Joseph Hosmer, President Safari Club International Foundation (SCI Foundation), announced Monday that the SCI Foundation has partnered with the Fort Belknap Indian Community Council and Bud Martin at Redbone Outfitting to auction off a one-hunter Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep hunt.
This auction will offer the winner an extremely rare opportunity to hunt a Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep from the world-renown Missouri River Breaks of Montana. The Missouri Breaks is known for its extraordinarily large rams, some of the biggest in North America. This is the first time in years that the Fort Belknap Indian Community is allowing a sheep hunt.
The 7-day hunt can take place anytime between November 10, 2014 and December 31, 2014. Any method of take is allowed, but rifle is preferred. The hunt includes a license/tag from the Fort Belknap Indian Community, two guides, meals and lodging at Redbone Outfitting’s Zortman facility for the duration of the 7-day hunt. The hunter is responsible for transportation to and from the lodge. Additional days can be added through Redbone Outfitting for an additional charge. Contact Redbone Outfitting for details on the price.
For more information about the hunt contact Mr. Bud Martin at Redbone Outfitting at (406) 370-5419 or Mr. Jon Wemple at (406) 369-1771
ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT CONSERVATION EFFORTS OF THE FORT BELKNAP INDIAN COMMUNITY AND SCI FOUNDATION.
This will be an online auction held from Tuesday September 23, 2014 until Sunday October 12, 2014.
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