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    Default well, one rams dead

    second day out, killed a 8 year old double broomed/broken ram. 460 yards. was cold...cold. ice hail snow and sleet. even saw the sun a couple times. coldest aug sheep hunt i can remember. no pictures cause i can't figure out how to load a pic from a iphone...was nice not to see planes buzzing around looking at sheep this year...lol
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    Congratulations, i'm jealous. 460 is a heck of a shot. what gun you shoot? 22 days and im flying in for moose, wish it was sheep. Nothing beats sheep hunting.

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    Did you get to carry your old 416 that makes you butt look big?
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    I carried my 10 mm pistol and everything beats sheep hunting. Lol
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    Saw a pic on Rokslide from kaboku68. Nice ram from Ultima Thule's area.

    http://www.rokslide.com/forums/showt...w-Ultima-Thule

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    Congrats!
    now - for photos... you have to be smarter than the phone. looking forward to seeing them soon. Maybe in a couple of days I will have a different sort of animal to post photos of.
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    I am stuck in Fairbanks at teacher staff development. Paul sent me that picture of his client's first sheep of the year. I am a bit older then that hunter. I am heading in during first week in September to take advantage of labor day break.


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    What year did you leave the CRB?

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    We are some ways still there- just Summers. Not long and I will be back full time.

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    Way to go Jake. 460 yds, that is one awesome shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    second day out, killed a 8 year old double broomed/broken ram. 460 yards. was cold...cold. ice hail snow and sleet. even saw the sun a couple times. coldest aug sheep hunt i can remember. no pictures cause i can't figure out how to load a pic from a iphone...was nice not to see planes buzzing around looking at sheep this year...lol
    Are you hunting for yourself Jake, or was that a hunter of yours that killed the ram?
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Gorgeous ram! Congrats

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    it was a client, a non resident hunter....oh great. gonna get banned from here now...
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    Gorgeous Ram...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    it was a client, a non resident hunter....oh great. gonna get banned from here now...
    You just might..... good thing you didn't fly over a couple sheep on your way to camp or you would be for sure...!!!
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Naw, he's safe. Jake's a "good" guide...he lives here.
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    We got one also. Great hunt.

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    way to go, Jake! We got one too, opening day. put me back home 3 days early as a result. Woohoo!

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    I hear this guide is great.
    http://alaska-bearhunting.com/
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    He is great and that funny looking double broomed on his web site is mine, well partly mine. Jake is part owner as he got me to him about 1/2 hour before some others, who were coming up the other side of the mountain. Jake I am looking for a stock for your 338 down here, will let you know if I find one.

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