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    Wind river canyon. White ram

    The white bighorn ram was harvested. An unbelievably unique trophy. Congrats to the hunter. I've seen the ram a handful of times. As have many people. He is breathtaking. Wow.

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    Try again with the pic Drelk.

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    Oh. Dang. I'll try again tonite.

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    Wow... really cool!

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    Nice, an albino rocky mountain ?
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    Wow This is truely a sheep of a lifetime. Was this taken in the canyon or north of the canyon?

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    In the canyon. Tribal land.

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    Fantastic trophy! Congratulations to the lucky hunter! Here is a live picture I took on my way home from hunting antelope in 2011.

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    This is NOT a celebratory Event! Killing ANY sheep in that canyon goes against the agreement between the state and the tribe when the STATE used tax payer (non-native) monies to reestablish that sheep herd. That was done with the agreement that NO HUNTING was to take place on the sheep. Tribal Land yes, but the sheep were a product of State money & projects. That Ram was poached ladies and gentlemen... Tribal Laws or not!

 

 

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