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    Personally, I think 213 is one of the most underrated sheep units (can a blue chip unit be underrated? ). Booner sheep come out of the unit every year and I just read an article that quoted a biologist to say that all eight rams taken in 2009 made the book. Also in the winter of 2010, a motorist killed 8 sheep at one time, 5 of which were rams, 3 that made the book. Pneumonia has been a really hard on this unit in the last two years though, but at full potential, this is another great unit to consider. And like BB said, the Rock Creek units 210 and 216 are some of the top as well when the herd is healthy. I believe more book rams have come out of Granite County (where 210 and 216 are located) than any other state.

    On another note, it seems to me that the list of B&C rams on the fwp website is fairly incomplete. I know the lone ram that came out of 212 last year went 192" and it's not on the list, as are any of the supposed 8 rams taken in 2009 in 213 that I already mentioned, or another specific 2010 ram that I know of that's not listed either. Anyone know anything about this? Is your inclusion in the records voluntary or something? I wish Montana had a hunter check-out sheet available like Nevada does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSUcat61 View Post
    On another note, it seems to me that the list of B&C rams on the fwp website is fairly incomplete. I know the lone ram that came out of 212 last year went 192" and it's not on the list, as are any of the supposed 8 rams taken in 2009 in 213 that I already mentioned, or another specific 2010 ram that I know of that's not listed either. Anyone know anything about this? Is your inclusion in the records voluntary or something? I wish Montana had a hunter check-out sheet available like Nevada does.
    Just because something would make book doesnt mean its been entered. It has to be officially measured and then you have to pay a fee for it to be in the Boone and Crockett club. I know several people with record book animals that dont want there animal listed in the books.

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