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    Big Montana sheep

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    A buddy from high school found this today near Anaconda. Would love to see what he tapes out at.
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    Curl for days!
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    Montana: Where the rams get so big, they die of old age.
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    More like pneumonia
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    Awesome find!


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    Woa…. I'd love to see a better pic.
    I'm not a sheep guy but I want to be.

    What do you call that (a one and a quarter curl)??????
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    It was a pic of an Anaconda ram back in the early 1980's that got me stirred up to sheep hunt. I've applied for MT sheep ever since.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    It was a pic of an Anaconda ram back in the early 1980's that got me stirred up to sheep hunt. I've applied for MT sheep ever since.
    That's really cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by OregonJim View Post
    What do you call that (a one and a quarter curl)??????
    Yeah no kidding. The inside circumference looks pretty big too, so I can hardly imagine how long those curls measure. Plus the rams in this unit traditionally have great bases which combined with the great mass he holds to the end...
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