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Alaska Dall Sheep Hunts

Our dall sheep hunts are in a nearly inaccessible area of the interior where we have hunted for over 28 years. It is very mountainous with a fair population of sheep, they run a natural cycle of ups and down in relation to weather and predatory conditions, to date we have seen no other hunters within this area so hunting pressure is very small. The rams our clients take average a great deal larger than the average taken from more easily accessible areas.

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Good physical conditioning is important, the better shape a person is in the more enjoyable the hunt can be and it may have some relationship with success. Footwear is also very important. We recommend mountaineering boots made by Koflach, raincoat & pants, gaiters and rain hat. Backpack, sleeping bag & pad and clothing appropriate for mountain hunting, these are the most important and most needed in top quality of any other gear. High quality full size binoculars will also needed. They should be in the 9x35, 10x40 size range, the mini or pocket sizes are next to worthless, on the other side of the fence the really big ones are to heavy when climbing in sheep country.

As for rifles, about any thing that you can shoot well will be ok. The average range is usually around 200 yards. Sheep are not hard to kill, like Mountain Goat and bear so any deer rifle will do.

Alaskan Moose Hunts

Moose season starts August 20th and goes through September 30th. Some backpacking is necessary while hunting but we use pack animals to get the meat, antlers and cape to airstrip. All actual hunting is on foot. Moose range throughout our area where there is timber and bush. The average size taken is in the 60” / 64” range, with a lot of mass and long points.

The cost of getting meat out will involve an extra flight, and this depends on where the moose was taken. If a Super Cub is used a number of flights may be necessary; a 206 can get by with one flight. Again hunt price dose not include any flying cost. Moose are not hard to kill so any rifle you use on deer, sheep and the like is OK if the heaviest bullet is used.
(Note: Our hunts in the Prince William Sound are within the Chugach National Forest,
Under a special use permit issues by the US Forest Service. )