary easing back to allow the 2nd to ease over onto Public land.</h1>

The following morning was AWESOME! We spotted two herds with Pakman and I taking off after the 1st and Lance, T Bone and Gary easing back to allow the 2nd to ease over onto Public land.

<h1>Lance and T Bone made their long range shots - 600 + yards with aimed and practiced precision with Gary watching on with wonderment</h1>

Lance and T Bone made their long range shots - 600 + yards with aimed and practiced precision with Gary watching on with wonderment

<h1>Pakman, Rick and I drove way around to the far sections believing the running herd would end up over there and when we entered the pasture there it was.... hauling butt and leaving the country.  But, just up the fence line stood another Bachelor group of trophies and Pakman dispatched his with an awesome 300 yard shot.</h1>

Pakman, Rick and I drove way around to the far sections believing the running herd would end up over there and when we entered the pasture there it was.... hauling butt and leaving the country. But, just up the fence line stood another Bachelor group of trophies and Pakman dispatched his with an awesome 300 yard shot.

<h1>Hand picked gifts from the Victorinox factory near Lucern,  the latest Swiss hunting knives proved to be very sharp in T Bone and Lances hands.</h1>

Hand picked gifts from the Victorinox factory near Lucern, the latest Swiss hunting knives proved to be very sharp in T Bone and Lances hands.

Chief ProGuide Gary Roybal thought he was going to wake up for a leisurely cruise the following AM but did not realize the plan on hand and after a long navigation into and through Public lands spotted and stalked his killer buck ending with 70 yard shot.
<h1>After Gary's successful radio call "one flat top down", while driving over to provide support, we spotted a bruiser lumbering across a field heading into state land to bed down and after picking up Omar and Dave and after a successful spot, stalk and shots....many,  "another flat top down" was heard on the radio net.</h1>

After Gary's successful radio call "one flat top down", while driving over to provide support, we spotted a bruiser lumbering across a field heading into state land to bed down and after picking up Omar and Dave and after a successful spot, stalk and shots....many, "another flat top down" was heard on the radio net.

Our annual training program for continuing educations on team work, navigation, long range spotting and stalking, marksmanship skill and trophy care all taking place on a new and unfamiliar landscape.

Participants this season included RBK, T Bone, Pakman, Lance Wyatt, Chief SGC guide Gary Roybal, Dave Fuss, Rick Mason, Omar Hanson and the new guy Byron Tafoya. 7 trophy bucks taken out of 9 hunters from ranges of 40 yards with close in stalking and out to just over 600 yards with practiced marksmanship.  This years ProGuide training program was a HIT!

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