Don’t miss this online extravaganza scheduled for January 25-February 1.
Like so many hunting organizations this year, Grand Slam Club/OVIS was forced to cancel its in-person convention because of COVID concerns. But this sheep-centric organization is still celebrating convention week with an incredible lineup of online auctions, raffles, and events. GSCO’s virtual extravaganza is slated for January 25 to February 1, and if you haven’t done so yet, you’ll want to sign up now so you’re ready to bid on some of the amazing hunting adventures and gear on offer. (Click here: https://auctions.slamquest.org/auctionlist.aspx.)
Be sure to take a peek at the auction catalog, showcasing a huge array of hunting trips, including hunts for Spanish ibex, African plains game, grizzly, ibex, chamois, and tur; high-end scopes and rifles, taxidermy, fine jewelry, and much more. Several desert sheep hunts as well as a tag for a desert sheep in the Navajo nation and a Wyoming Shiras moose governor’s permit are also on the auction block. Auctions will be held daily from Wednesday, January 27, to Saturday, January 30. On Monday, February 1, the lucky winners of incredible raffle prizes ranging from Dall sheep hunts to elk hunts will be drawn.
The organization will also hold awards presentations Wednesday through Saturday of convention week, with hunters from around the world honored for achieving hunting milestones. Awards include the Super Ten, Super 25, and Super Slam Awards, as well as the Grand Slam, Ovis and Capra World Slams, the Rex Baker Super 40, and many more.
Grand Slam Club/Ovis is a 501(C)(3) organization of hunter/conservationists dedicated to improving and perpetuating wild sheep and goat populations worldwide, as well as North American big game. For full details on GSCO’s 17th annual Hunter & Outfitter Convention Week, visit slamquest.org.