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Well Aoudad are definantly

Well Aoudad are definantly not a fan of corn feeders there are a few things that will bring them off the hills such as, protien pellet feeders, salt blocks, and afalfa hay bales. However ussually takes sme time for the sheep to find and more to get comfortable  feeding there. I typically look for horns that nearly touch he middle, horns that go out and come back in to point at his neck. But you must be carefull sometimes a 24" can have a smaller body and display all of the characteristics and trick you so if you doubt yourself he's not the one you want.

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So when you hunt them do you

So when you hunt them do you set up near the feeders?

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Not at all we spot and stalk. We drive a ranger to where we would like to start in the morning and typically hike and glass till 11-12 working our way back to camp or a road where we call somebody to get us and during lunch we go back and get the ranger we left and start the process over again. The only time we might let someone hunt near a feeder is if thier attempting to kill one with archery equiptment and if thats only if the choose to.

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