Conservative hunting of the area has produced trophy rams for generations. Most of the rams found in our area are the sought-after dark color phase.
Our 15 day sheep hunts start the first of August at which time only sheep and wolf are available. As the season progresses, mixed bag options are added after August 15 for elk, moose and goat.
Hunts are done from spike camp locations, utilizing tents for accommodation and horses as transportation. Using horses allows us to access the remotest mountain drainages, where often the best rams are found.
Although horses are used extensively, we expect all hunters to be in good physical conditions. To hunt either sheep or goat, you will need to be able to ride, walk, and climb, and most importantly be able to shoot accurately after climbing and making a stalk.
The priority on sheep hunts is for rams, but other species including goat, moose, elk, caribou, wolf, grizzly and black bear are also available depending on the camp and season.
Upon booking we will send you an information package which includes a hunting license and species tag information. You will require a big game license and a prepaid tag for each animal you intend to hunt. On quota species (stone sheep, grizzly bear) we, as the guide outfitter, are assigned a specific harvest number and on other species (elk, moose, mountain goat, caribou, wolf, black bear) the number of tags issued are not limited.