Hunters have taken some beautiful trophy mouflons and other sheep from our ranch. Below are some examples. We'd love to add you — if you're ready to join these hunters, visit our reservations page.


New, March 2021 Jon McQueen of San Jose, CA bagged a Blackbuck Antelope on the von Netzer Ranch a few weeks earlier but noticed a special Corsican ram in the process that he felt would blend in well with his trophy sheep gallery. He returned on March 11, 2021 to hunt for that ram and bagged him after a lengthy stalk. The majestic ram measured more than 38 inches with 10 1/4-inch bases.

New, February 2021 Clint Kotal of Boerne, TX made his first visit to the von Netzer Ranch for a pureblood Mouflon. He got one the morning of Jan. 30, 2021 and finished up later that day by taking one of the free-ranging Axis bucks that are seen on the ranch.

New, February 2021 Clint Kotal of Boerne, TX took this impressive mature Mouflon ram on Jan. 30, 2021. The ram measured 30 inches with 9-inch bases. The ram's mane was particularly impressive.

New, January 2021 Jon McQueen of San Jose, CA made a return trip to the von Netzer Ranch to bag a Blackbuck antelope. He succeeded on Jan. 20, 2021 when he took this beauty with one shot after a lengthy stalk. The mature buck measured more than 19 inches.

New, January 2021 A.J. Ortegon of Buda, TX made his first trip to the von Netzer Ranch one to remember when he took this Painted Desert Corsican on Jan. 16, 2021. The 4-year-old ram measured 37 inches with bases nearly 10 inches.

New, January 2021 Jason Moore of Dallas has hunted on the von Netzer Ranch for many years but he's never bagged an animal on New Year's Day, until 2021. He nailed this Texas Dall ram after a lengthy hunt with one shot. The 4 1/2-year-old ram measured 34 1/4 inches with bases measuring more than 10 inches.

New, December 2020 Shane Davis of Georgetown, TX, who's been hunting all his life, had only seen 2 Axis deer before arriving on the von Netzer Ranch. While hunting sheep for 2 days, Davis ran into this free-ranging Axis on the von Netzer Ranch and dropped him with one shot to the neck on Dec. 12, 2020.

New, December 2020 Shane Davis of Georgetown, TX took a majestic strawberry Corsican measuring almost 38 inches on Dec. 12, 2020.

New, December 2020 Chris Guy of Liberty Hill, TX doubled up on his first hunt on the von Netzer Ranch when he bagged this impressive tan Corsican on Dec. 12, 2020. The 5-year-old ram measured nearly 35 inches.

New, December 2020 Robert West of Waller, TX capped off his first hunting trip to the von Netzer Ranch on Dec. 14, 2020 by taking this impressive Axis buck with one shot to the neck. It was Robert's first Axis deer and came after taking a monster Black Hawaiian ram just an hour earlier.

New, December 2020 Robert West of Waller, TX made his first visit to the von Netzer Ranch a memorable one on Dec. 14, 2020. On his first sheep hunt, he managed to take this massive Black Hawaiian ram. The ram measured 43 1/2 inches with 10-inch bases, making this sheep the largest ram ever taken in 15 years of offering sheep hunts on the von Netzer Ranch.

New, December 2020 James Hoke of Sherman, TX returned to the von Netzer Ranch in 2020 to hunt a Blackbuck Antelope buck after being unable to bag one a year earlier. This time, he was in the right place at the right time and took this impressive Blackbuck buck on Dec. 14, 2020. The mature animal measured 23 inches.

New, December 2020 Chris Guy of Liberty Hill, TX took the first sheep of his hunting career on the von Netzer Ranch on Dec. 11, 2020. The Black Hawaiian ram measured more than 32 inches with good mass.

New, December 2020 Shane Davis of Georgetown, TX took the first sheep of his hunting career when he bagged this impressive Black Hawaiian on Dec. 11, 2020. The 5-year-old ram measured right at 35 inches with bases measuring almost 10 inches.

New, December 2020 Timmy Daigle of Houma, LA took this majestic mature Mouflon ram on Dec. 7, 2020 after waiting several years for his hunt. The 5-year-old ram measured just over 32 inches.

New, December 2020 Carl Tregre of Houma, LA spotted this strawberry Corsican several years ago and was impressed with the ram's impressive features, especially the mane. He took the ram with one shot after a lengthy stalk on Dec. 7, 2020.

New, November 2020 Brandon von Netzer and Kam McKinnon, both grandsons of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, spoiled the day for this female coyote on 11-30-20.

New, November 2020 Derek Tarin and his son, Noah, from Little Rock, AR returned this season to find a nice Black Hawaiian ram. Noah, who took a ram last fall, found a monster Black Hawaiian ram and downed it with one shot after a lengthy wait on Nov. 20, 2020. The ram measured 40 1/2 inches with huge mass to match. Noah will have a tough time improving on that trophy in the future.

New, November 2020 Fermin Blum of Houston finished off a lengthy stalk on Nov. 14, 2020 by taking a large Black Hawaiian ram. The ram measured an impressive 36 inches with impressive mass. It was Fermin's first visit to the ranch to hunt.

New, November 2020 Pablo Blum of Round Rock, TX made his first trip to the von Netzer Ranch memorable when he took a Black Hawaiian ram on Nov. 13, 2020. The ram measured 32 1/2 inches.

New, November 2020 Nathan Pollok of Floresville made a return trip to the von Netzer Ranch to try and find a large Axis buck. He was unable to bag one of the ranch's free-ranging Axis bucks three weeks earlier but this time found himself in the right place at the right time on Nov. 9, 2020.

New, November 2020 Hank Muhlbauer of Spring, TX came with his dad and long-time hunter Nick Muhlbauer on the von Netzer Ranch hoping to find his first whitetail buck. He left a happy camper after bagging a nice 7-point buck with a 19-inch spread on Nov. 8, 2020.

New, November 2020 P. J. Moore of Spring, TX came to the von Netzer Ranch to bag one of the ranch's free-ranging Axis bucks. After being skunked the first couple of days, P. J. found himself in the right place at the right time to bag this huge-bodied Axis buck on Nov. 8, 2020.

New, November 2020 Nick Muhlbauer of Spring, TX has been hunting on the von Netzer Ranch for many years. His most recent objective was a trophy Texas Dall to complete his Texas Slam. That happened on Nov. 6, 2020. The large ram measured out 32 inches with impressive mass.

New, November 2020 Luca Fournier of Spring, TX made his first hunting trip a memorable one. He bagged a mature Whitetail doe with one well-placed shot on opening day of the Texas deer-hunting season on Nov. 7.

New, November 2020 Wes Tidwell of Freeport, TX took this free-ranging monster Axis buck on Nov. 1, 2020.

New, October 2020 Ronny Schweyher of Cedar Hill, TX, who's hunted often during the last few years at the von Netzer Ranch, came for a weekend of hunting and took this feral hog on Oct. 24, 2020. He has taken Axis deer, Blackbuck Antelope and several types of sheep through the years, but this was his first wild pig.

New, October 2020 Nathan Pollock of Floresville, TX hunted hard for an Axis buck on the low-fenced von Netzer Ranch where the elusive deer are free-ranging but was unable to get one. He didn't go away empty-handed though as he took out one of the wild hogs that roam the Hill Country.

The von Netzer family discovered we were about out of deer meat in the freezer...Brandon von Netzer, grandson of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, was happy to rise to the occasion and took this massive Axis buck on July 2, 2020. It's representative of the Axis bucks found on the Hill Country ranch.

Brandon von Netzer, a freshman student at Texas State University and grandson of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, took this mature Axis buck on May 12, 2020.

Phil Frey of Fredericksburg has hunted the von Netzer Ranch for trophy sheep for several years and pursued the elusive free-ranging Axis at the same time, but without any success. Phil returned on Feb. 28, 2020 for another try, and this time, he was in the right place at the right time to bag a huge Axis buck in velvet.

Fifteen-year-old Masyn Hoke from Sherman, TX made her first trip to the von Netzer Ranch a memorable one. She took this Mouflon type ram on Feb. 7, 2019 with one shot after a lengthy hunt. The ram measured almost 33 inches.

Marie Hoke of Sherman, TX bagged this all-tan Corsican ram late in the day on Feb. 8, 2020 on her first trip to the von Netzer Ranch. The mature ram measured right at 35 inches.

Frank Renfro of Amarillo, TX has hunted the von Netzer Ranch for more than a decade and taken many majestic trophy sheep during that time. His latest trip, the last weekend of January, resulted in another trophy, a Black Hawaiian ram that measured right at 35 inches.

Brodie von Netzer of Amarillo, 7th-grade grandson of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, took his first deer ever on Dec. 28, 2019. The 8-point whitetail was estimated at 3 1/2 years old.

Kevin von Netzer, son of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, and his twin son Bristol ran into some free-ranging Axis deer while hunting Dec. 23, 2019 on the von Netzer Ranch. After a lengthy stalk, Bristol took this large Axis buck in full velvet with one shot from his new rifle. It took 3 grown men to load the deer into one of the ranch trucks.

Attie Reeves of McKinney took his first animal ever in a hunt while on his first visit to the von Netzer Ranch on Dec. 14, 2019. Attie's Black Hawaiian ram had one side blemished from fighting but measured 35 inches on its good side.

Derek Tarin of Little Rock, AR has hunted the von Netzer Ranch several times before but came this time looking for a big Corsican. He found it! In fact, this massive Corsican is the biggest Corsican ram ever taken on the von Netzer Ranch. It measured nearly 41 inches with bases measuring more than 10 1/2 inches.

Noah Tarin, 11, of Little Rock, AR took his first sheep while hunting with his dad on the von Netzer Ranch on Nov. 22, 2019. The Texas Dall measured 30 inches.

Madison and Kam McKinnon were with their father, Mike, when he took this monster Axis buck that ventured out onto an oat patch Nov. 18, 2019. Madison and Kam are the grandchildren of ranch owner Garet von Netzer. Mike took the buck with one shot at 160 yards.

Paul Chappee of Albany, MO. took this trophy Mouflon on Nov. 12, 2019. The ram measured 30 1/2 inches but was missing nearly 2 inches broomed off from fighting.

Madison McKinnon, granddaughter of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, shot her first deer on Nov. 12, 2019, and it was a good one. The Whitetail buck sported 8 points with a spread of nearly 17 inches. Madison is an 8th grader at Fredericksburg Middle School where she excels in basketball, volleyball and track.

Byron Carruthers of Blackfalds, Alberta, Canada cashed in big on his latest hunt on the von Netzer Ranch on Nov. 11, 2019. Carruthers took a monster Black Hawaiian ram that is the biggest ever taken on the von Netzer Ranch. The majestic ram measured 42 1/2 inches on each side with bases that measured 11 1/2 inches. Carruthers pursued this majestic animal for much of 2 days before getting the shot he wanted.

Hank Muhlbauer of Spring, TX made his first hunt on the von Netzer Ranch a memorable one by taking this Corsican ram on Nov. 1, 2019 and a whitetail doe on Nov. 2. His ram measured nearly 30 inches with bases measuring 10 1/2 inches.

Nick Muhlbauer of Spring, TX took this free-ranging Axis buck while hunting with his son, Hank, on Nov. 1, 2019. The impressive Axis had antlers that measured almost 31 inches with brow tines measuring over 11 inches.

Nine-year-old Marcus Piehl of Fulshear, TX took the first deer of his life on Nov. 2, 2019 on the von Netzer Ranch. The impressive 8-pointer had a 16-inch spread and was 3 1/2 years old. Marcus dropped the buck in his tracks with one shot from nearly 100 yards.

John Piehl of Fulshear, TX took the biggest sheep of his lifelong hunting career when he shot this large Black Hawaiian ram on Nov. 2, 2019. The ram measured almost 37 inches with bases measuring 11 1/2 inches.

New, October 2019 Jon McQueen of San Jose, CA was the last hunter to hunt the von Netzer Ranch during the season of 2018-19, but he was the first to hunt this fall/winter season. He left a happy camper because he bagged two beautiful trophies in the same day, Sept. 25, 2019. In the morning, he took this impressive Black Hawaiian ram. The 3 1/2-year-old ram measured nearly 35 inches with bases that measured 10 inches.

New, October 2019 Late on the afternoon of Sept. 25, 2019, Jon McQueen of San Jose, CA took this huge Axis buck with one shot at 125 yards. This mature Axis weighed more than 300 pounds before he was field dressed. His brow tines measured nearly 17 inches, and his main beams reached 34 inches. All the Axis deer on the low-fenced von Netzer Ranch are free-ranging.

Jon McQueen of San Jose, CA took this trophy Mouflon ram on March 20, 2019.  The 4-year-old ram measured 28 inches.

Larry Browning of Dayton, Ohio took this battle-scarred trophy Mouflon ram on Feb. 20, 2019.  The ram had damage to both sides of his horns, but was estimated to be more than 32 inches before having parts knocked off in fighting.  The 5-year-old ram had bases of nearly 9 1/2 inches.

Shannon Upchurch of Katy, TX took this Mouflon-type Corsican with one shot at 130 yards on Feb. 22, 2019.  The 4 1/2-year-old ram measured 34 1/2 inches with 9 1/2-inch bases.

Bill Sherer of Houston made his first visit to the von Netzer Ranch a memorable one when he took this impressive all-tan Corsican ram with one shot Feb. 8, 2019. The ram measured almost 32 inches with bases more than 9 inches.

Joseph Sherer, a law student from Houston, took his first sheep on the von Netzer Ranch on Feb. 9, 2019. The impressive Black Hawaiian ram measured more than 33 inches with bases measuring 10 1/4 inches.

Frank Renfro of Amarillo, TX made his 11th straight trip to the von Netzer Ranch a productive one when he bagged this impressive ram on Feb. 1, 2019. The 3 1/2-year-old ram measured 37 inches with bases measuring 10 1/2 inches.

New, January 2019: Tony Hayhurst of Dudley, TX retuned to the von Netzer Ranch after his first trip last year produced a trophy Black Hawaiian ram.  This trip, on Jan. 12, 2019, Tony took an impressive Painted Desert Corsican ram after a lengthy stalk.

New, January 2019: Mick Kennedy, left,  and Jason Moore, hunting buddies from Dallas, set out to find a sheep on one hunting cycle at the von Netzer Ranch but ended up running into some wild hogs instead on Jan. 5, 2019.  Mick shot the biggest hog, while Jason felled the smaller two which made for some good eating.

New, January 2019: Jason Moore of Dallas took this impressive Axis buck on Jan. 5, 2019.  This was Jason's sixth trip to the von Netzer Ranch where he has taken an array of impressive sheep through the years.  A large Axis buck had eluded Jason through the years until this trip.

New, December 2018: Norm Jones of Mount Pleasant, SC, took this beautiful Mouflon ram on a cold, misty morning Dec. 8, 2018. The 4-year-old ram measured 30 inches but had about 2 inches broomed off from fighting and grazing.

New, December 2018: Jim McBride of Edmond, OK took this majestic Mouflon ram with one shot after a day-long stalk on Dec. 14, 2018. The ram measured 32 1/4 inches with more than 2 inches broomed off from fighting and grazing. The bases measured more than 9 inches.

New, December 2018: Matt McBride, who lives in Costa Rica but has family in Edmond, OK, took this monster eight-point Whitetail buck at sunup on Dec. 15. The 3 1/2-year-old buck boasted an antler spread of 20-plus inches and dressed out at 130 pounds. This majestic deer is a good example of the Texas Hill Country bucks that roam the low-fenced von Netzer Ranch.

New, November 2018: Derek Tarin of Little Rock, ARK, took this beautiful trophy Mouflon on Nov. 17, 2018.

New, November 2018: Nick Muhlbauer capped off his Mouflon ram hunt on Nov. 11, 2018 with a nice Axis doe with one shot to the neck.

New, November 2018: Adam Rowe of Fulshear found this white-tailed buck chasing a doe during the rut on Nov. 11, 2018. The next thing: the 4 1/2-year-old Hill Country buck was headed to the processor!

New, November 2018: Nick Muhlbauer of Spring,TX took this striking Mouflon ram with one shot on Nov. 10, 2018. This 4-year-old ram exhibits the beautiful heart-shaped curl characteristic of pureblood Mouflon rams.

Phil Frey of Fredericksburg returned for a second hunt this past fall/winter season on April 3, 2018, this time looking for a tan Corsican. He found one but had a lengthy stalk before getting a shot late in the day. The ram measured 34 inches making him one of the largest all-tan Corsicans taken on the von Netzer Ranch.

Phil Frey of Fredericksburg, TX went on his first sheep hunt on March 6, 2018 and took this large Black Hawaiian ram on the von Netzer Ranch. The ram, 3 1/2 years old, measured 32 inches with impressive mass.

Kristi Hernandez of Garden City, TX took this magnificent Painted Desert ram March 3, 2018. The ram measured 36 inches long with bases measuring nearly 11 inches. Her husband, Phillip, took a large Mouflon ram in December, 2017, so it was Kristin's second hunting trip to the von Netzer Ranch.

Tony Hayhurst of Dudley, TX made his first sheep hunt a memorable one when he took this 3-year-old Black Hawaiian ram on Feb. 7, 2018. The ram measured more than 32 inches.

Frank Renfro of Amarillo, TX didn't pass up a coyote while hunting Feb. 2-4, 2018 on the von Netzer Ranch. This was Frank's 10th annual hunting trip to the von Netzer Ranch, and during that time, he's never needed more than one shot to take an animal, including this coyote.

Frank Renfro of Amarillo, TX has hunted sheep on the von Netzer Ranch for 10-straight years. This year he topped all the other big trophy sheep he's taken when he took this huge Corsican ram on Feb. 3, 2018. The 6-year-old ram measured 37 1/2 inches with bases measuring more than 10 inches. The ram had heavy Mouflon influence along with the horn length of a large Corsican.

Adam Rowe of Spring, TX came to the von Netzer Ranch to hunt sheep for the first time in his hunting career. He was not disappointed! Rowe’s 5-year-old Corsican ram measured almost 33 inches with bases more than 10 inches.

Hunting buddies, from left, Nick Muhlbauer, Adam Rowe and John Piehl, all from the Houston area, came to hunt sheep Jan. 26-28, 2018 on the von Netzer Ranch but didn’t pass up a shot at a pig while hunting sheep.

John Piehl of Flushear, TX made his latest hunt on the von Netzer Ranch a memorable one on Jan. 27, 2018 when he took this nearly 6-year-old Corsican. The large trophy measured more than 35 inches with bases reaching 11 inches.

Nick Muhlbauer of Spring, TX came to the von Netzer Ranch to find a large ram and was successful. Along the way, he found another way to fill his freezer with a nice Axis doe on Jan. 27, 2018.

Nick Muhlbauer of Spring, TX, who has hunted the von Netzer Ranch numerous times, bagged this monster Black Hawaiian ram on Jan. 26, 2018. The 7-year-old ram measured almost 39 inches with bases measuring more than 11 1/2 inches making it one of the largest sheep ever taken on the von Netzer Ranch in almost 20 years of offering hunts.

Jason Moore of Dallas came to the von Netzer Ranch to bag a trophy Black Hawaiian ram, and did, but along the way, he ran into some feral hogs and took this large boar with one shot, dropping it in its tracks on Jan. 21, 2018.

Jason Moore of Dallas made his fifth hunting trip to the von Netzer Ranch one to remember. He took this massive Black Hawaiian ram on Jan. 19, 2018 with one shot. The 4 1/2-year-old ram measured nearly 36 inches long with bases that measured more than 11 1/2 inches.

Mick Kennedy of Dallas made the first hunt of his life a memorable one when he took this whitetail on the last weekend of the Texas season to harvest whitetail does.

Missy Sells of Tomball, TX took this nearly 6-year-old Mouflon ram on Jan. 3, 2018 after a lengthy hunt. The ram measured 30 inches but was missing at least 3 inches from fighting. The ram completed the Tomball High School junior's Texas Slam of trophy rams.

Bristol von Netzer, grandson of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, spent a week after Christmas with his family at the von Netzer Ranch. Much of the time was spent doing ranch projects, but there was some time for hunting. This coyote was the unlucky victim of a new coyote call and a good shot at 200 yards, a Christmas present for the von Netzer family. It worked!

Grady Flowers, a junior at Amarillo, TX High School, took his first Axis buck on Dec. 29, 2017.

Brandon von Netzer, an Amarillo High School junior and grandson of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, spent several days at the von Netzer Ranch after Christmas with hunting in mind. Among the unlucky victims was this large feral boar hog which Brandon downed with one shot to the head at 100 yards with a 22-250 to drop the pig in its tracks.

Preston Capron of Oklahoma City, right, bagged this Axis buck on Dec. 18, 2017 after hunting a sheep earlier. He then turned to hunting a free-ranging Axis buck on the von Netzer Ranch and was successful on the last day of the hunt. Present on the hunt was Preston's grandfather, Jimmy McBride, left, also of Oklahoma City. Both also took trophy rams during their hunt.

Preston Capron of Oklahoma City took this monster Black Hawaiian on Dec. 16, 2017. The ram measured almost 38 inches with 11-inch bases.

Matt McBride, who lives in Costa Rica, took this trophy Black Hawaiian ram with one shot at 160 yards on Dec. 16, 2017. The ram measured nearly 34 inches with bases measuring 10 1/2 inches.

Brent Cooper of Abilene, TX took this large Black Hawaiian ram on Dec. 16, 2017 while hunting in the rain. The massive ram measured nearly 36 inches in length with bases measuring almost 11 inches.

Jimmy McBride from Edmond, OK took this trophy Corsican ram with one shot on Dec. 16, 2017. The ram measured almost 32 inches but had at least 2 inches broomed off from fighting.

Jeff Krause (right) of North Richland Hills, TX and hunting buddy Ronny Schweyher came to the von Netzer Ranch to try and get one of the ranch’s free-ranging Axis deer for the freezer. Jeff succeeded on Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017 with a mature doe that will make a good Christmas freezer filler.

Phillip Hernandez of Garden City, TX took this large Mouflon ram on Dec. 1, 2017. The ram measured just over 32 1/2 inches with 2 inches broomed off.

Ronny Schweyher of Cedar Hill, TX took this Blackbuck antelope buck on Nov. 26, 2017. The buck measured almost 19 inches.

Lisa Schweyher of Cedar Hill,TX took this majestic Mouflon ram with one shot on Nov. 26, 2017. The ram measured almost 29 inches long but was missing 2 inches that were broomed off. The ram's bases measured nearly 10 inches.

Derek Tarin of New Orleans spent many hours pursuing this large Black Hawaiian ram on Nov. 19, 2017. When the ram finally presented itself briefly, Derek was ready. The ram measured more than 37 inches and had bases of nearly 11 1/2 inches, making him one of the largest Black Hawaiians ever taken on the von Netzer Ranch.

John Rodrigues from Monroe, CT took this monster Mouflon on Nov. 11, 2017 after a lengthy hunt. This majestic animal was 4 1/2 years old and measured just over 34 inches with 9-inch bases. The ram was missing at least 1 1/2 inches on one side and an inch on the other making him one of the largest pureblood Mouflons ever taken on the von Netzer Ranch.

Joe Southerland of Mansfield, TX doubled up while hunting free-ranging Axis deer on the von Netzer Ranch on Oct. 21, 2017. He took a doe, and then a buck stood up at the shot. After a short pursuit, Joe got a good shot at the buck, and now his freezers will be full for a while.

Ronny Schweyher of Cedar Hill, TX. took this dandy Axis buck a couple of hours after wife Lisa bagged her first Axis buck ever. This free-ranging buck measured more than 31 inches. Ronny and Lisa have spent a lot of time trying to outwit the unpredictable Axis deer in recent months on the von Netzer Ranch and just happened to be in the right place at the right time on the same day. Now their freezers will be well-stocked going into the whitetail deer-hunting season.

Lisa Schweyher of Cedar Hill, TX took this mature Axis buck with one shot at just under 100 yards early Sept. 2, 2017. This mature buck measured out nearly 32 inches. All the wildlife, including the Axis deer, are free-ranging on the low-fenced von Netzer Ranch where hunters match wits with all the animals in either still hunting or spot-and-stalk conditions.

Ronny Schweyher of Cedar Hill, TX took this large Axis buck May 29 while hunting over the Memorial Day Weekend on the von Netzer Ranch. The low-fenced ranch has a free-ranging population of Axis deer. Ronny has been trying to get a big one for nearly 2 years, but the elusive, unpredictable deer always seemed to be one step ahead until Memorial Day, 2017.

Frank Herrick of Griswold, CT took this Axis doe to help fill his freezer.

Frank Herrick of Griswold, CT took this massive Black Hawaiian ram with one shot at 125 yards. The ram measured nearly 36 inches with 11-inch bases.

Larry Ward of Pittsburgh, PA took this 7-year-old Mouflon ram with one shot on Feb. 16, 2017. The ram measured out almost 31 inches. The ram was Ward's first trophy ram of any breed.

Frank Renfro of Amarillo, TX took this massive Texas Dall ram on Feb. 3, 2017. The ram measured almost 35 inches with 9 1/2-inch bases.

Terry Enfield of Arthur, NE completed his slam on the von Netzer Ranch on Jan. 19, 2017. He took this 7-year-old tan Corsican with one shot after a lengthy pursuit. The ram measured 38 inches with nearly 2 inches broomed off.

Jason, left, and Max Moore of Dallas celebrated Max's 12th birthday weekend hunting on the von Netzer Ranch. Jason took an Axis doe, while his son Max took a Black Hawaiian ram that measured 33 inches. Both animals were taken on a chilly Jan. 7, 2017.

Mike Easley of Abilene, TX took this Mouflon ram Jan. 4, 2017. The ram, Easley's second taken on the von Netzer Ranch, measured 30 inches though nearly 3 inches were broomed off from each side through fighting and grazing.

Bristol von Netzer, the 10-year-old grandson of ranch owner Garet von Netzer, took this deer on the last day of the Texas whitetail hunting season for antlered deer, Jan. 1, 2017. Bristol and his family live in Amarillo, TX. Bristol took this 8-point buck, his first deer, with one shot at 125 yards.

First-time hunter Joe Bartoletti of Carrollton, TX was after a ram with mass and length, and it happened on Dec. 17, 2016. This Painted Desert ram measured 34 1/2 inches with bases of more than 10 1/2 inches.

Austen Mudd of Carrollton, TX took this Corsican with one shot after a lengthy hunt on Dec. 16, 2016. The ram measured out at more than 34 inches. It was the first sheep Mudd has taken.

Ronny Schwehyer of Cedar Hill, TX took this massive Mouflon ram on Dec. 9, 2016. Ronny, who came away with an in-tact trophy Mouflon two weeks earlier, saw this even larger trophy with part of one side broken off from fighting and returned to take him on Dec. 9. The von Netzer Ranch discounts rams with broken-off horns in all species. This particular ram, estimated to be nearly 9 years old, measured 33 inches on his in-tact side but was missing at least 2 1/2 inches from that side. That makes him the largest Mouflon ram taken in more than 15 years of hunting these majestic sheep on the von Netzer Ranch.

Jeff Krause of Ft. Worth, TX hunted an Axis buck for nearly 3 days on the low-fenced von Netzer Ranch before taking this one on Dec. 11, 2016. The young buck proved to be a freezer filler. It took 3 men to load the large-bodied deer into the back of the ranch pickup.

Nine-year-old Parker Boles of San Antonio took this young management Mouflon ram with one shot on Dec. 2, 2016.

Ronny Schwehyer of Cedar Hill, TX came away with this massive old Mouflon ram on Nov. 29, 2016. The ram, estimated to be 9 years old, measured out at nearly 30 1/2 inches but was missing nearly 2 inches broomed off from fighting and grazing. The bases measured out at more than 10 inches.

Audie Zwahr of Spring, TX hunted for much of the day before taking this huge Black Hawaiian ram with one shot on Nov. 19, 2016. The ram measured almost 39 inches with bases measuring almost 11 inches.

John Piehl of Flushear, TX took this mature Mouflon ram on Nov. 11, 2016. The ram measured 30 1/2 inches but was missing at least 3 inches from fighting making him a world-class Mouflon.

Lisa Schweyher of Cedar Hill, TX took this 4-year-old Mouflon type ram on Nov. 4, 2016 with one shot at 90 yards after hunting him for much of the day. Lisa previously took a Texas Dall on the von Netzer ranch close to the same location.

New, November 2016: Don Koetting of Thibodaux, LA, took this 5-year-old Mouflon ram with one shot on Nov. 2, 2016. Don had been waiting on his chance for a pureblood Mouflon for 4 years.

Ryan Serrette of Breaux Bridge, La. took this 4-year-old Corsican ram on March 4, 2016. The ram measured 33 inches with bases measuring 10 1/2 inches.

Eric Busch from Barney, N.D. took this large Black Hawaiian ram on March 5, 2016. The 4-year-old ram measured more than 34 inches with bases measuring more than 10 inches.

Nick Muhlbauer of Spring, TX took this Mouflon ram on March 7, 2016. The 4-year-old ram measured more than 30 inches with bases of nearly 10 inches.

Audie Zwahr of Houston took this 5 1/2-year-old Mouflon ram with one shot on Feb. 13, 2016. The ram measured 32 inches with 10-inch bases.

Frank Renfro of Amarillo took this 3 1/2-year-old tan Corsican on Feb. 4, 2016. The ram had bases of nearly 10 inches and measured 34 1/4 with nearly 2 inches broomed off.

Wes Lester of Houston waited 4 years to hunt a trophy Mouflon on the von Netzer Ranch, but it was worth the wait. Wes took this 5 1/2-year-old ram after a lengthy stalk on Jan. 30, 2016. The ram measured 32 1/2 inches but was missing almost 2 inches from fighting. It had bases measuring 10 1/2 inches.

Terry Enfield of Arthur, Nebraska took this huge Black Hawaiian ram on Jan. 18, 2016. The 3 1/2-year-old ram measured 36 inches with 10 1/2-inch bases.

Jason Moore of Dallas took this 3-year-old Black Hawaiian ram on Jan. 8, 2016. The ram had bases measuring 10 inches and had horns measuring more than 31 inches with about 2 inches broomed off.

Bill Coombs of Kodiak, Alaska hunted this huge 9-year-old Mouflon ram for more than a day and a half before taking him on Jan. 7, 2016. The ram was missing a substantial length on both sides from fighting. It's estimated this majestic ram would have measured out at least 34 inches.

Robert Walton of Huntington Beach, CA took this Mouflon ram on Dec. 21, 2015. The ram measured 32 1/2 inches with more than an inch broomed off.

Brandon Walton, left, and his son Robert took a Blackbuck doe on Dec. 20, 2015.

Brandon Walton of Liberty, Utah took this large Black Hawaiian ram on Dec. 22, 2015. The 2-year-old ram's mass had bases of 10 1/2 inches.

Ross, left, and his dad Ty Bruggemann of Keller, TX were hunting together on Dec. 20, 2015 when Ty took this whitetail buck.

Ross Bruggemann of Keller, TX took this 3-year-old Black Hawaiian ram on Dec. 18, 2015 with one shot at 130 yards. The ram measured 35 1/2 inches with bases measuring almost 11 inches. It was Ross' first time to hunt sheep.

Bill Stonestreet of Katy, TX took this impressive Mouflon ram on Dec. 16, 2015 after hunting the sheep for 2 days. The 5-year-old ram measured 32 1/4 inches on his good side but was missing at least 2 full inches from being broomed off.

Jeff Krause of Fort Worth took this Black Hawaiian ram on Dec. 8, 2015. The ram measured 34 inches with bases measuring almost 11 inches.

Bill Campbell of Mountain Home, TX took this tan Corsican on Nov. 15, 2015. The nearly 4-year-old ram measured 34 1/4 inches despite having more than an inch broomed off. Its bases measured almost 10 inches.

Geoff Wooding of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada took this Blackbuck antelope buck on Nov. 11, 2015 after a 2-day-long stalk. The buck measured 19 inches and had a width of 22 inches.

Byron Carruthers of Blackfalls, Alberta, Canada took this huge Mouflon ram on Nov. 10, 2015. The 6 1/2-year-old ram measured 33 inches but had at least 2 inches broomed off.

Audie Zwahr of Spring, TX took this Painted Desert on Nov. 11, 2015 after a day-long stalk. The 3-year-old ram measured more than 33 inches with bases of more than 10 inches.

Ronny Schweyher of Cedar Hill, TX. took this massive Black Hawaiian ram on Oct. 31, 2015. The 3-year-old ram measured just shy of 39 inches with bases measuring 10 1/2 inches.

John Piehl of Fulshear, TX took this beautiful tan Corsican ram on Feb. 16, 2015. The 3-year-old ram measured just over 33 inches.

Nick Muhlbauer of Gillette, WY took this beautiful Corsican ram on Feb. 16, 2015. It was his first ram hunt. The ram measured 34 inches with 10-plus-inch bases.

Eric Busch of Barney, N.D. took this monster 4-horn ram on Feb. 15, 2015.

Ryan Serrette of Breaux Bridge, LA. took this large Texas Dall ram on Feb. 15,2015. The ram measured 35 inches with at least another inch groomed off.

Eric Busch of Barney, N.D. took this large Corsican ram with one shot at 175 yards on Feb. 15,2015. The ram measured just shy of 34 inches.

Frank Renfro of Amarillo, who previously completed his Texas Slam in multiple trips to the von Netzer Ranch, decided to start on another slam on Feb. 6, 2015. He began the new slam in impressive fashion by taking this Black Hawaiian measuring 36 1/4 inches.

Omair Ahmed of Porter, TX took this unique 4-horn ram on Jan. 30. This impressive ram was just 2 years old.

Terry and his wife, Cheri, of Arthur, NE hunted together on Jan. 21, 2015 on Terry's third trip to the von Netzer Ranch. Terry took this 2-year-old Painted Desert ram with one shot at 100 yards. The ram measured 33 1/4 inches with bases measuring almost 10 inches.

Mike Easley of Abilene took this Mouflon ram with one shot on Jan. 8, 2015 after a lengthy pursuit. The ram measured 30 3/4 inches but was missing at least 2 full inches from fighting and grazing.

Chad Tate of Summit, MS, took this 4-horned ram with one shot at nearly 200 yards on Jan. 6, 2015.

Terrie Olson of Summit, MS took this monster Corsican with one shot at 150 yards on Jan. 6, 2015. The ram, Terrie's first, will be hard to top. It measured 36 3/4 inches with 10-plus inch bases. She hunted this particular ram for 6-straight hours before finally getting a shot.

Jason Moore and his 9-year-old son Max from Dallas were hunting together when Jason took this Painted Desert ram with one shot on Jan. 2, 2015. The 5-year-old ram measured 32 1/2 inches but was missing about 2 inches from fighting.

Max and his dad, Jason Moore, of Dallas were together when 9-year-old Max took this tan Corsican ram on Jan. 3, 2015. The ram, the first Max has taken, measured 30 1/2 inches.
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