9 days from $21,995
Hunting Dall Sheep is a wonderful experience. This wild mountain sheep lives in the absolute wilderness of the mountains of the Brooks Range, and in other mountain districts such as the Alaska Range etc.
The Brooks Range is the most northernly mountain range in Alaska, where we hunt Dall Sheep, grizzly bear, caribou and there is even the chance of wolf.
The district is part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
This hunt is defined as a rucksack-hunt. That is to say that the hunter must be in good physical shape, and able to carry his own equipment. The hunt starts out from tented camp, and will involve walking up in the mountains, so make sure you are well prepared in advance.
You will fly, via Anchorage, to Fairbanks, then further on to Coldfoot, from here you will continue in a chartered plane to the hunting district in the Arctic National Wildlife Range. Here hunters will overnight in small tents during the entire hunt, so it is important to bring along the correct equipment; a good sleeping bag, sleeping mat, large rucksack etc. (you will be given a packing list...Read more
Arctic National Wildlife Range - Brooks Range. The hunting district lies in the Mollie Beattie Wilderness section of the Refuge. Mollie Beattie is the second largest wilderness district in the USA, and has an area of some 3,200,000 hectares. The district consists of the catchment of the River Hulahula and is bordered by the Franklin-mountains to the west and the Romanzof-mountains to the...Read more
Joey Klutsch from Aniakchak Guide Service offers fully guided hunts on federal land on Kodiak Island where you can find brown bear, mountain goat and Sitka Blacktail Deer. It is also possible to hunt brown bear and moose in Becharof National Wildlife Refuge (next to the southern border of Katmai National Park) and Aniakchak National Monument & Meshik River Valley on the Alaskan...Read more
Scientific Name: Ursus arctos Subspecies: 1. Alaskan Brown Bear or Kodiak Bear (Ursus a. middendorffi): Coastal areas of southern Alaska. 2. Grizzly Bear (Ursus a. horribilis): Alaska (the central part), north and west Canada, in the USA from Montana over Idaho and Wyoming to Colorado, and south to Sonora, Mexico. Habitat: 1 Alaskan Brown Bear: Coastal areas and islands close to the main land....Read more
Scientific Name: Rangifer tarandus Subspecies: A total of 10 different subspecies have been described for the northern hemisphere, but only the three most important subspecies are mentioned below. 1. North American Caribou (Rangifer t. caribou): Alaska and Canada from the border to Alaska to Newfoundland. 2. Alaskan Caribou (Rangifer t. granti): Alaska. 3. Greenland Reindeer (Rangifer t....Read more
Scientific Name: Ovis dalli Subspecies: Dall Sheep (Ovis d. dalli): Alaska, Yukon and northern B.C. Stone Sheep (Ovis d. stonei): Southern Yukon and northern B.C. Habitat: Alpine pasture above the treeline up to 2.500 m. Description: Middle-sized wild sheep weighing around 120 kg and measuring up to1,05 m. over the shoulder, reaching a total body length of 1,55 m. The coat is almost pure white...Read more
Scientific Name: Canis lupus Subspecies: Circumpolar in the northern hemisphere. Worldwide there used to be 6 subspecies, three of which lived in North America, one, however, has become extinct, which leaves us two: 1. Eastern Timberwolf (Canis l. lycaon): Forests in the northern part of the USA and in central Canada. 2. Tundra Wolf (Canis l. tundarum): Tundra and Taiga regions of North America...Read more
Hunt USD 21.995
Charter flights: USD 2.000 (To be paid directly)
Grizzly Bear 1300 USD
Caribou 850 USD
Wolf license 100 USD
Trophy fees if shot:
Grizzly bear USD 7.000
Caribou USD 4.500
Wolf (no trophy fee)