wasn't sure where to post this. we're in bow season right now, and a lot of people have been getting mobbed on their corn by these feral goats that are moving into the area. it's like the hogs aren't a big enough problem, so now we have goats. i called the game warden and checked it out with him, and he said we could shoot all we want. i have shot mouflon and aoudad, and really enjoy it because it's so challenging to stalk these suckers. they are 5 times spookier than a whitetail. after a few failed attempts at getting close, we put an hour long stalk on this herd. there were all different mutt goats in this herd, but most looked like boers. we figured out they were coming into this field at the base of a bluff, and we couldn't get close because they had a lookout. we walked straight away and circled downwind of them in the salt cedars. we caught them in the salt cedars at the base of the bluff. the first one i got in the lungs and she ran up the bluff with the rest of them, then did a backflip from 20 feet up and died. shot was 35 yards. the next one was between two boulders at 45 yards and i double lunged her too. i was using my browning tornado bow, muzzy 125 grn broadheads, and beman ics 400 arrows. we got both of the goats to the vehicle a mile away and got them home and butchered. i don't know if they will be good or not, but i am not in the habit of wasting meat. if it's not good, i've killed my last two. if it's good, i can add another animal to the list of what goes in the freezer! in the one pic you have to maximize it to see them on the rocks after our second failed stalk. you can only see the white ones. you can also see a good view of where we bowhunt and why it is so hard. thanks for reading!