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Those Rams were in the Badlands, these were in Montana. The Ewes, Lambs, and the Rams in the other Mountain Range run from us whenever we’re within 1/4-1/2 mile of them! These Rams (Montana ones on the opposite Mountain Range) just let me stay within a couple yards of them.I saw that video where that one just walks right by you in the wide open like its tame. Is that normal with them?
If the ones in CO are anything like those it might be a real quick hunt!Those Rams were in the Badlands, these were in Montana. The Ewes, Lambs, and the Rams in the other Mountain Range run from us whenever we’re within 1/4-1/2 mile of them! These Rams (Montana ones on the opposite Mountain Range) just let me stay within a couple yards of them.
I don’t know what makes them more or less spooked. These Rams don’t even see people until November rut. So, I have no clue why they’re so tame or if it’s completely normal.
Will do! My last day working in Montana is August 22nd, I want a couple days before season to scout and become familiar with the area since I’ve only driven by it. It’s only a Ewe tag, I forgot to mention that! But, I’m still Sheep hunting. One of these years I’m going to have to try the Montana Unlimited Sheep hunt and try to find a Ram there. After this job I feel like I’m qualified to find Sheep just about anywhere and can make the extreme hikes and long glasses. I wish I had the Unlimited tag this year and regret not putting in for it.During our 2018 trip to Glacier National Park we hired a guide to take a 45 minute boat ride to Wild Horse Island on Flathead Lake. As we were about to land the guide spotted this group of rams so we scaled the cliffs to get photos! Sheep are amazing animals!
On the other side of the island there was over 100 Ewes and lambs
A couple years ago they found the new world record Ram dead on the island…… could be the big guy in the photo?
Keep the updates coming on the hunt Josh!
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