Thursday, May 3, 2007


Desert Bighorn Sheep

Desert bighorn sheep hunts are the hardest to attain of the North American sheep species due to the limited regions that they inhabit, and the even more limited number of permits that are available to hunt them. Many hunters have applied for years and still have yet to draw a permit.

Our friends in Mexico offer you the chance to complete your grand slam before the mountains grow too tall for you to climb and without having to wait for a drawing! Desert bighorn sheep hunting permits are available throughout Sonora and Baja Sur. We work with only the finest outfitters in these regions.

Hunting is typically done on private land that is strictly controlled to ensure that the quality and quantity of sheep is maintained. Rams are typically in the 155-165 class. Permits are very limited, with prices ranging from $39,000 and up.

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