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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2021, 12:45:37 PM »
That ram is a tank!

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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2021, 12:50:04 PM »
Huge ram.

Congrats to @ramslam and @starbailey  for making this happen!
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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2021, 01:33:29 PM »
Thats a cool ram for sure.
Interesting when one of these stories pop up the amount of mud slinging that happens in comments. (I saw some negative comments in the page posted)

On one hand many WA residents could apply to special permits for a lifetime and never get drawn and even if they do its one and done, not counting raffles. Let alone afford guides to find such a brute. Seeing as this gentleman has killed 3 Bighorns here in 6 years I am guessing he spends alot of dough on raffle tickets and other things the likes of which many of us average guys/gals just can't afford.

On the other hand, this guy has likely put more money into WA Conservation/Sheep Conservation as a non-resident than many of us could do or will do in a lifetime.

Is it fair? I don't know.
Am I jealous? Oh ya
Am I mad? nope

Very cool writeup he had. Congrats to the hunter and I thank him for investing in our State.
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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2021, 02:21:24 PM »
That’s a awesome Ram,  Congrats to all involved on that hunt !!!

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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2021, 02:59:39 PM »
Wow, what a giant!

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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #6 on: November 24, 2021, 03:12:55 PM »
Nice ram and the horns are in perfect condition.
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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #7 on: November 24, 2021, 03:15:43 PM »
Thats a cool ram for sure.
Interesting when one of these stories pop up the amount of mud slinging that happens in comments. (I saw some negative comments in the page posted)

On one hand many WA residents could apply to special permits for a lifetime and never get drawn and even if they do its one and done, not counting raffles. Let alone afford guides to find such a brute. Seeing as this gentleman has killed 3 Bighorns here in 6 years I am guessing he spends alot of dough on raffle tickets and other things the likes of which many of us average guys/gals just can't afford.

On the other hand, this guy has likely put more money into WA Conservation/Sheep Conservation as a non-resident than many of us could do or will do in a lifetime.

Is it fair? I don't know.
Am I jealous? Oh ya
Am I mad? nope

Very cool writeup he had. Congrats to the hunter and I thank him for investing in our State.


Very well stated.
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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #8 on: November 24, 2021, 03:16:20 PM »
Check your messages, Dan-O
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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #9 on: November 24, 2021, 04:17:36 PM »
Check your messages, Dan-O
I wanna check my messages guys.
Hehehehe
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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #10 on: November 24, 2021, 04:35:31 PM »
Thats a cool ram for sure.
Interesting when one of these stories pop up the amount of mud slinging that happens in comments. (I saw some negative comments in the page posted)

On one hand many WA residents could apply to special permits for a lifetime and never get drawn and even if they do its one and done, not counting raffles. Let alone afford guides to find such a brute. Seeing as this gentleman has killed 3 Bighorns here in 6 years I am guessing he spends alot of dough on raffle tickets and other things the likes of which many of us average guys/gals just can't afford.

On the other hand, this guy has likely put more money into WA Conservation/Sheep Conservation as a non-resident than many of us could do or will do in a lifetime.

Is it fair? I don't know.
Am I jealous? Oh ya
Am I mad? nope

Very cool writeup he had. Congrats to the hunter and I thank him for investing in our State.


Very well stated.


 :yeah:

If a guy has the resources to put that much into conservation, good on ya mate! Like most working class stiffs affording the $15 for a special draw is where most of us are.  What a Ram!
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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #11 on: November 24, 2021, 05:15:36 PM »
Thats a cool ram for sure.
Interesting when one of these stories pop up the amount of mud slinging that happens in comments. (I saw some negative comments in the page posted)

On one hand many WA residents could apply to special permits for a lifetime and never get drawn and even if they do its one and done, not counting raffles. Let alone afford guides to find such a brute. Seeing as this gentleman has killed 3 Bighorns here in 6 years I am guessing he spends alot of dough on raffle tickets and other things the likes of which many of us average guys/gals just can't afford.

On the other hand, this guy has likely put more money into WA Conservation/Sheep Conservation as a non-resident than many of us could do or will do in a lifetime.

Is it fair? I don't know.
Am I jealous? Oh ya
Am I mad? nope

Very cool writeup he had. Congrats to the hunter and I thank him for investing in our State.

Yep!

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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #12 on: November 24, 2021, 07:12:17 PM »
Thats a cool ram for sure.
Interesting when one of these stories pop up the amount of mud slinging that happens in comments. (I saw some negative comments in the page posted)

On one hand many WA residents could apply to special permits for a lifetime and never get drawn and even if they do its one and done, not counting raffles. Let alone afford guides to find such a brute. Seeing as this gentleman has killed 3 Bighorns here in 6 years I am guessing he spends alot of dough on raffle tickets and other things the likes of which many of us average guys/gals just can't afford.

On the other hand, this guy has likely put more money into WA Conservation/Sheep Conservation as a non-resident than many of us could do or will do in a lifetime.

Is it fair? I don't know.
Am I jealous? Oh ya
Am I mad? nope

Very cool writeup he had. Congrats to the hunter and I thank him for investing in our State.

 :yeah:
 I feel this is the road we are going down with all species right or wrong. But thats for another thread...

Congrats to the hunter .

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Re: PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #13 on: November 24, 2021, 07:15:46 PM »
Thats a cool ram for sure.
Interesting when one of these stories pop up the amount of mud slinging that happens in comments. (I saw some negative comments in the page posted)

On one hand many WA residents could apply to special permits for a lifetime and never get drawn and even if they do its one and done, not counting raffles. Let alone afford guides to find such a brute. Seeing as this gentleman has killed 3 Bighorns here in 6 years I am guessing he spends alot of dough on raffle tickets and other things the likes of which many of us average guys/gals just can't afford.

On the other hand, this guy has likely put more money into WA Conservation/Sheep Conservation as a non-resident than many of us could do or will do in a lifetime.

Is it fair? I don't know.
Am I jealous? Oh ya
Am I mad? nope

Very cool writeup he had. Congrats to the hunter and I thank him for investing in our State.


Im gonna get flamed for this , but thats Ok.

I get tired of hearing the "They put lots of money into Sheep conservation"......If they are really concerned about conservation, no one is stopping them from making a donation without the expectation of receiving a tag.  How many rams does an individual need to shoot?  To me it appears they are paying for their own personal enjoyment/hunting stock. 

Personally I am not a greedy dude, and would be happy to just have the opportunity to hunt sheep one time on my home turf.
 Even if i could afford to play these type of games, I would only do it once........no need to take opportunity away from my fellow hunters..............

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PENNSYLVANIA HUNTER KILLS RECORD WASHINGTON RAM
« Reply #14 on: November 24, 2021, 07:29:52 PM »
This was last years ram that was being pimped out to every high bidder that could be found . Congrats to the hunter on a true trophy. I wish that some of these raffle were limited to 5-10 tickets so it gave the rest of us a chance


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