Alaska Sheep Hunting
What to expect:
Your journey begins by taking an air charter to a remote landing strip in the Alaska Range. Have your camera handy as your will be flying through the heart of these mountains and the views are breathtaking. From there you will be met by either Buck himself or your guide and jump on a super cub for another flight to your base camp. Once at base camp all of the hunting will be done on foot. It is possible to hunt your entire 10 or 14-day hunt and not cover the same ground twice. Alaska’s beauty is only surpassed by its vastness. Leaving base camp you and your guide will be carrying everything you need on your back to spike out multiple days. For this reason, along with the terrain you will be walking through is why we strongly encourage a workout program before you come on your hunt. Your spike camp being on your back doesn’t mean the hunt won’t be comfortable. Good gear before hand does make life more enjoyable on these hunts. (link to gear list page). We strive to take good clean ethical shots on our animals, that being said you should be confident in your rifle and shooting distances of 300 yards or on occasion farther depending.
Sheep / Grizzly Combo Hunts
During sheep hunts we have had many clients take trophy caribou, buying a caribou tag is not a bad idea. Wolves can be taken for just the price of the tag. If you book one of the second season sheep hunts we are in great grizzly country and you can either book multi-species hunts. Wolverines are sometimes seen in this country as well, they too are available just for the price of the tag.
*Grizzly and wolverine season opens September 1st each year in our area.