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2016 Season Hunting Photos
Axis Deer Herd Video
Recent Successful Hunts
A few photos from the last few months at Rancho Vedado
Marine Veteran says “I Shall Return” and He Does Great
Our 88 year-old veteran, Corporal Tom Scott from Lancaster, PA, returns to Vedado to attempt a 4-animal sweep and SUCCEEDS!
He bagged a Persian sheep, an Addax, a Sika deer, and a Scimitar Horned Oryx (waiting on photo of Oryx).
Miracle at New Tree
Little Kev (Keopp) and Grandad shot a nice whitetail at a great blind we call New Tree. After the first shot, the buck got up and ran. Several of us (guides included) and Gus the dog tracked this deer for hours and into the next day with no luck. Three days later, Kev and Kev were back in the blind when the same buck arrived at the same blind…. UNBELIEVABLE !
Notice the wound across the neck (the first shot). All is well that ends well. Well done Kev!
2014 Hunting Photos
HUGE Birds Harvested This Year!!
Huge birds were harvested this year, including one 30 lb. Rio Grande Turkey (confirmed) by Louisiana hunter “Tedro” Teddy Baham. Also, a 26 lb., and two others in the 22 lb. range were all taken during opening week. All in all, our best season, with many Rios left for next year!
World War Two Marine Vet Takes Two Trophies at Rancho Vedado
Retired Marine Corporal Tom Scott, 87, of Wrightsville, Virginia, blessed our presence during a non-native hunt. Tom harvested a Blackbuck antelope and a Mouflon without missing a beat.
Mr. Scott served in Okinawa and was later deployed to Tinching, China, where his battalion accepted the surrender of munerous Japanese soldiers. Tom noted that the Japanese would not surrender to Chinese nationals, but would surrender to American soldiers. Corporal Scott also said that when Chinese collaborators were found, the nationals beheaded them.
We appreciate our Veterans, and will never forget their sacrifices. Thanks Tom!!