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    Default Sheep Hunting: Post a Pic "ANY" Pic

    Taking a break from sorting through all my sheep gear. Sitting at the puter in my new Lowas getting them broke in for the upcoming hunt...obviously sheep hunting is on the mind. Only thing that stinks about drawing this Delta management tag is I can't be out on the 8th glassing for sheep. I drew the second season...oh well, the days are flying by and my time will be here soon enough.

    Anyhow, because I know this is on so many of our minds wanted to get a few pics going. Post a pic of your past sheep hunts. It can be anything and does not need to be a trophy pic.








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    Default One More

    The obligatory meat pic...


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    DCUA - 02 - 2nd hunt - 3rd wk in Sept - good luck

    not sure if images uploaded

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    Default one more try

    perhaps I had too many images stored?
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    Default I'll Play

    Had to give up my sheep hunt this year to take the wife on a 40 mile herd fly-in for Bou. But I still have sheep fever. These are from last year. Ummmmmmm, sheep steaks.
    Steve



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    Default Some for next year

    Here is a photo I took thur the spotting scope. These guys hope to grow up and look like the second photo.

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    Default DCUA walkin '06

    The begining..




    The Middle




    The End, 12 days and 50 miles later



    The Rest of the Story...

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    Sidehilling sucks!!!
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    Default Hats off to tough sheep huntin' partners!

    This one goes out to my mighty mouse wife. She's tough as nails and never whines!

    She's about 112 lbs, here she is with almost 70lbs. after a successful '06 sheep hunt.

    Stid, our broomed rams from last year looked like identical twins...

    Frank
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    Default pics

    Thanks for the pictures guys.Not sure when I'll get to go on my dream hunt...for now those pictures take me there quite well.

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    Brooks Range.
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    TMA 98', some day I'll get badk into the mountains.
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    My 2006/first ram
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    Alaska Range 2000...
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    Default Here's one

    I wish I could be there this season but it won't be in the cards for a while. Good luck to all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernie P View Post
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    How old was your sheep? In the picture, it looks like it has a lot of mass!

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    Hmmmmmmm...not sure he is full curl. Maybe he will be at least 8 years old!


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    Default Sheep Fever Never Ends

    HI guys, thanks for sharing.
    After starting my Sheep hunting at an advanced age in 1975, I was blessed in taking 6 fine rams.
    Now 4 back surgeries later I still get the fever this time of year.The pictures have to do for me so good luck to all.

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