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Brotsky 20-Dec-19
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Medicinemann 20-Dec-19
GhostBird 20-Dec-19
Brotsky 20-Dec-19
smarba 20-Dec-19
Mad Trapper 20-Dec-19
grizzly 21-Dec-19
BULELK1 21-Dec-19
Treeline 21-Dec-19
midwest 21-Dec-19
Brotsky 21-Dec-19
dakotaduner 21-Dec-19
huntnmuleys 21-Dec-19
Rob in VT 21-Dec-19
4FINGER 22-Dec-19
t-roy 22-Dec-19
Paul@thefort 22-Dec-19
Scoot 23-Dec-19
'Ike' (Phone) 24-Dec-19
OFFHNTN 26-Dec-19
From: Brotsky
20-Dec-19

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Thought you all might enjoy these photos I took of the Hell Canyon herd here in the Black Hills of South Dakota. I’ve had the pleasure of watching these rams grow up over the past 6-7 years. Can’t wait to see what they become!

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20-Dec-19

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20-Dec-19

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20-Dec-19

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From: Medicinemann
20-Dec-19
Nice!! How close did you get?

From: GhostBird
20-Dec-19
Very nice... beautiful rams.

From: Brotsky
20-Dec-19
Jake, I was within anywhere from 20-150 yards. They are very lightly hunted so are only somewhat afraid of people. You can kind of determine their comfort level just by judging by their body language. The rams are a little tougher to approach than the ewes. Bow range would be zero problem if one held one of the 2 tags to hunt them.

From: smarba
20-Dec-19
Awesome!

From: Mad Trapper
20-Dec-19
Nice!!

From: grizzly
21-Dec-19
Thats the same heard we saw. i get a kick out of the way the rams turn their head as they approach for a sniff. It was always to the right when i was watching. Did you manage to see any elk?

From: BULELK1
21-Dec-19
Very kool

I love watching sheep on the mountain

Good luck, Robb

From: Treeline
21-Dec-19
Great pictures! Love watching sheep!

Really amazing the success that SD G&F has had with the sheep herds!

Hope you are able to get a tag sometime Brotsky!

From: midwest
21-Dec-19
Imagine how big they'll be when you draw, Justin! You know, if they're still alive. ;-)

Ya gotta believe!

From: Brotsky
21-Dec-19
Nick, you mean if I’m still alive by the time I draw! :-)

Grizz, we saw probably 7-800 head of elk. My dad took a beautiful cow the first day out. Pic is in the K114 thread.

From: dakotaduner
21-Dec-19
Great pictures Brotsky, we should be very proud of the sheep in our state. What a treat it is to see them South Dakota as well as the goats. We may never get the chance to shoot one. But maybe our kids or grandkids will.

From: huntnmuleys
21-Dec-19
Great pics. See them in there all the time anymore. Definitely the rams are starting to look pretty good! Really makes the drive to Rapid City nice when you get to see that so often.

From: Rob in VT
21-Dec-19
Cool pics!

From: 4FINGER
22-Dec-19
Love Sheep Photos...and Elk-Deer-Antelope_Goats EtcEtcEtc :) Thanks for letting us ride along!...4finger

From: t-roy
22-Dec-19
I was more like wondering if Kia was looking over the pics, and picking out which ram she would shoot when she draws that tag! Cool animals for sure.

From: Paul@thefort
22-Dec-19
Nicely done Justin. Wild sheep are special. my best, Paul

From: Scoot
23-Dec-19
Great pics, Justin! Yep, when Kia draws that tag, it'll sure be fun!

24-Dec-19
Sweet...Great pic’s!

From: OFFHNTN
26-Dec-19
Awesome Justin!

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