Stated hunt days include 2 days for bush flights in and out of base camp.
All bush flights included in hunt price.
|Alaska Range: April||Hunt Price|
|Wolf||9 days||$5,500||(2 person minimum)|
|Brooks Range: May – June|
|Brooks Range: August – September|
|Sheep||11 days||$20,000*||* Plus Trophy Fee if Additional Species taken|
|Brooks Range: September|
|Moose||10 days||$17,500*||* Plus Trophy Fee if Additional Species taken|
|Alaska Range: September – October|
|* Trophy Fees|
|(if additional animals taken)|
|License and Tag Fees:||Big Game Tag Fees:|
|U.S. Citizen||Non U.S.||U.S. Citizen||Non U.S.|
* Air transportation to/from base camp
* 1×1 guide service
* Accommodations during hunt
* Use of equipment
* Field care of game meat and trophies
* Hotel before and after hunt
* License and Tags
* Meat Processing (unless donated)
* Shipping Meat / Trophies
A 50% deposit is required to confirm your hunt date and price. Deposits are non-refundable for any reason but may be transferred to a substitute hunter acceptable to the outfitter on the same hunt year and terms originally booked. Final balance is due 60 days prior to hunt start date.
Alaska weather conditions can vary dramatically in any given season. As a rule, summer temperatures generally range from 45-75 degrees F, while spring and fall average about 20 degrees cooler. Wind, rain, and snow can be expected at times so your clothing, rain gear, and optics should be of the highest quality available.
Clothing and sleeping bags must be made of materials that are warm and dry out quickly. Any of the good synthetics, especially fleece, along with lightweight lofty synthetic insulation materials are good bets. Cotton and down should be avoided at all costs. Once wet, they are worse than useless and nearly impossible to dry out under field conditions, jeopardizing the comfort and safety of your trip.
Once a trip is booked, you will receive a detailed list of what you will need.
Due to the challenging logistics involved in an Alaska hunt, it is very important to follow the gear list exactly, and to keep weight and bulk to an absolute minimum.