I've followed the sheep threads and very much appreciate everyone showing off their mounts, photos and judging experience. I feel like I've been attending a motivational event! Thanks for sharing your experiences.
Hope my questions don't cross the line and kill the mood but could some of you share your tactics? I've read Tony Russ's books and have the Tyvek suit in my pack. I've hunted whitetails for 30+ years and know about scent control. I'll be bowhunting so any tricks to get close would be helpful. I figure an ambush will be my only chance so patterning them is my thought but maybe some of you might have a better idea. I assume patterning sheep is like herding cats so maybe luck is all I can hope for. I drew 140 but after seeing all the posted pictures I may also hunt a little higher elevation on the Haul Rd for my moose this year.