More Desert Bighorn Sheep Photos
Arizona Guided Hunts
Ron H. from Alaska was happy to fulfill his 1/2 Slam with this old, broomed-off Arizona desert bighorn sheep. Ron has since completed his sheep slam!.
Gabriel L. and Pat Feldt with a giant Nelsoni subspecies desert ram. This ram's side profile shows the incredible horn mass and 38" length! He is the largest Nelson desert ram taken in Arizona for the year! We found this ram in October on a scouting trip and were fortunate enough to locate him the second day of the December season. Also, read the article and view the video of the hunt.
This is Pat Feldt and Chase P. with a record-class Mexicana subspecies desert bighorn ram. Chase applied only twice before he drew a tag! We recorded this ram during a scouting trip months before the hunt and knew he would be a good candidate for Chase. On opening morning we glassed up the ram at over a mile away and watched him bed down before attempting a stalk. After a 4 hour stalk, Chase made the remarkable shot at 410 yards! The ram has heavy 15⅝-inch bases, 35 inch horn length, and carries his mass well! He aged at 10 years old!
Nils and Roger with a once-in-a-lifetime desert bighorn sheep. Nils passed on many lesser rams before taking this nice Mexicana desert sheep. He shot the ram at over 200 yards. This 9½-year old ram's horns are heavy and broomed well. His horns are 34¼" long with over 15" bases. This old ram's face shows some classic battle scars.