Welcome to SCI Tampa

Welcome to SCI Tampa


President's Message

Hello All,


I hope this finds every safe and well. It seems the panic of covid19 is now in full swing, and like it or not, we are in for some major changes. As hunters we are greatly impacted if any of us are hoping to travel. It's been reported that South Africa closed their boarders to anyone traveling there from a covid19 infected area, which includes the United States. So, if any of you have an African safari planned you really need to stay in touch with your outfitter.

Then a day later it was reported that anyone from the Untied States flying into Argentina would be quarantine for 14 days, so again if you are headed south, please check with your outfitter before heading out. It seems that travel restrictions are changing almost by the hour now.

Our First special drawing of the year continues and I was hoping to sell all the tickets before our next monthly dinner, in April, but with all the concerns over covid19 I was forced to postpone the dinner. We are getting close to selling out the tickets, so if they do sell out, I will wait and hold the drawing at the next monthly dinner as soon as we can schedule one. Remember the drawing is for something truly special for our birds hunters or something thinking about bird hunting or shooting clays. It is a CZ-USA Classic Hammered 12 gauge side by side. A truly unique and hard to find shotgun. You wont want to miss a chance at this one. Tickets are now on sale. 

For tickets for any of our drawing - please go to:


Why Safari Club International

 "No matter what your pursuit, or where your travels take you to hunt, Safari Club International is there fighting for your right to hunt. Come joins us and help support Safari Club International and your local chapter."

Thanks for your support, see you at our events

SCI, First for Hunting. 

Jimmy Moreland, 

Chapter President

SCI Tampa Officers

 Frank Ball
​Kent Dils
Brian Dorion
Chuck Elzer
Clark Hunt
Gerald Keller
Jimmy Moreland
Michele Moreland
​Mary Lynn West



The Safari Club International (SCI) Mission Statement is to Protect and Preserve our hunting heritage through wildlife conservation, education, legislative, and humanitarian efforts.  The SCI uses the following programs to achieve this end:

  • Teacher Education
  • Youth Hunter Education
  • Sportsmen Against Hunger - Feeding the Less Fortunate
  • Sensory Safari for the Blind
  • Wounded Warrior Programs
  • Safari Care - Meeting Humanitarian Needs through books, medical supplies, and personal items

SCI Hunter Code of Ethics


  • To conduct myself in the field so as to make a positive contribution to wildlife and ecosystems
  • To improve my skills as a woodsman and marksman to ensure humane harvesting of wildlife
  • To comply with all game laws, in the spirit of fair chase, and to influence my companions accordingly
  • To accept my responsibility to provide all assistance to game law enforcement officers
  • To waste no opportunity to teach young people the full meaning of this code of ethics.
  • To reflect in word and deed only credit upon the fraternity of sportsmen
  • To demonstrate abiding respect for game and property, where I am privileged to hunt


Arctic Rtic 30 oz cups engraved with the SCI logo. They come in black or pink and the proceeds go to benefit the the AWLS participants we send to Jackson Wyoming. By purchasing one of these cups you are helping our chapter to send more people to AWLS.