Nothing gets a guide at Trophy Mountain Outfitters more excited than being able to be part of a sheep hunt. I grew up in Wyoming sheep country and come from a family that has long been bitten by the sheep hunting bug. This is a true passion that runs deep in our family roots. My Dad, Mom, brother Clint and wife Laura have all been lucky enough to draw licenses and harvest great rams. Although, I have not been fortunate enough to draw a license myself, I have been lucky enough to get my sheep hunting craze satisfied by guiding hunters and the thrill of watching a client harvest such a coveted and magnificent trophy. It really is a privilege. My guides and I know what it takes to get a nice ram and we are committed and dedicated to putting in the time and effort of scouting and finding the best rams in each unit.
When the season opens you will be hunting the top ram or rams we have found in our pre-season scouting.
At Trophy Mountain Outfitters we put out an unmatched effort to provide each hunter great opportunities on Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep. We specifically focus our sheep hunts in areas 4 and 7.
We know each of these areas from one end to the other and the best places to find good rams. One of our main wall tent wilderness hunting camps is located in the heart of area 7 sheep country. Because this is one of our main camps it provides us ample opportunities to watch and locate rams before the season and also throughout the fall. We spend our entire fall hunting in the center of area 7 and this country is home to us. This camp also gives us the ability to hunt unit 7 sheep from a comfortable wall tent camp. Or, we can go to a spike camp depending on where we have located the best rams in the unit. Sheep hunts in area 4 take place only from a remote spike camp we pack in and set up. Horses and mules are used to pack us along with our gear into the high mountain range we will be hunting.
Sheep hunts are $7,500 and include 8 hunting days plus a travel day in and day out, 10 days total.