Over the course of several hours sitting there in all my clothes, rain gear, and sleeping bag just to stay warm in the wind, pretty much all of the sheep worked their way into and across that grassy draw and began to bed down in the same area for the night. We decided that this could be my opportunity. With darkness approaching fast, we carefully pegged exactly where that ram was bedded and waited. At about 11 pm, as it was really starting to get dark, Gary and I took off on the short but exposed stalk. Fortunately for us, sheep don't see well in the dark, and half of them were already asleep. We quickly made our way across the hill, but spooked two rams that were below us. As the rams took off, all the other sheep, including my ram, stood up. They couldn't see us, but they could see the spooking rams. Before they could move and get mixed up, I laid down and dropped the ram at 400 yards.