The official organization for the Super Ten, Super 25 and Super Slam of North American big game. For the big game hunter, there is no greater achievement than the Super Slam of North American big game.
To successfully take all 29 animals on the Super Slam list is a goal that many people have labored a lifetime to reach. The Super Slam requires copious amounts of time and a person must travel all over North America, hunting a vast array of terrain all the way from the frozen north for polar bear and muskox down to the deserts of Mexico for the elusive Coues deer and all points in between. No matter which of the 29 animals you hunt, they are all challenging in their own way and require extreme dedication, persistence and rigid attention to detail in order to be successful. If you are a big game hunter and conservationists, then the Super Slam is for you! Check out our website: www.superslam.org
Mission: Grand Slam Club/Ovis is an organization of hunter/conservationists dedicated to improving and perpetuating wild sheep and goat populations worldwide. In March 2001, the Grand Slam Club and Ovis, Inc. merged into one organization and are now known as Grand Slam Club/Ovis. This organization is classified by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization. The purposes and objectives of Grand Slam Club/Ovis are to: •Continue to be the established documentation and records-keeping organization for legally-taken Grand Slams of North American wild mountain sheep, Ovis World Slams of wild sheep of the world, and Capra World Slams of wild goats of the world. •Encourage the use of legally issued permits, tags, and/or licenses for the hunting of wild mountain sheep and goats. •Inform and educate people of the world about wild mountain sheep and goats. •Use financial resources received from membership dues, donations, or fund-raising events to benefit, directly or indirectly, wild mountain sheep and goats by contributing these funds to/through established state, provincial, federal, or governmental game and wildlife agencies or other non-profit wildlife conservation organizations. With nearly 5,000 members worldwide, Grand Slam Club/Ovis comprises a large percentage of the people interested in wild sheep and goat hunting and conservation.
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We are proud to announce our #Youth3 program. Anyone under the age of 18 that successfully hunts 1 horned animal, 1 antlered animal and 1 predator will be recognized at the following years convention.
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The Fall 2019 Super Slam cover went to Matt A. and his huge archery taken polar bear. This bear is Matt’s 27th North American species towards his Super Slam.
The Summer 2019 Super Slam cover went to Don Thompson and his archery taken Sitka Blacktail deer. This buck completed Super Slam # 171 for Don.
The Summer 2019 Slam Quest cover went to Jelindo Tiberti and his huge Roosevelt elk taken on a hunt in Vancouver Island, BC.
Super Slammer Mike Broadwell arrowed this Alaska grizzly bear in May 2017 and made the Spring 2019 Super Slam cover.
Waylon Vipond (left) completed his Super Ten Milestone in October 2018 with this Wyoming pronghorn. There are 29 big game animals found in North America and they break down into 10 separate categories: Bear, Cougar, Deer, Elk, Caribou, Moose, Bison/Muskox, Mountain Goat, Antelope and Sheep. If you take at least one animal from each of these categories, you have achieved the Super Ten of North American Big Game! For more information, check out our website www.slamquest.org
The most recent Super Slam cover of Slam Quest went to Jay Stanford (AK) and his huge self-guided bison taken in March 2018.
The Fall 2018 Super Slam cover of Slam Quest went to Joaquin Arizpe and his Mountain caribou from the Yukon taken in September 2017
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The Fall 2018 Capra cover went to Pedro Ampuero (Spain, right) and his guide Johnny Nikirk and Pedro’s archery taken American Mountain goat from October 2015.
How is everyone’s elk season going? GSCO member Eric Sitzman (left) took this huge New Mexico bull last year towards his Super Ten of North American Big Game. Sitka Gear
Congratulations to Mike Nucci for completing his Super Ten Milestone with this muskox bull from Nunavut taken earlier this month. The hunt reports are rolling in! Sitka Gear
There are 29 animals on the North American Super Slam list. Once a hunter has completed the Super Ten, the next step is the Super 25 where a person takes an additional 15 animals, then the pinnacle is next, the Super Slam. GSCO member David Howton took this grizzly bear in Alaska as his 25 species on the Super Slam list. Grand Slam Club / Ovis
GSCO member Fred Sweisthal took this Rocky Mountain elk in New Mexico last fall. Fred and his great bull made the Summer 2018 Super Slam Cover. KUIU Mathews Archery, Inc.
The Super Ten and Super Slam of North American Big Game offers some of the most diverse and challenging hunts a person can dream of. Where do you stand on your quest for the Super Ten or Super Slam?
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The Spring 2018 Super Slam cover in Slam Quest Magazine with to Erik Rosini and the mountain caribou he took in NWT.
The Diamond Award for the cougar firearm category went to GSCO Member Nick Hoffman (Nick's Wild Ride) for the big tom he got with his handgun in Montana that scored 15 1/16 SCI. An adult mountain lion can kill a deer per week. They are some of North America’s most efficient predators.
Who loves big typical whitetails? GSCO Member William Lauer took the Platinum Award at the 2018 Slam Quest convention for the Whitetail Deer (Typical) category with this Kansas buck scoring 167 3/8 SCI.
The Super Slam awards night at the GSCO Slam Quest convention will be our biggest yet! It's going to be a blast honoring all these amazing hunters for their accomplishments next week.
Only a few more days until the Grand Slam Club / Ovis Slam Quest Convention in Las Vegas! Looking forward to seeing everyone there. Hunting is the Number One Conservation tool.
Wapiti Wednesday: Grand Slam Club/Ovis Life Member Broc Brimhall took this outstanding Rocky Mountain elk and it had an SCI score of 427 1/8 (non-typical). Such an incredible bull!
Mule Deer Monday: Grand Slam Club/Ovis Life Member Chad Lenz with a 200" class buck taken in Alberta.
Grand Slam Club/Ovis member Jeff Schlachter had a successful hunt in September 2016 when he took this 65” Alaska-Yukon moose.
Congratulations to Grand Slam Club/Ovis member Mark Beeler for completing his Archery Super Slam Milestone with this great Canada moose.
Here are the hunts we’re GIVING AWAY at the Grand Slam Club/Ovis Slam Quest convention in Las Vegas January 24-27, 2018: www.superslam.org/convention/raffle-rama
Kolyman Snow Sheep
Two separate Mountain Goats
Chamois in Spain
Two separate Black Bears
Two separate Coues Deer
Wapiti Wednesday: GSCO Life Members Doug and Shelly Sayer with Shelly’s outstand Rocky Mountain elk scoring 416 0/8 SCI (Non-Typical)
How’s this for a TBT: Hal Ward (Grand Slammer # 196) took this amazing Stone sheep on a hunt in BC back in 1962. In an old Grand Slam News Letter Hal wrote: “This hunt (2 hunters) was $45 per day and we took 2 Stone rams, 2 grizzly bears, 2 caribou, 2 mountain goats, an elk and one black bear on the 20 day hunt. Total cost on the entire trip including travel from North Carolina in and out of the Muskwa River camp was $1,625.” Can you imagine what that hunt would cost today???
Whitetail Wednesday: Grand Slam Club/Ovis member Melissa Bachman with one of her archery whitetails. This buck was taken in Montana.
Mule Deer Monday: GSCO member Madison M. drew the Silver State tag in Nevada and took this outstanding mule deer scoring 202 2/8”.
GSCO member Sara Brandenburg completed her Super Ten of North American big game with this Colorado bison. There are 10 categories of North American big game (Bears, cougar, deer, elk, moose, caribou, sheep, antelope, mtn. goat and bison/muskox). Take one animal from each category and you’ve completed the Super Ten! It’s a huge yet certainly obtainable goal.
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GSCO Spokesman and Archery Super Slammer Tom Miranda with his mountain caribou from 2012. Mathews Archery, Inc. Realtree Outdoors®
How did everyone’s bear season go? GSCO member Kyle Hudgins arrowed this Saskatchewan black bear in May 2015.
Whitetail Wednesday: GSCO Member Ty Day arrowed this big Texas buck in November 2013.
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