Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures

Signature Hunting

Alaska Reindeer Alaskan Reindeer

Travel to an area that Jim calls, “the most beautiful place that almost no one gets to see” to pursue reindeer that have antlers which must be seen to believed. This hunt takes place in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska and features trophy reindeer with antlers that can reach over 500 SCI points.

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African Plains Game African Plains Game

If you’ve never been to the “Dark Continent”, you are missing out on one of the most enjoyable experiences in the hunting universe. Our plains game location in the Eastern Cape is perfect for the first time hunter to Africa – great lodging, plentiful game and activities for non-hunting spouses or guests.

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Argentina Red Stag Argentina Red Stag

Head to Argentina during the peak of the red stag roar for some of the best free range red stag hunting anywhere on the planet. Clients will also be able to hunt black buck antelope as well as a number of other big game species in addition to enjoying world famous wing shooting and Argentinian cuisine and wine.

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Canadian Trophy WhitetailsEva 2

Head to Saskatchewan in pursuit of the giant whitetails that made this province famous. Bucks in the 160-230 SCI range with bodies pushing 300 lbs roam our 1000 acre ranch - come up and esperience the kind of hunt all deer hunters dream of.

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Newfoundland Moose Newfoundland Moose

There are lots of places in Newfoundland to hunt moose that are much cheaper, but none that are better for clients looking for trophy class Eastern Canadian moose. Our average moose will go in the mid 40’s and every year a few over the 50” mark will be taken in this “moose mecca” of the east which is only accessible to our clients via helicopter.

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