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Description: This outfitter hunts all four major herds of the arctic plain, combined they number around 700,000 animals. Unlike most caribou hunts these hunts are conducted on the calving grounds where they live. The coastal plain comprises only 10 percent of the arctic yet during the summer it is the center of biological activity.
For centuries, caribou have used the coastal tundra to calve, obtain nourishment, avoid insects, and escape predators. The calving grounds of the caribou herds include the northern foothills of the Brooks Range and the arctic coastal plain. The entire caribou herds continue to use the coastal plain when calving is completed.
They do not hope and pray caribou are going to arrive. From May to September they are here. And have been for centuries. The combined guide territories encompass the majority of the arctic plain from east to west and from the continental divide to the Arctic Ocean. They have thousands of square miles in which to hunt.
Fortunately for you there are caribou all across it and this outfitter knows it well. This is little to no competition for our caribou with by far the majority dying of natural causes and not by human predation.
Accommodations: hunters can expect comfortable bed & breakfast upon arrival and tent camp style accommodations for the duration of their hunt
Transportation/Getting there: Clients fly from Anchorage Alaska to Deadhorse, Alaska. From Deadhorse you will charter a plane to base camp. The flight from Anchorage to Deadhorse is approximately $1000 roundtrip per client. It is recommended due to uncertain weather conditions to book flights without fees for changing reservations.
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Included: lodging and meals, transportation during the hunt, service of professional guides (1x1), trophy preparation of game taken
Not Included: transportation to and from Anchorage, charter flights to base camp, tags & hunting licenses taxidermy & transportation of game taken to taxidermist.
Approximate license cost: Non resident caribou tag - $325 and hunting license $85, $150 APHA membership fee