GRIN and GRIPS!!!

evan williams

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Well every other species is getting this category so I thought that I would get the ball rolling here!

Let's see them all!! Whether is Stones, Dall, Desert, Big Horn, etc lets see some CURLS!!!
 
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david long

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Bill,

I love that first pic!

Tell Milleg to post up a few pics of his critters!
 

Jdog

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Derby, KS
my favorite...

my favorite pic of him...old broomer. One of his molars fell out as I caped him.

 

Jdog

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jdog....look at the spread on him!!!! What a DALL!!!
Yes indeed, nice wide spread on that old guy. He had been pushed outta the main group of mature rams and was with a bunch of young boys. I actually overlooked this guy initially until I got to about 1000 yards and realized he was broomed. He has some good mass at 14.5" bases and scores pretty well. He was an old bugger...just the ones I like! It was my second DIY dall hunt and second harvest. I am due again and am headed back this fall...chasing the white mtn ghosts...does it get better?
 

Jdog

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definitely Luke. If we can make it work I would love to have a beer with ya! Its gonna be a late sheep hunt...late Aug/early Sep.
 

luke moffat

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I just might be around depending on scheduling and what not and how successful I am in my early hunts, keep in touch for sure.
 
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I really want to go back and get a Dall with my bow. I tried last year and went down to the last night trying to get close enough to maKe it happen. With about 1.5 of daylight left, he got a bullet.
 

Dlove

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Danbury, Tx
Sheep

My wife's Wood River Ram from this past August and my son's West Texas Auodad from this past weekend. Little guy put in over 8 miles in 90+ degree heat.
 

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