DIY West Texas Aoudad

nhenry

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I watched it before I even saw the thread. Congrats on the ram!
 

okie archer

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Congratulations on a hard earned trophy. Anyone that has ever hunted Audoud can certainly understand the physical difficulty of the hunt.
 

tkhuntsman

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I've been looking at doing that same hunt for a couple of years and haven't pulled the trigger yet every time I see some great hunt photos it just brings me closer and closer maybe this winter once the snow piles up and it gets colder here in MT I will make the trip
 

fishing4sanity

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Congratulations!
If I were a critter and heard you were coming to hunt, I'd either go run off a cliff or just walk up to you and say, 'get it over with.'
 

fishing4sanity

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Nice write up…congrats on the ram!
If you end up eating any of it, I’m interested to hear what you think? Never tried it personally but everything I hear is that it’s pretty rough.
I shot one a few years ago in New Mexico and thought the flavor of the meat was good, but it was pretty tough.
 

EastTNHunter

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Big congrats, neighbor :D

I’ve always wanted to try Auodad, but I’m not sure about the meat. I’m just intrigued by a beautiful animal that can thrive in that environment, and since they are non-native I don’t worry about the ecological impact if I don’t like the meat
 
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