You can still find this information on the CPW's website. Granted it does not provide coordinates but it does give descriptions like a certain basin of the unit that is reported.Colorado Fish and Wildlife used to have maps and locations for every sheep killed available to view in the Denver office. This was during the mid '80s when I hunted Bighorns. Hunters were required to report this the information. Maps were divided into the 3 different seasons. Suggest you contact them and find out if they are still available to view. This was very helpful information.
I just hunted an archery ram tag in S32. I think over two seasons there were 10 tags and 3 guys I think tagged out. Not sure what unit GMU 81 is regarding sheep units but a guy could look up the success rates there.I was within bow range of a group of rams Sept 3rd unit 81. Two very mature full curl rams in the group. We had staring contest for about 3 minutes and then they decided to keep feeding and I continued summitted the mountain and ate lunch. They never left. I heard this tag is in the 180k range. Maybe when I retired I can take my lump sum out of my PRA and kill one, but just doesn't feel much like hunt when they are not even worried. What is so coveted about this hunt? Just curious. Looking forward to seeing what your hunt yields.
So you didn't tag out? Well if you ever get a tag in unit 81 I can help you find a heard that will damn near let you pet them. I do appreciate the insight on where sheep live. I hope you get the chance to do so again.I just hunted an archery ram tag in S32. I think over two seasons there were 10 tags and 3 guys I think tagged out. Not sure what unit GMU 81 is regarding sheep units but a guy could look up the success rates there.
Sheep live in beautiful country, there aren't a lot of them, tags are hard to draw. If I can figure out a way to hunt them again, I will.