Just wanted to share my buddy Josh and my sheep hunt. I dont have much time just got back and heading back out guideing. We started hiking on the morning of the 9th. Saw 4 rams on the morning 10th way to far off to tell how big but new they were rams. By 8pm that night we got up on the ridge and saw the 4 rams way down in the creek bottom feeding. 3 of the 4 rams were legal and no way to stalk them where they were. So We headed back to are tent for the night. We woke early on the 11th and hiked back to where we saw them last. We didnt end up finding the rams till 6pm. They were in a tuff location but we were able to get to 330yds. My buddy Josh had first choice and chose the old double broomed ram. It took him 4 shots and one in the horn. The first shot would have killed it but we couldnt tell where he was hit. Once we new his ram was done i set up on my ram. He had only moved 30 yards and was standing there trying to figure out what was going on. I couldnt get a shot laying down, there was to many rocks in the way so i got a steady rest from my knees and let him have it. I put him down with one perfect shot. I was due, my last 2 sheep it took me 8 shots total. It took us 2 1/2 days to hike out. My ram was 38 1/2 x 13 7/8 an 1 1/2 past full curl on the left and 35 7/8 x 13 7/8 broomed on the left and was 9 years old. Its my biggest ram so far. Josh's ram was his first. It was double broomed 31 5/8 x 13 5/8 and was 11 years old. The tip of the one horn was just over 6 inchs around. All you sheep hunters know how tuff it can be mentally and physically but it is always worth it in the end. Good luck to everyone on the rest of the season. Hopefully ill have more successfull hunts to post.