Come see us on January 9-12th in Sacramento, CA and in Denver, CO on January 16-19th. On display will be some of the largest deer heads in the country with stories about their unique history.

Roger Selner has managed the tour for nearly 30 years, put on over two million miles and interacts with over 250,000 people a year. He’s found more “hidden treasures” (huge mule deer) in old barns, basements, garage sales, dumpsters and bars than anyone else in the world. People come from hundreds of miles just to get a glance of these world-class trophies. Don’t miss your chance to see these outstanding deer in person and meet with Roger!

Guy Eastman will also be lecturing at both locations, plus Salt Lake City on March 13-16th. He’ll share with you over 29 years of hunting experience that has taken him across the world and all of North America. This vital information is only available first hand at the shows and will make you a more successful western trophy hunter.

Tour dates and locations. Click the link for additional International Sportsmen’s Expositions information and online ticket purchases.:

Sacramento, CA – Jan. 9-12
Denver, CO – Jan. 16-19
Colorado Spring, CO – Jan. 24-26
Grand Junction, CO – Jan. 31- Feb. 2
Las Vegas, NV – Feb. 7-9
Phoenix, AZ – Feb 20-23
Farmington, NM – Feb. 28 – March 2
Cheyenne, WY – March 7-9
Salt Lake City, UT – March 13-16
Missoula, MT – March 22-23
Kennewick, WA – March 28-30
Portland, OR – April 4-6
Wenatchee, WA – April 11-13
Helena, MT – May 2-4

About Guy Eastman, Editor-In-Chief

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Following in the footsteps of his father, Guy has taken up the reins and is now at the helm of the Eastmans’ Hunting Journal and the Eastmans’ Bowhunting Journal. A fine hunter in his own right, Guy has taken several trophy animals and has become an expert in trophy hunting as well.

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  1. Always a treat to see such wonderful deer. Roger is awesome and will share his knowledge with you.

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