The Hunt For Marco Polo Sheep
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The hunt for the coveted Marco Polo sheep is not just a hunt; it is the greatest adventure in sheep hunting. Journey with outdoor filmmaker Ken Wilson, hunting consultant/outfitter Bob Kern, Dr. Roy Schultz (co-founder and past president of the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep), and experienced hunter Harold Meyers as they travel through Moscow, Bishkek, Osh, and finally Murgab, enroute to the famous Hot Springs Camp in the Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan near the border of Afghanistan.

Follow in the footsteps of such great sheep hunters as Kermit Roosevelt, Prince Abdorreza Pahlavi, Elgin Gates, and Bert Klineburger. See thousands of rams, and six on-camera kills including Harold Meyers’ and Ken Wilson’s rams measuring in the mid 50-inch range and Doc Schultz’s great ram that taped 59 inches.

Situated at the volcanic hot spring at 13,300 feet, Hot Springs Camp is one of the most remote places on Earth. Most hunting takes place between 13,000 and 16,000 feet where oxygen is thin and fatigue is the hunters’ constant companion.

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