sheep hunting

Home at Last, By Alexander Sharif

The story of a magnificent Transcaspian Urial ram, which despite many twists and turns, finally came home after 50 years in exile!

EP182: Beginners lessons in Sheep Hunting with Mike Pedersen

On this episode Nolan sits down with Mike Pedersen of The Rookie Hunter Podcast, to pick his brain about the learning curve of a new backcountry hunter.

Hunting Head On – Colorado Bighorns, By Andrew Schaefer & Bryan Gwinn

He took a bite of grass, looked up, and advanced one step to face the ewe, broadside. I drew and steadied. I went black. Then I saw red. He careened off the ledge, tumbled and skidded down the valley of loose rock that separated us and into a thicket of brambles that caught the ram

Kyrgyzstan Belek, By Alexander Sharif

The year was 1973. At the age of 12, I accompanied my late dad and uncle to the newly opened wildlife museum in Tehran to see the mountain sheep collection. Amongst the many mounts of Transcaspian Urials, Bezoar Ibex, and other native species, there were two large-bodied rams with extraordinarily massive heads that resembled mules. These were the Argali rams of Mongolia and Tajikistan.

EP178: Dream Rams & Premier Tags

On this show, Nolan sits down with Graeme Peters & Darcy Ross to talk sheep hunting for big Stones, Dalls, and Cali Bighorn in British Columbia. These are a couple of ram stories you don’t want to miss!

So You Wanna Hunt Sheep? By Dustin Roe

Sheep hunting is without question one of the most physically and mentally demanding hunting experiences available to the mountain hunter.  Whether we’re talking the snow white Dall’s of the Northwest, the ghostly Stone’s of BC and the Southern Yukon, or the heavy tipped Bighorns found North to South a mountain sheep hunt will test the skills, endurance and mental fortitude of even the most seasoned hunter.