• Bass Pro Shops Hunting America
  • Bow hunting bull elk with Johnny and John Paul Morris and Pro Archers, 2006, 2006 & 2007
  • Wild New Mexico

Quail Hunting with Man's best friend 2005

Dusky Grouse Hunting the Pecos Wilderness of New Mexico  2007

Valles Caldera Fly Fishing Lessons with SFGC ProGuides & 94 Rock TJ Trout and friends 2008

South Eastern Prairie Chicken Festival, Hay Ranch & SFGC Land Mangement

  • Hunting Lease Magazine Bow Hunting Elk with the SFGC 
  • Hunting Lease Magazine Rifle Hunting Elk with the SFGC 
  • North American Outdoors with Mark Kayser Bow Elk Hunting 
  • American Outdoors "New Mexico Quail"  with Mark Kayser and USA Army Heros  
  • Extreme Pursuits New Mexico Desert Mule Deer with Melissa Bachman and the SFGC ProGuides  
  • Chris Dorsey Outdoors America New Mexico Plains Pronghorn Antelope with the SFGC on the Hay Ranch" 
  • Winchester Legends with Mark Kayser Rifle desert Mule deer 
  • Knight and Hale Hunting the West with Chris Parrish and Steve Stoltz Bow Hunting Elk New Mexico with the SFGC 
  • Chuck Adams RMEF Archery Elk in Western New Mexico with the SFGC
  • Wingshooting America with the "Dog Whisperer" New Mexico Quail and SFGC ProGuide bird dogs - Magpie, Georgia, Happy, Loki and BB.


  • Sports Afield  New Mexico Outdoors in the Sangre de Christo with the SFGC
  • Grouse Point Times & Shooting Sportsmen Magazines each published all three of these articles

 Desert Quail Hunting NM

 Eastern New Mexico Llano Estacado bobwhite and scaled quail hunting

 Dusky Grouse Hunting in the high country of New Mexico


Member of the New Mexico Council of Outfitters and Guides 

  • 20+ years Corporate Member and record of donating as a Select New Mexico Outfitter for the great organizations Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Donor
  • Wild Turkey Foundation Donor
  • Dallas Safari Club Donor
  • Friends of the NRA Donor


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