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Holy crap I drew a sheep tag

Drew a ram tag in S-16 in southern Colorado (north of Pagosa Springs). Any advice for that area? Looking for any and all Intel for this area. Thanks!

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Get on bighornsheep.org They

Get on bighornsheep.org They have lots of good info.

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Location: frederick CO
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As many points as that takes

As many points as that takes to draw you must have done some research I'm guessing!!!!

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Right on

Right on man congrats

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Sheep

No Intel for ya, but congrats on the tag!! Hope you share your story when you get back!! Good Luck!

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Location: Fort Collins
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Sorry I was MIA from a thread

Sorry I was MIA from a thread I started. Was successful in S-16. Drew the tag with 6 points. I was putting in for that area since it took less points. Epic hunt in the Weminuche Wilderness.  Not real computer savy. Tried to include a picture of the ram, but the file is too big.

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Location: Fort Collins
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Sorry I was MIA from a thread

Sorry I was MIA from a thread I started. Was successful in S-16. Drew the tag with 6 points. I was putting in for that area since it took less points. Epic hunt in the Weminuche Wilderness.  Not real computer savy. Tried to include a picture of the ram, but the file is too big.

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Location: Fort Collins
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Sorry I was MIA from a thread

Sorry I was MIA from a thread I started. Was successful in S-16. Drew the tag with 6 points. I was putting in for that area since it took less points. Epic hunt in the Weminuche Wilderness.  Not real computer savy. Tried to include a picture of the ram, but the file is too big.