At last years Outdoor Experience 4 All banquet my lucky 8 year old boy won a hunt to Dutton Ranch here in Arizona. “Right after he won our Africa hunt!” We were able to go on the hunt last Tuesday. They were great people and the guide was really good with Alex. We blessed to looked over many different animals. I never knew there was place like this in Arizona. I was a little apprehensive at first not knowing anything about this type of hunting. It was a rainy day and mild temperatures and was looking to be a fun day playing in the mud. We were really after a pig of 300 pounds or less just for the meat. That was what Alex had won. When Alex seen this ram he really wanted to shoot it. I really liked the look of the ram myself. My number one hunt I always dreamed of was a Dall sheep hunt. With the current prices of a Dall sheep I really do not believe I could ever justify one. Especially after three failed attempts to even go on a Dall sheep hunt. “That a whole different story for sure.” Since we are going to Africa “hopefully” at the end of July I really wanted to try to save money for that hunt so I thought the ram would be to expensive. We kinda kept looking for a pig but returning to looking at this beautiful ram. I finally asked Alex’s guide how much that ram would cost? When he told me I thought might as well get something we could have to remember Alex’s first hunt. After all I had been through trying to get a Dall sheep we might as well let Alex get a Texas Dall. After deciding that we would try to get this ram we needed to move around him for a shot. Once we got over to where Alex could shoot. The ram turned facing away from us. I think that actually helped out and get Alex a little more comfortable for the shot. When the ram gave Alex the shot he did not hesitate and made a perfect shot taking out the top of the Rams heart. Thankfully the guide was able to film the shot. I hope you enjoyed the read. Thank you.