Jim Hens shot this massive 202-inch bighorn in September in the Missouri River Breaks.
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For more than $300,000, Jim Hens bought the Montana Governor's tag and took this incredible, 202-inch Missouri River Breaks bighorn in September. But Hens didn't just fly in and execute a ram. He spent days scouting and years preparing for this bowhunt.
His effort paid off as this ram has the potential to be a Pope and Young world record. It would be his third Pope and Young world-record sheep and it also makes him the first archer to break the 700 Club (taking the four North American sheep species and amassing at least 700 inches of horn).