OTC Alberta Bighorn Sheep Hunt
Over the Counter Sheep Hunt!
The Monarch of the Rocky Mountains is truly one of the most amazing and breathtaking trophies a hunter can find! This Alberta Bighorn sheep hunt is highly rewarding if you have the will and drive to hunt hard. This area in the Kakwa Wilderness of Alberta has a 4/5 curl restriction. As a result of this restriction, the average ram scores 150-170.
No draw is required for this hunt but there are only four tags. Booking in advance would play to your advantage.
Hunters should be prepared both physically and mentally for long days of glassing. It may take a few days to find rams on this Alberta bighorn hunt. Be ready to spend multiple nights on the mountain. The wind can be relentless, so tent camps will be in timbered gullies and basins for better shelter.
- Alberta has a 4/5 curl restriction
- Rams average from 150 to 170″
- Guiding is 1×1
- As most Bighorn Sheep hunts, physical difficulty is high as you will hike into remote areas and climb very mountainous terrain.
- Hunting pressure is very low due to the remoteness of the hunting area.
- According to Alberta regulations outfitters are not allowed to have any permanent structures in this area so all camps are wall tents and alpine mountaineer tents.
- Weather is an important element of this hunt as the weather is very unpredictable and could change at any time.
- A Mule Deer tag and additional days can be added on.