This is a question we get asked time and time again .... here's some questions to ask yourself:
What are you comfortable with in the field?
If your answer to the above questions is:
Keep in mind - our hunts are from the first of August through the End of September for both the Unguided and Guided Caribou hunts. Therefore, you'll want to figure out the best time frame which you'll be "most" comfortable out in the field.
Anytime during "our" hunting season is generally a great time to be out there hunting - being prepared for the hunt is your first responsibility. You'll want to ensure you have the equipment and personal gear packed for layering - as even in the first part of the season we can get rain, wind and snow ....
REMEMBER YOU ARE COMING UP ABOVE THE ARCTIC CIRCLE IN ALASKA!
You're not going to be camping out at a desert lake in Arizona ... you'll want to pack accordingly (see the Suggested Gear List).
Check out this great video from one of our groups who went on a DIY drop camp hunt in the Brooks Range.
Caribou Hunting Alaska (DIY or Guided)
Caribou Hunting Alaska
Alaska Hunting, Fishing or Bear Viewing w/ Camp Gear Rental
Alaska Moose Hunting (DIY or Guided)
Unguided or Guided Hunt?
Alaska Arctic Grizzly Hunting
Alaska Brown Bear Hunting
For any client with a weight over 220#’s (FAA Average is 175#’s for a Male), an additional Surcharge will be REQUIRED in the amount of $500/client exceeding the 220# weight limit