I've hiked through 27-2 a few times. It's desolate country. I spotted some sheep in there, on my way to ship lake. This unit will probably take some patience and mental toughness. PM me if you want any specific information. Good luck to you.
Stacy, I've hunted that unit a couple of times, most recently last year. I don't have a bighorn yet. I have a little personal experience on what not to do, so PM me if you would like my input on that .
I hunted 27-1 which is just north of your unit two years ago. Access is a problem because it is at least a 10 mile hike just to reach the unit. Wilderness area all the way. Horses would be important in getting in and out without losing your meat or trophy. There are some guys who have done it on foot but it is a tough hunt. Only one outfitter allowed to go in there. PM me and I can share what I do know.
First make sure your gun is safe, remove the bolt and clean your barrel from the chamber to the end of muzzle. Clean the barrel using butchers bore shine until a patch comes out white. Run a total of 5 separate patches soaked with denatured alcohol through the bore and let dry for 30 minutes. Insert a cleaning rod with a jag and a dry patch into the neck of the chamber. Make sure it will stay there through the next process. Now using another cleaning rod, install a patch that has been coated...