Joel Latham - USA Agent
3409 Redstone Drive
Arlington, TX 76001-6507
5 Feather Wing-Shooting: Dove, Pigeon, Perdiz, Giant Perdiz, Duck Fly Fishing - Bariloche Trout Fishing-Tierra del Fuego Free Ranging Red Stag, Fallow Deer, Mouflon, Blackbuck, Black Face Sheep, Water Buffalo Dove-Father Son Daughter AZERBIJAN
Dagestan Tur BRAZIL
PEACOCK BASS FISHING CAMEROON
Lord Derby Eland, Western Roan, Western Buffalo, Lion, Bushbuck, Kob, CANADA
Alberta-Rocky Mtn. Bighorn Alberta-Waterfowl, Whitetail, Mule Deer, Coyote British Columbia - Stone Sheep, Elk, Moose, Grizzly, Black Bear, Caribou, Goat British Columbia Roosevelt Elk and Black Bear Ontario Wolf Quebec-Caribou, Ptarmigan and Fish Saskatchewan - Black Bear and Waterfowl Yukon-Dall Sheep, Moose, Caribou, Grizzly YUKON-Y - Stone Sheep, Grizzly, Moose, Caribou, Wolf EUROPE
Roe, Fallow, Red Deer; 4 Types Chamois; Bison; Alpine Ibex; Wild Boar and Mouflon GREENLAND
Musk Ox, Reindeer Combo Reindeer GUINEA
Dwarf Red Buffalo, Zebra, Yellow backed, Maxwell, Grey or Red Flanked Duiker, Oribi, Waterbuck ICELAND
Reindeer, Geese, Ptarmigan, Puffin, Guillermont, Razorbill KYRGYZ REPUBLIC
Marco Polo, Mid-Asian Ibex MEXICO
Desert Bighorn Sheep El Carmen Island and Sonora, Duck and Deep Sea Fishing Ocellated Turkey-Carlos Cano Cruz Camp Red and Gray Brocket Deer, Ocellated turkey, Curassow, Crested Guan, Coati Mundi, Collard and White Lipped Peccaries, Tinamu, Chachalaca Goulds Turkey Bobwhite Quail, Whitewing Dove, Ducks, Geese, Black Bass Fishing MONGOLIA
Altai, Hangai, Gobi Argali, Ibex, Roedeer, Maral Stag MOZAMBIQUE
BUFFALO, ELEPHANT, LEOPARD, RHINO, HIPPO, LION AND PLAINS GAME NAMIBIA
NAMIBIA Kudu, Oryx, Eland, Waterbuck, Giraffe, Impala, Red Hartebeest, Burchell Zebra, Black & Blue Wildebeest, Blesbok, Springbuck, Steenbok, Duiker, Elephant, Hippo, Crocodile, Leopard NAMIBIA Leopard NAMIBIA-Leopard, Plains Game, Excellent Accommodations NEPAL
Bharal (Himalayan Blue Sheep), Tahr NEW ZEALAND
Red Stag, Tahr, Chamois, Fallow Deer Red Stag, Tahr, Chamois, Whapiti, Whitetail, Boar, Goats, Rams PAKISTAN
Blandford, Punjab Urial; Sindh, Himalayan Ibex; Blue Sheep, Astor Markhor, Sulaiman Markhor RUSSIA
Kuban (Western) and Mid-Caucasian TurCapercaillie and Black-cock Wapiti and Ibex Combo Siberian Roe Deer Siberian Brown Bear Brown Bear Hunt on Oat Fields Himalayan Bear Kamchatka Brown Bear Giant Kamchatka Moose Snow Sheep: Kamchatka, Koryak, Solyma, Okhotsk, Yakutsk and Brown Bear SOUTH AFRICA-t-BIG 3
BIG 3 - RHINO, LION, BUFFALO South Africa z
White Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant, White Blesbuck, Bushbuck SOUTH AFRICA
Elephant, Buffalo, Plains Game SOUTH AFRICA - FREE RANGE
Fair Chase-Plains Game, Big Game SPAIN
4 Types Ibex; 2 Types Chamois; Red, Fallow, Roe Deer; Mouflon, Barbary Sheep TAJIKISTAN
Marco Polo Sheep-Mid Asian Ibex TANZANIA
Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Plains Game TURKEY
Bezoar & Hybred Bezoar Ibex,Anatolian Chamois,Red & Roe Deer,Konya Sheep,Boar U.S.A.
ALASKA - DALL SHEEP,MOOSE, GRIZZLY, CARIBOU ALASKA - Coastal Brown Bear-David River ALASKA-Moose, Artic, Interior,Coastal Grizzly, Dall Sheep, Trapline Adventure ALASKA - Dall Sheep, Moose, Grizzly and Black Bear ALASKA-Brown Bear on Alaskan Peninsula ALASKA - Fish for Rainbows, Grayling, Artic Char, Shee Fish and Northern pike COLORADO-Elk, Buffalo, Yak IDAHO- Bear, Elk, Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Mountain Lion, Steelhead Fishing, Fly Fishing, Turkey, Wing shooting and Corporate Retreats MONTANA-Mule Deer and Antelope NEW MEXICO- Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Cougar NEW MEXICO-B-Elk, Antelope, Oryx, and Couse Deer NEW MEXICO-Q-Elk, Mule Deer, Mountain Lion NEW MEXICO-R-Elk, Mule Deer, Angelope, Aoudad OHIO-Whitetail, Elk TEXAS-Mule Deer, Blue Quail TEXAS and NEW MEXICO-Mule Deer, Antelope, Aoudad, Predators, Axis Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Scaled Quail TEXAS - Aoudad Sheep, Nalgai TEXAS-Antelope, White tail, Mule Deer, Aoudad Sheep UTAH - Mountain Lion
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have endeavored to include the things that we have learned and what we would want to see if
planning our own High Mountain Hunt. The ever-changing world of hunting requires
diligent attention to detail, the size of which could fill a book. We have attempted and have
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Why choose me and my team? I have traveled to sixty-one countries of the world, and most roads weren't paved. I have hunted with some of the best and a few of the worst. I am Life Member #93 of the Wild Sheep Foundation (formerly Foundation for North American Wild Sheep) and served as Treasurer and Vice-President. I served as Chairman of the Budget, Audit, and Investment Committees, am presently on the Records Committee and the Ethics Committee of The Boone and Crockett Club and am an Official Measurer and also an Official Measurer with S.C.I.
I was a Charter Member and President of the Texas Chapter of the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep (now Texas Bighorn Society). I am a Life Member of the Dallas Safari Club, Houston Safari Club, Safari Club International, Wild Sheep Foundation, Texas Bighorn Society and the National Rifle Association. For twenty years, I was a name at Lloyds of London. I’ve been thrown, bitten, kicked, shot, whipped, humbled and occasionally wrong. I’m here to help you, and I’m not with the government. I know how the rubber meets the road and have personally experienced transporting and packing my own string of horses, outfitted, guided, cooked and backpacked for six or eight hunters for weeks. I have spent over fifty years gathering information through other hunters and travelers. I have been blessed by paying for my share of overpriced camping trips delivered by unreliable
hunting outfitters, and I have shared a fire with some of the best in the premier places of the world. "Good judgment comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment". Wisdom is
the reward for listening over a lifetime. When you choose High Mountain Hunts, all this experience is
included in the price. I am qualified to give advice on the subject.
Lee Shetler is Vice President of Marketing. Lee majored in Criminal Justice and started his career in Law Enforcement with the Dallas County Sheriff's Dept. before moving to the Arlington Texas Police Dept. where he worked for over 31 years. He retired from the Arlington Texas Police Department after a combined 34 years in Law Enforcement. As a career Law Enforcement Officer he worked as a Detention Officer, Communications Officer, Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Vice & Narcotics Officer and as a Supervisor in the Patrol & Burglary Division. He maintained expert marksman classification with both agencies. He has hunted in over a dozen states & four Canadian Provinces where he has completed seven hunts. He has completed two African Safaris, to Mozambique & South Africa & while in Mozambique harvested all animals on his list with a muzzleloader rifle. He has also hunted in South America and several Mexican states. Hunting is his passion though a few would argue that it is his obsession. Lee says that he is "obsessed with his passion." He was a founding member of the Underwater Search and Recovery Team for the Dallas County Sheriff's Dept. and currently holds a Senior Advanced Scuba Certification thru PADI and a Sportsman Diver Certification thru NAUI. He is well versed in Global Rescue and emergency security evacuations for crisis, war or natural disasters and field rescues for those who need hospitalization. He has first aid and CPR certifications. As you can see from his extensive law enforcement training, expert marksmanship skills and experience in search and rescue, he will be a valuable asset to any of our clients wishing to have him accompany them on their hunting treks anywhere in the world. Lee is a member of the Arlington Sportsman Club, Dallas Safari Club, NRA, Boone and Crockett Club, Wild Sheep Foundation, Texas Trophy Hunters Association and is a Life Member of the Texas Bighorn Society.
Start with a dream. Reach for the sun and should you miss, you will still end up among the stars.
Prepare for making that dream a reality. One should strive to have an excellent agent, an excellent area to hunt,
an excellent outfitter, an excellent guide and a commitment from all involved.
In the order of their importance:
- start with a dream
- choose High Mountain Hunts as your agents - EXPERIENCE COUNTS!
- prepare your body and its endurance for whatever you might incur
- be committed
- choose the right equipment
- go now as your physical abilities will diminish. You are not getting any younger. It’s caused by too
many birthday cakes!
CHOOSE THE RIGHT AGENT! Excellent reputations are expensive, but bad ones are just as expensive. If a
hunter goes to another country, an intelligent one must rely on the advice of an experienced agent. I’ve never
learned anything more important than to be smarter! Choose High Mountain Hunts as your agent.
ENDURANCE Endurance is all about you and your physical and mental abilities. If you love yourself, resolve to be
healthier. Plan to hunt and get in High Mountain Hunting shape and stay that way. It’s the most important
thing you can do for yourself and your family. Your objective should be to increase your odds of successfully
harvesting your trophy and the enjoyment of the adventure. We suggest that you consider signing up with Global Rescue. You can do so by clicking on the Global Icon above.
COMMITMENT Many, many times success has come on the last day and hour of the hunt. Stay positive and
engaged to the end if necessary. If you are not in or can not obtain High Mountain Hunting condition, visit
me. I should have some answers.
When High Mountain Hunting, to enjoy your adventure one must be able to
adapt and improvise.
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