TROPHY STONE SHEEP AREA NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA CONTINUES TO PRODUCE B&C RAMS
2016 produced 10 rams, of which, 2 should make the prestigious Boone and Crockett record book. 2 sheep hunters did not score, one was a bowhunter that missed rams at 4, 30 and 70 yards. The other hunter was in a wheelchair and spent most of his time watching a mineral lick with no luck.
2015 had some tough weather that hampered success with 11 hunters taking 7 rams, including 2 archers that were unsuccessful. Best ram taken gross scored 171 inches.
In 2014 his 14 sheep hunters took home 12 rams. One unsuccessful hunter missed and another passed while filming trying for better footage. Opportunity continued at 100 percent and the top 2 rams taken should make Boone and Crockett record book. This hunt is tops for success and big dark rams in the heart of northern British Columbia’s stone sheep area.
This longtime outfitter has exclusive guiding rights to over 5,000 square miles in one of the best stone sheep areas of northern B.C.. Additional animals can be taken on a $4,000 trophy fee and kids can hunt just for the price of trophy fees on moose, mountain caribou or goat as long as they are accompanied by a paying adult.
14 day horseback hunt is $42,000. Additional costs are $1,000 air transportation, license, tags, gov’t royalties and HST tax. Hunters are picked up at Ft. Nelson. Hunt SS728.
Nick Grujich with his nice sheep.