ALASKA HUNTING INFO

Black Bear Hunts

Alaska Black Bear Hunting in Units 14/16/19: This hunt can be 1×1 or 2×1. We also can custom tailor a hunt to fit your party’s needs.  You will arrive in Anchorage a day or two prior to being flown to one of our base camps (approximately 1-2.5 hours depending on the camp to be hunted). In the spring the hunts are conducted from alpine snow-covered slopes to the coastal shores where the climate is more suitable for early season hungry bears. Unit 16 is a Predator Control Unit, which allows us to bait and hunt a longer season and allows a 3 bear quota for nonresidents! In this unit we have bait stations set up and offer any weapon baited hunts, spot and stalk, floating, or a combination of any of the three. These hunts vary from small cabin accommodations to bomb shelter style tents. These black bear hunts can be as strenuous or as relaxing as one prefers.

 

The fall Alaska black bear hunts are conducted in the same manner, but since fish are plentiful, rivers can be a great way to harvest your trophy. These hunts start August and run through mid-October. The hunter should arrive a day or two ahead of their scheduled hunt dates. this will allow you to make it into your camp the day prior to the hunt starting. These black bear hunts can range from three days to as long as your party would like to stay. This is a very tailored hunt and is built with the client in mind. Fishing can also be done on these hunts at no additional cost.

Conditions of Base Camp and Spike Camp: The bear hunting camps will consist of small remote cabins, wall tents and bomb shelters/arctic ovens, as well as mountaineering tents. This will depend entirely on the area to be hunted and the need for spike camps. The hunter will need to bring their own sleeping bag and sleeping pad. Sleeping bag and pad can be provided upon the client’s request.

Care of Trophy: Your black bear will skinned in the field, head and feet removed, and if time allows fleshed by a professional Alaskan guide. Once back in Anchorage, the trophy will be taken to a quality taxidermist for proper fleshing, salting and sealing. This will be at no charge to the hunter.

Food: Most of the food provided on the bear hunt will be Freeze Dried (Mountain House) due to weight restrictions of the aircraft and type of hunt. Where weight is available, steak, fish, chicken and other perishable food will be provided. Any allergies to food should be specified to the guide/outfitter. A special menu may be provided upon request by the hunter.

Costs Not Included in the Hunt:

Non-Resident License: $ 85.00

Non-Resident Brown Bear Tag: $500.00

Non-Resident Black Bear Tag: $225.00

Non-Resident Moose Tag: $400.00

Non-Resident Fishing License: $15–30

Airfare to/from Anchorage.

Gratuities (10-12% of hunt cost average).

Hotel in Anchorage before and after hunt.

Any cost incurred while not in the field.

*Please Note: We are a vendor of Alaskan licenses and tags.

 

Hunt Success: This is a low volume high success rate black bear hunt. Our Guides take very few hunters per season allowing for a high success in harvesting a trophy. They will provide the hunter with the best possible means of harvesting their trophy of a lifetime. We hunt in Unit 6, 7, 9, 14, 16, 19, and 20. We hunt mostly on State and Native owned lands. Other areas may be hunted with prior arrangements. The area is quite large allowing us to move camps if the need arises. Black bears come in an array of sizes and shapes. We try to only harvest mature trophy quality animals. While the guide has the ultimate authority of determining a legal animal, the client is always left the decision whether he/she feels the animal is the trophy they came to harvest.

Dates and Availability: April – June or August – November.*

We suggest you arrive at the main camp a day or two prior to your scheduled bear hunt. Alaska laws prohibits shooting an animal the same day you have flown in an aircraft. Because of this, you will be placed in your hunting camp the day prior to the start of the hunt. The Alaska hunting regulations and the rules of “fair chase” are strictly enforced. WE WILL NEVER HUNT THE SAME DAY YOU FLY.Also, sows with cubs are not legal animals in Alaska so please don’t ask to shoot them!

*Please Note: these dates are only guidelines and will vary depending on the year and regulation changes.

Pricing: These hunts are either 1×1 or 2×1 or set to parties request and are all-inclusive once you leave Anchorage until you return. The cost for these hunts vary depending on number of hunters and days to be hunted.  1×1 5 days in the field Up to 3 Bears! $5,400.00
2×1 5 days in the field Up to 6 Bears! $9,000.00
Call for quotes on larger parties. All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Outfitter will provide: All camping equipment required for the hunt, not to include any and all personal gear and clothing of the hunter. All food, and water, shelter, cooking equipment, aircraft to and from the field and all fuel required will be provided. Anything required to conduct the contracted hunt will be provided minus personal gear and weapons of the hunter.

The hunter will provide: All personal gear and clothing. A weapon of choice (30 caliber or larger preferred) and all bullets, arrows, etc. As well as their own license and tags for the species to be hunted. Any camera gear and film and any alcohol will be the responsibility of the client.  A list of hunting gear and clothing will be provided upon receipt of signed contract and deposit.

Barron Ground Caribou Hunts

Our Alaskan Caribou hunts will take place in either unit 16, 19 or unit 20. They will be 7 day hunts and are all-inclusive once you arrive at base camp. Some of these hunts require the hunter to charter a small plane to the hunting area. The cost for these flights vary from $600 $1,200.00 dollars. Charter rates will be quoted prior to contracting the hunt. Hunts can be 2×1 or 1×1 upon request. The cost will be $5,200.00 each for 2×1 and $6,200.00 for 1×1 hunts. The hunter can also hunt   Black Bear for an additional $1,000.00 each (one bear maximum for each hunter). Brown Bear may also be added to this Caribou Hunt for a trophy fee of $8,000.00, depending on the area hunted. You will arrive in Anchorage the day prior to your Caribou Hunt. Some camps may go in by horseback or may be flown in by small aircraft. This will depend on the area to be hunted.

Once in base camp, you may be taken to a spike camp for more optimal hunting conditions. You will do lots of glassing and hiking. In some cases fishing may be available as well. After the completion of your caribou hunt, you will be picked up by plane or horseback and returned back to base camp and/or Anchorage. The cost of the flight back to Anchorage will be part of the hunter’s charter flight and will be their responsibility. Our Guide is not responsible for weather delays, mechanical, or other issues related to the Air Taxi service. We will, however, do our best to accommodate any delays and will assist in booking the charter flights for the hunter.

Conditions of Base Camp and Spike Camp: The Caribou Hunting camps will consist of small remote cabins, wall tents and bomb shelters/arctic ovens, as well as mountaineering tents. This will depend entirely on the area to be hunted and the need for spike camps. The hunter will need to bring their own sleeping bag and sleeping pad. Sleeping bag and pad can be provided upon the client’s request.

Care of Trophy: Your trophy Caribou will skinned in the field, head and feet removed, and if time allows fleshed by a professional Alaskan guide. Once back in Anchorage, the trophy will be taken to a quality taxidermist for proper fleshing, salting and sealing. This will be at no charge to the hunter.

Food: Most of the food provided on the hunt will be Freeze Dried (Mountain House) due to weight restrictions of the aircraft and type of hunt. Where weight is available, steak, fish, chicken and other perishable food will be provided. Any allergies to food should be specified to the guide/outfitter. A special menu may be provided upon request by the hunter.

Costs Not Included in the Hunt:

Non-Resident license: $85                                                           Non-Resident Caribou tag: $325

Non-Resident Moose tag: $400                                                 Non-Resident Brown bear tag: $500

Non-Resident Black bear tag: $225                                         Non-Resident Wolf tag: $30

Non-Resident Fishing license: $20 to $55(1 to 7 day)      Airfare to/from Anchorage

Hotel in Anchorage before and after hunt                            Gratuities (10-12% of hunt cost average)

Any cost incurred while not in the field

*Please Note: We are a vendor of Alaskan licenses and tags.

 

Hunt Success: This is a low volume high success rate hunt. Our Guides take very few hunters per season allowing for a high success in harvesting a trophy Caribou. They do not sell animals nor do they guarantee one. I do guarantee a quality Alaskan Caribou Hunt with a professional staff to provide the hunter with the best possible means of harvesting their trophy of a lifetime. Our staff are not only guides, but hunters themselves. We hunt in Unit 6, 9, 14, 16, 19, and 20. We hunt mostly on State and Native owned lands. Other areas may be hunted with prior arrangements. The area is quite large allowing us to move camps if the need arises. Caribou come in an array of sizes and shapes. We try to only harvest mature trophy quality animals. While the guide has the ultimate authority of determining a legal animal, the client is always left the decision whether he/she feels the Caribou is the trophy they came to harvest.

Dates and Availability: August 10 – September 20.* We suggest you arrive at the main camp a day or two prior to your scheduled hunt. Alaska laws prohibit shooting an animal the same day you have flown in an aircraft. Because of this, you will be placed in your hunting camp the day prior to the start of the hunt. The Alaska regulations and the rules of “fair chase” are strictly enforced. WE WILL NEVER HUNT THE SAME DAY YOU FLY.

*Please Note: These dates are only guidelines and will vary depending on the year and regulation changes.

 

Pricing: These hunts are either 1×1 or 2×1 7-day hunts and are all-inclusive once you reach base camp. The cost for these hunts is $5,200.00 for 2×1 and $6,2000.00 for 1×1. All hunts are in US Dollars.

Outfitter will provide: All camping equipment required for the hunt, not to include any and all personal gear and clothing of the hunter. All food, and water, shelter, cooking equipment, aircraft to and from the field and all fuel required will be provided. Anything required to conduct the contracted hunt will be provided minus personal gear and weapons of the hunter.

The hunter will provide: All personal gear and clothing. A weapon of choice (30 caliber or larger preferred) and all bullets, arrows, etc. As well as their own license and tags for the species to be hunted. Any camera gear or film as well as alcohol will be the responsibility of the client.

A list of hunting gear and clothing will be provided upon receipt of signed contract and deposit.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.

Moose Hunts

These particular Alaskan Moose hunts will take place in unit 6, unit 14, or unit 16. They will be ten day hunts and are all-inclusive once you depart Anchorage for the field. Hunts can be 2×1 or 1×1 upon request. The cost will be $13,500.00 each for 2×1 and $15,500.00 for 1×1 hunts. The hunter can also hunt black bear at no additional cost (three bears maximum). Brown bear may also be added to this hunt for a trophy fee of $7,000.00, depending on the area hunted.

Hunt Description: This hunt can be 1×1 or 2×1 per the hunter’s request.
You will arrive in Anchorage the day prior to your hunt. There will be no additional cost to the hunter for air charter once they have reached Anchorage. Some camps may go in by horseback or may be flown in by small aircraft. This will depend on the area to be hunted.

Once in base camp, you may be taken to a spike camp for more optimal hunting conditions. You will do lots of glassing, calling, and hiking. In some cases fishing may be available as well. After the completion of your hunt, you will be picked up by plane or horseback and returned back to base camp and/or Anchorage. The cost of the above mentioned will be included in the cost of the hunt.

Base Camp and Spike Camp: The camps will consist of small remote cabins, wall tents and bomb shelters/arctic ovens, as well as mountaineering tents. This will depend entirely on the area to be hunted and the need for spike camps. The hunter will need to bring their own sleeping bag and sleeping pad. Sleeping bag and pad can be provided upon the client’s request.

Care of Trophy: Your moose or bear will skinned in the field, head and feet removed, and if time allows fleshed by a professional Alaskan guide. Once back in Anchorage, the trophy will be taken to a quality taxidermist for proper fleshing, salting and sealing. This will be at no charge to the hunter.

Food: Most of the food provided on the hunt will be Freeze Dried (Mountain House) due to weight restrictions of the aircraft and type of hunt. Where weight is available, steak, fish, chicken and other perishable food will be provided. Other foods such as summer sausage, lunch meat, bacon, cheeses, bagels, breakfast foods, snack foods, various candy, and special request from hunters. Any allergies to food should be specified to the guide/outfitter. A special menu may be provided upon request by the hunter.

 

Costs Not Included in the Hunt:
  • Non-Resident License: $ 85.00
  • Non-Resident Brown bear Tag: $500.00
  • Non-Resident Black bear Tag: $225.00
  • Non-Resident Moose Tag: $400.00
  • Non-Resident Wolf: $30.00
  • Non-Resident Fishing License: $30 to $55(depends on the amount of day’s)
  • Airfare to/from Anchorage
  • Gratuities (10-12% of hunt cost average)
  • Hotel in Anchorage before and after hunt
  • Any cost incurred while not in the field.

Please Note: We are a vendor of Alaskan licenses and tags.

 

Hunt Success: This is a low volume high success rate hunt. Our Guides take very few hunters per season allowing for a high success in harvesting a trophy. They do not sell animals nor do they guarantee one. We do guarantee a quality hunt with professional staff to provide the hunter with the best possible means of harvesting their trophy of a lifetime. Our staff are not only guides, but hunters themselves. We hunt in Unit 6, 9, 14, 16, 19, and 20. We hunt mostly on State and Native owned lands. Other areas may be hunted with prior arrangements. The area is quite large allowing us to move camps if the need arises. Moose and bear come in an array of sizes and shapes. We try to only harvest mature trophy quality animals. While the guide has the ultimate authority of determining a legal animal, the client is always left the decision whether he/she feels the animal is the trophy they came to harvest.

Dates and Availability: August 20 – November 30.* We suggest you arrive at the main camp a day or two prior to your scheduled hunt. Alaska laws prohibits shooting an animal the same day you have flown in an aircraft. Because of this, you will be placed in your hunting camp the day prior to the start of the hunt. The Alaska hunting regulations and the rules of “fair chase” are strictly enforced. WE WILL NEVER HUNT THE SAME DAY YOU FLY.

*Note: these dates are only guidelines and will vary depending on the year and regulation changes. 

The hunter will provide: All personal gear and clothing. A weapon of choice (30 caliber or larger preferred) and all bullets, arrows, etc. As well as their own license and tags for the species to be hunted. Any camera gear and film. Any alcohol will be the responsibility of the client. A list of hunting gear and clothing will be provided upon receipt of signed contract and deposit.

Grizzly/Brown Bear Hunts

Our Bear Guides have 48 Boone & Crockett Grizzly and Brown bears taken over the past 30 years! Jon Baker’s Guide 4 Adventure offers the finest in fair chase hunts for Brown/Grizzly and Black Bear in some of the best areas of Alaska, including Unit 9 for Brown Bear & Moose, Unit 21 for Grizzly & Moose and Unit 6 for Black Bear. We also offer Spring Black Bear hunts in Prince William Sound.

Our Outfitters have over 30 years of guiding experience all over the great state of Alaska!

Bear hunting in the remote, yet vast areas of Alaska can be challenging, especially due to weather, the terrain and physical condition of the participants. Although our clients are asked to bring many of their own hunting and camping supplies, the gear we do provide is of the highest quality for this type of use, making the environmental challenges that Alaska throws at us much easier to deal with. However challenging, these hunts are also very rewarding – Our Outfitters have always strived to deliver a high success rate over the years of operation and will continue to do so. During our hunt trips, clients will typically spot 5-10 bears per day on the Unit 21 August Grizzly Bear Hunt and around 1 bear per day on the September Moose/Grizzly combo hunt – this is because during this time, the bears are feeding on berries rather than fish and are more spread out throughout the area.

All in all, the best part about hunting or fishing with us is that we know our Outfitters personally and consider them family. Rick and his wife, Lori, do almost all of the guiding with an assistant guide to help from time to time but rest assured, they will be part of every hunt or fishing trip. The personalized service is what we have found over the years to be why our guests come back.

 Hunt Openings

4 openings for the 2014 Grizzly/Fishing combo trip

4 openings for the Fall 2015 Brown Bear hunt

4 openings for the 2015 Moose/Bear combo hunt

    See below for pricing – or contact us about booking further out.

SPECIALS — Great Pricing!

2014 8 Day Combo Grizzly/Fishing Float – $12,000

2015 Moose/Bear Combo Hunt – $18,000 + $6,000 Trophy Fee for 2nd Animal

2015 Unit 9 Brown Bear Hunt – $21,000

The above prices do not include:

Non-Resident Hunting License – $85.00

Alaska Resident Hunting License – $25.00

Non-Resident Brown Bear/Grizzly Locking Tag – $500.00

Non-Resident Moose Locking Tag – $400.00

For purchase/info on licenses & tags, please visit the Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game

We are proud to provide you with personal service and a successful Grizzly or Brown Bear hunt here in the Alaskan Wilderness. We offer many different fall and spring guided Alaskan Brown Bear and Alaskan Grizzly Bear hunting trips.

As you probably know, the term “Brown Bear” is commonly used to refer to the members of this species found in coastal areas of Alaska where their primary food source is salmon and the bears can be considerably larger. Brown bears typically found inland and in the northern part of Alaska are known as Grizzlies.

Hunting with us you will see for yourself that bears have amazing senses. You might have heard the saying that “when a tree falls in the forest a Deer hears it, an Eagle sees it, and a Bear smells it!” Join us on one of our hunts here in Alaska and experience the amazing experience of a successful Black, Brown, or Grizzly Bear hunt that you will never forget.

Recommended Gear List:

These are the recommended items to bring with you on your Grizzly Expedition

·  * Rifle (.300 or higher caliber)
·  Ammunition (at least 2 boxes)
·  Soft Gun Case & Cleaning Kit
·  Large Day Pack
·  Scope covers
·  Camera(s) w/ extra memory card
·  Binoculars (8x or 10x)
·  Small flash light w/ extra batteries
·  Hunting knife
·  Dark sunglasses
·  Spare glasses/contact lenses
·  Personal Medication
·  Shaving materials
·  Towel & washcloth
·  Sun block & Lip Balm
·  Long Underwear
·  Wool Socks
·  Camp shoes/boots
·  Shirts
·  Polar Fleece (pants & jacket)
·  Hip boots or breathable chest waders (no felt bottoms)
·  Good rain gear
·  Warm Hat
·  Gloves & liners
·  Reading Material (2 books)
·  Satellite Phone (optional)

 

License(s) & Locking Tag(s) — see above

Note: Your gear should not exceed 100 .lbs and should be packed in soft duffle bags. Upon reaching the remote village the hunt will start from, we ask that you repack your gear into medium duffle bags and your day pack to better assist in loading the small high performance planes we utilize in the bush.

* We highly recommend the heavier belted magnum calibers in a bolt action with a minimum bullet weight of 200 grains. The 300 Weatherby .375 H&H Mag. or the .416 Remington Mag. are all well suited for bear and moose hunting. Check all screws for tightness. If you hand load check to be sure all cartridges will chamber and eject properly.

Goat Hunts

These Alaskan mountain goat hunts will take place in either unit 7 or 14 (Drawing Only). The hunts are 7 day hunts and are all-inclusive once you depart Anchorage for the field. Hunts can be 1×1 or 2×1 upon request. The cost will be $7,000.00 each for 2×1 and $8,500.00 for 1×1 hunts. The hunter can also hunt black bear at no additional cost (one bear maximum). Brown bear may also be added to this hunt for a trophy fee of $8,000.00, depending on the area hunted.

Hunt Description: You will arrive in Anchorage the day prior to your hunt. There will be no additional cost to the hunter for air charter once they have reached Anchorage. Some camps may go in by horseback or may be flown in by small aircraft. This will depend on the area to be hunted. Once in base camp, you may be taken to a spike camp for more optimal hunting conditions. You will do lots of glassing and hiking. In some cases fishing may be available as well. After the completion of your hunt, you will be picked up by plane or horseback and returned back to base camp and/or Anchorage. The cost of the above mentioned will be included in the cost of the hunt.

Conditions of Base Camp and Spike Camp: The camps will consist of small remote cabins, wall tents and bomb shelters/arctic ovens, as well as mountaineering tents. This will depend entirely on the area to be hunted and the need for spike camps. The hunter will need to bring their own sleeping bag and sleeping pad. Sleeping bag and pad can be provided upon the client’s request.

Care of Trophy: Your trophy will be skinned in the field, head and feet removed, and if time allows fleshed by a professional Alaskan guide. Once back in Anchorage, the trophy will be taken to a quality taxidermist for proper fleshing, salting and sealing. This will be at no charge to the hunter.

Food: Most of the food provided on the hunt will be Freeze Dried (Mountain House) due to weight restrictions of the aircraft and type of hunt. Where weight is available, steak, fish, chicken and other perishable food will be provided. Other foods such as summer sausage, lunch meat, bacon, cheeses, bagels, breakfast foods, snack foods, various candy, and special request from hunters. Any allergies to food should be specified to the guide/outfitter. A special menu may be provided upon request by the hunter.

Costs Not Included in the Hunt:

  • Non-Resident license: $ 85.00

  • Non-Resident goat tag: $300.00

  • Non-Resident sheep tag: $425.00

  • Non-Resident brown bear tag: $500.00

  • Non-Resident black bear tag: $225.00

  • Non-Resident moose tag: $400.00

  • Non-Resident fishing license: $15–30

  • Airfare to/from Anchorage.

  • Gratuities (10-12% of hunt cost average).

  • Hotel in Anchorage before and after hunt.

  • Any cost incurred while not in the field.

  • Processing, packaging, and shipping of any meat or fish.

 

*Please Note: We are a vendor of Alaskan licenses and tags.

Hunt Success: This is a low volume high success rate hunt. Our Guides take very few hunters per season allowing for a high success in harvesting a trophy. They do not sell animals nor do they guarantee one. I do guarantee a quality hunt with professional staff to provide the hunter with the best possible means of harvesting their trophy of a lifetime. Our staff are not only guides, but hunters themselves. We hunt in Unit 6, 7, 9, 14, 16, 19, and 20. Some of these units are hunted through partner outfitters. We hunt mostly on State and Native owned lands. Other areas may be hunted with prior arrangements. The area is quite large allowing us to move camps if the need arises. Goat populations are sensitive to the harvesting of nannies. Because of this, we try and only harvest older, mature, trophy quality Billies. While the guide has the ultimate authority of determining a legal animal, the client is always left the decision whether he/she feels the animal is the trophy they came to harvest.

Dates and Availability: September – November.*

We suggest you arrive at the main camp a day or two prior to your scheduled hunt. Alaska laws prohibits shooting an animal the same day you have flown in an aircraft. Because of this, you will be placed in your hunting camp the day prior to the start of the hunt. The Alaska hunting regulations and the rules of “fair chase” are strictly enforced. WE WILL NEVER HUNT THE SAME DAY YOU FLY.

*Please Note: these dates are only guidelines and will vary depending on the year and regulation changes.

Pricing: These hunts are either 1×1 or 2×1 ten day hunts and are all-inclusive once you leave Anchorage until you return. The cost for these hunts is $7,000.00 for 2×1 and $8,5000.00 for 1×1. All hunts are in US Dollars.

Outfitter will provide: All camping equipment required for the hunt, not to include any and all personal gear and clothing of the hunter. All food, and water, shelter, cooking equipment, aircraft to and from the field and all fuel required will be provided. Anything required to conduct the contracted hunt will be provided minus personal gear and weapons of the hunter.

The hunter will provide: All personal gear and clothing. A weapon of choice (30 caliber or larger preferred) and all bullets, arrows, etc. As well as their own license and tags for the species to be hunted. Any camera gear and film. Any alcohol will be the responsibility of the client. Gratuities for the staff.

A list of hunting gear and clothing will be provided upon receipt of signed contract and deposit.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.

Dall Sheep Hunts

These Alaska Dall sheep hunts will take place in either unit 14C (Drawing Only), 16, or 19. The hunts are ten day hunts and are all-inclusive once you depart Anchorage for the field. Hunts can be 1×1 or 2×1 upon request. The cost will be $12,500.00 each for 2×1 and $13,500.00 for 1×1 hunts. The hunter can also hunt black bear at no additional cost (one bear maximum). Brown bear may also be added to this hunt for a trophy fee of $8,000.00, depending on the area hunted.

Hunt Description: You will arrive in Anchorage the day prior to your sheep hunt. There will be no additional cost to the hunter for air charter once they have reached Anchorage. Some camps may go in by horseback or may be flown in by small aircraft. This will depend on the area to be hunted. Once in base camp, you may be taken to a spike camp for more optimal hunting conditions.

You will do lots of glassing and hiking. In some cases fishing may be available as well. After the completion of your hunt, you will be picked up by plane or horseback and returned back to base camp and/or Anchorage. The cost of the above mentioned will be included in the cost of the hunt.

Base Camp and Spike Camp: The Dall sheep hunting camps will consist of small remote cabins, wall tents and bomb shelters/arctic ovens, as well as mountaineering tents. This will depend entirely on the area to be hunted and the need for spike camps. The hunter will need to bring their own sleeping bag and sleeping pad. Sleeping bag and pad can be provided upon the client’s request.

Care of Trophy: Your trophy Dall sheep will be skinned in the field, head and feet removed, and if time allows fleshed by a professional Alaskan guide. Once back in Anchorage, the trophy will be taken to a quality taxidermist for proper fleshing, salting and sealing. This will be at no charge to the hunter.

Food: Most of the food provided on the hunt will be Freeze Dried (Mountain House) due to weight restrictions of the aircraft and type of hunt. Where foods weight is available, steak, fish, chicken and other perishable food will be provided. Any allergies to food should be specified to the guide/outfitter. A special menu may be provided upon request by the hunter.

Costs Not Included in the Hunt:

Non-Resident License: $85.00

Non-Resident Sheep tag: $425.00

Non-Resident Brown bear Tag: $500.00

Non-Resident Black bear Tag: $225.00

Non-Resident Moose Tag: $400.00

Non-Resident Wolf Tag: $30.00

Non-Resident Fishing License: $20 to $55(1 to 7 day)

Airfare to/from Anchorage

Gratuities (10-12% of hunt cost average)

Hotel in Anchorage before and after hunt.

Any cost incurred while not in the field.

Processing, packaging, and shipping of any meat or fish.

 

Please Note: We are a vendor of Alaskan licenses and tags.

Hunt Success: This is a low volume high success rate hunt. Our Guide takes very few hunters per season allowing for a high success in harvesting a trophy. He does not sell animals nor does he guarantee one. We do guarantee a quality hunt with professional staff to provide the hunter with the best possible means of harvesting their trophy of a lifetime. Our staff are not only guides, but hunters themselves. We hunt in Unit 6, 7, 9, 14, 16, 19, and 20 for Dall sheep. Some of these units are hunted through partner outfitters. We hunt mostly on State and Native owned lands. Other areas may be hunted with prior arrangements. The area is quite large allowing us to move camps if the need arises. Dall sheep are becoming rare resource. Because of this, we try and only harvest older, mature, trophy quality animals. While the guide has the ultimate authority of determining a legal animal, the client is always left the decision whether he/she feels the animal is the trophy they came to harvest.

Dates and Availability: August 10 – September 20.*

We suggest you arrive at the main camp a day or two prior to your scheduled hunt. Alaska law prohibits shooting an animal the same day you have flown in an aircraft. Because of this, you will be placed in your hunting camp the day prior to the start of the hunt. The Alaska hunting regulations and the rules of “fair chase” are strictly enforced. WE WILL NEVER HUNT THE SAME DAY YOU FLY.

*Please Note: these dates are only guidelines and will vary depending on the year and regulation changes.

Pricing: These Alaska Dall sheep hunts are either 1×1 or 2×1 ten day hunts and are all-inclusive once you leave Anchorage until you return. The cost for these hunts is $12,500.00 for 2×1 and $13,5000.00 for 1×1. All hunts are in US Dollars.

Outfitter will provide: All camping equipment required for the sheep hunt, not to include any and all personal gear and clothing of the hunter. All food, and water, shelter, cooking equipment, aircraft to and from the field and all fuel required will be provided. Anything required to conduct the contracted hunt will be provided minus personal gear and weapons of the hunter.

The hunter will provide: All personal gear and clothing. A weapon of choice (30 caliber or larger preferred) and all bullets, arrows, etc. As well as their own license and tags for the species to be hunted. The hunter must also bring any camera gear/film. Any alcohol will be the responsibility of the client. Don’t forget gratuities for the staff.

A list of hunting gear and clothing will be provided upon receipt of signed contract and deposit.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.

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