What makes a legend in big game hunting circles? Who can qualify? Many times it is a long-standing guide or outfitter who has helped literally hundreds achieve their mountain hunting goals. For example, Legend recipient Pete Jensen who ran the longest running guide service in the history of Yukon hunting; or Mongolian guide Adiya Tundev who has guided more international hunters to huge argalis than anyone alive. It could also be a legendary hunter, such as Legend recipient Francis Bouchard who was the first to document five Grand Slams; or Dr. Robert “Bob” Speegle who after taking his Super Slam with a rifle took up bow hunting (at age 60) and then documented his second Super Slam taken soley by the archery method. A legend award recipient has a stellar reputation and has earned the respect and recognition of the entire industry by demonstrating a lifetime commitment to big game hunting and conservation.