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To qualify for the Super Slam of North American Big Game®, a hunter must have registered the legal taking of all 29 of the traditionally recognized species of big game animals native to North America.
It was a great experience. Definitely a tough hunt especially for a 67 year old, but I would do it all over again.
My sheep hunt was a tough hunt physically. I expected to see more legal rams. I saw one on last morning of my hunt.
I harvested my ram on day three. Guide and packer were great, pilot was also good. I ended up leaving early and doing my own trophy care as I wanted to bring everything back with me instead of leaving with the taxidermist up in Alaska.
Most of us are limited by cost and draws in our opportunities to pursue them and slake our fever induced thirst. But the fact is with some planning and diligence most of us can put ourselves in a position to complete a FNAWS or North American Sheep Slam depending on which camp you fall into. We’ll do our best to show you how to draw a sheep tag, or at the very least improve your odds.
Dall sheep hunting is often a hunters first sheep hunting experience, and thus begins their sheep addiction. If you’re wanting to go sheep hunting, Dall sheep are the least difficult and least expensive North American sheep to hunt.
Here are a couple of things that you can start doing now to make your sheep hunting dreams a reality.
The Ovis World Slam is the taking, under fair chase and ethical circumstances, at least 12 of the world’s wild mountain sheep.
This was my Dall Sheep hunt booked in Alaska. The outfitter runs a first class operation West of Anchorage near a town called Sleetmute. Outdoors International suggested this Alaska dall sheep hunt to me a couple of years ago.