Application season has got me pretty excited and I thought I'd share some pics that I took last year. I guess if you don't draw a tag you can still shoot em with a camera. These are in Nevada, Unit 263, south of Vegas.
There were fifteen rams total. I was able to sneak up to em in their beds. Unfortunately, once they all stood up, I could never get a clear pic of the rams separately as they all just bunched up together. I remember that the biggest one didn't even show up my pics. Oh well.
Next time you go out there can you paint the one on the far right bright orange and mark him with my brand. I probably will be able to draw a tag in about 28 years.
I'll take the 3rd one from the left... Ready ....
Great pics. I need to start building points for sheep.
Nice pics, Hopefully I get lucky to draw one of these years.
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Bringing this one back to the top, because I drew this tag with 4 points!! Woohoo!!!
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Blast from the past! When I took those pics the wife and baby were in the truck. Baby was a month old! I was standing next to the truck. The hard part of the hunt is going to be patience! And learning how to judge sheep well. Start your research now
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