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Description: Stone sheep hunts take place in several mountains ranges accessible by aircraft and horseback only. This outfitter hunts stone sheep on foot or horseback at elevations of 4000 – 7000 ft. Their Stone sheep rams vary in coloration from very dark and saddle backed to a light grey/brown Fannin coloration. Stone sheep are in good supply and the number of trophy rams offers excellent opportunity for the most discriminating sheep hunter.
The area for stone sheep has superior genetics for horn growth. Young rams with horn length exceeding 38" is common, mature rams up to 45" have been harvested. The outfitter has a self imposed quota and a minimum 8 1/2 year age requirement. By following their guidelines they are ensuring a continued resource of mature Stone sheep for clients.
Horseback Stone Sheep Hunt
The horseback camp is based from heated cabins or tents in the mountain ranges, however you can backpack and set up a spike camp in different areas while sheep hunting. The horseback sheep hunts allow you ride out to remote locations and cover a large hunting area. Hunters have to be in “sheep shape” but this hunt is much less demanding than the backpack hunt.
Backpack Stone Sheep Hunt
The backpack Stone sheep hunts start out with a float plane charter into a nearby lake or with a horseback ride to a drop-off point on one of the mountain ranges. These hunts are only for the physically fit and mentally prepared sheep hunter.
Both of our Yukon stone sheep hunting trips are 14 days with 12 full days of hunting, and offer great opportunities for hunting other species.
Transportation/Getting there: call for travel details.
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14 Day Yukon Stone’s/Fannin Sheep Hunt - $25,500 plus trophy fee
10 Day Yukon Stone's/Fannin Sheep Hunt - $23,500 plus trophy fee
-Sheep - $9000
-Sheep on a Moose/Combo Hunt - $16,000
-Moose - $5,500
-Mountain Caribou - $4500
-Grizzly Bear - $6,500
-Black Bear - $2000
-Wolf/Wolverine - $75
Dates: Last week of August through early October
Included: 1x1 guiding, all meals/accommodations while in camp, government harvest fees, all hunting licenses, Hunter Preservation Fees, Yukon fishing license, personal air charters into and out of camp, trophy charter fees, all applicable taxes, all non-personal hunt and camp equipment, field care and preparation of trophies, licensing for all species: moose, mountain caribou, grizzly and black bear, wolf and wolverine (additional trophy fees applicable on harvest – call for details)
Not Included: travel days between Whitehorse, AK and camp, trophy fees for additional trophies taken, shipping of game and taxidermy, and tips/gratuities
Approximate license cost: Included in the packaged rates.