Dall were originated as a result of cross breeding of corsican and mouflon sheep. Dall sheep have large bodies, stark white coats, and amber colored horns that circle, turn and sweep wide making them very impressive mounts. Length of the horn can be 14 inches and up, typically 28 to 35 inches in adults. The males’ horns can weigh up to 30 lbs and can actually outweigh the rest of the bones in their bodies, combined. Dall males typically weigh between 130 and 160 lbs.
All hunts require the signing of a liability release waiver for the hunt property. No license required for hunts. Traditional weaponry or high powered are allowed. Harvest processing and mounting fees are not included in the hunt fee; although, we can make arrangements on behalf of the hunter. Head and cape for mounting along with meat are all property of the hunter.