Good Afternoon All, I just got back from hunting on the Rockin G Ranch with our very own Gizmo from AH. The hunt was for Coyotes and other pests that inhabit the pan handle of Texas. I drove up from Houston with a friend of mine Sunday morning and met Erik(Gizmo) and Chuck(Mekaniks) in Turkey, TX. We followed Gizmo out to the ranch, along the way I was very impressed with the real estate, lots of rolling hills and green grass, not the Amarillo I was expecting. We pulled through the gate and the lodge looked great, sets on high ground over looking fields and long draws, beautiful. We unloaded our gear and Gizmo made a great lunch, and we took a ride around the ranch. View from the back porch of the lodge. View from a bluff on the Rockin G Sheep section. Deep and steep, perfect for sheep, not for a fat boy. We went out and called that evening until dark, Gizmo and Mekaniks had a couple dogs come in but no shots. Shelby and I walked down into a draw and called till dark with no luck. There may have been a critter coming in and turned around when they seen me swatting mosquitos like a windmill. NOTE: Remember thermacell next hunt. We went back to the lodge and Gizmo whipped up a fine meal of Texas Dall backstrap and Rocky Mountain Oysters, well Turkey Texas Oysters(Sheep Balls). Erik went above and beyond to make us feel at home and fed us like kings. After supper we decided to go do a little night hunting, this was where it got epic, running around the ranch like a bunch of kids shooting rabbits and raccoons. We all had a blast and gave Erik a new past time. If he posts a deal for a Rockin G Rabbit Safari, JUMP ON IT! Rabbit Safari(no rabbits were harmed in the making of this report) Day 2 We kind of over slept after getting in at 2am the night before, we had breakfast and were out the door by the crack of 10. We were over on a section of ground that holds the sheep and goats, there are some beautiful exotics on his ranch. A Texas Dall really peaked my interest and we started hunting a Dall. We walked all over the section and couldn't locate them again until that evening. We spotted the sheep and moved down into a location for a shot. Below is the result of a 264 WM on a Texas Dall. Very pretty animal. We followed this up with another night of running around the ranch in the middle of the night busting Jack Rabbits with high power rifles and having a blast. I had a great time with these guys, it took all of about 15 minutes to feel like I've known them for years and would not hesitate to call them my friends. Erik runs a first class operation, his plans on the horizon are going to be great when he gets them accomplished. If you are looking for a stress free place to go get away and have one hell of a time, the Rockin G Ranch is a good option. Thanks Guys for a Great A Great Time!