Pope And Young Club Names New World Record, South Dakota Bighorn Sheep
By angelamontana

Posted: January 30, 2019

On Thursday, January 24th, the Pope and Young Club convened a Special Panel of Judges in Sioux Falls, South Dakota for a potential P&Y World Record Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Clayton Miller’s massive ram is now the largest hunter-killed bighorn sheep with both Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett.

The ram was shot in Pennington County, South Dakota on October 30th, 2018. Measurers present at the Special Panel were Ed Fanchin, Stan Rauch, Ricky Krueger, and Justin Spring. With a final score of 209 1/8″, Clayton’s ram was confirmed as the new P&Y World Record Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

This ram surpasses the previous World Record Rocky Mountain ram shot by Todd Kirk in 1998 by almost 10 inches.

Excellent!

Read the full story here from the Pope and Young Club website.

(feature photo via Pope and Young)