Sheep are a public resource. Guides sell the public resource (12K to 15K); mostly to nonresidents.
Nonresidents pay $500.00 for the tag; $85.00 for the license.
A nonresident is REQUIRED (as it is now) to hire a guide.
A resident can get a transporter to drop them for 3K.
Many, many of the nonresidents who pay 12-15K would pay $5,000 for a license and a tag, $3,OOO.OO to a transporter and go hunting on his own.
If the nonresident wanted to hire a guide; let him find one the same way a person would search out a fishing guide; but don't require him too; it is a corrupt system.
State Regulators are giving away about $5,000.00 every time a nonresident buys a sheep tag.
Residents standby while Regulators give away our resource and what do we get?
$585 bucks and Less opportunity with harvest restrictions.
That is what a sheep is worth?