Montana Wildlife Artistry taxidermy is preparing a life-sized mount of an unusual bighorn ram. The base of the ram's horns measured more than 16 inches and stretched out to 44 inches. It would have scored close to 206 inches under the Boone and Crockett scoring system — a trophy-class animal — if it weren’t for one large flaw. The ram has a baseball-sized gap burned into the back of the right horn.
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While a bowl of Big Sky rolled overhead, everyone kept their eyes on the ground looking for the prize.
A bill allowing the collection of bighorn sheep horns is on its way to the governor’s desk.
Montana lawmakers advanced a bill Tuesday lifting the prohibition on collecting bighorn sheep horns.
Have you ever heard of thinhorn sheep?
POLSON — Wild Horse Island State Park on Flathead Lake will soon be known as home to the world’s largest bighorn ram.
Bighorn sheep living in decades past along Idaho’s Salmon River from Riggins to its East and Middle forks far upstream were more genetically diverse, and the different groups of sheep there were more connected with each other, compared to sheep populations of today.
HELENA — Hundreds of antlers, horns and hides piled high outside Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Great Falls office drew bids ranging from a…
DARBY — Clark “Bart” Bartkowski knew last summer that he had hit the mule deer jackpot on the day the permit arrived in his mailbox.
POLSON — A Dayton resident has been banned from Wild Horse Island and lost his hunting, fishing and trapping privileges for three years for mu…