Spent about 8 days helping a buddy try and fill a sheep tag last week. Super tough hunt, with average high temps above 100 degrees, smoke filled skies half the time, and a fire that saw smoke jumpers, helicopters, and tanker planes for a week right in the main hunt area just the week prior to the opener. Tough tough. Buddy had one opportunity on opening day, that was it. Crazy, because I helped another buddy with the same tag last year, and collectively we found over 20 shooter rams. Here was the stud that "got away". I guess around 165". If you've never seen the stones on a sheep, here you go. Some random scenery pics, this is where we watched the show on the opener. Sheep was dead center in the rock pile, the approach was from the small rock pile on left. We were 1400 yards away, taking pics through spotters. Smoke issues Some of the country we looked around in.