Outfitter # 211

World Class Barren Ground Caribou Hunt



What has happened to all the caribou? There are three things we know for sure: number one - it’s definitely not what it once was in most places, number two - if you ask five different people, about the decline of the caribou in North America, you’ll get five different answers and number three – the caribou draw area in the Alaska Range is still producing world-class Barren Ground caribou. In fact, if you have caribou on the brain, it behooves you not to apply for this primo tag. The drawing odds are somewhat difficult, but with the current state of Alaska’s over-the-counter caribou areas, this tag is definitely worth the wait. Upon drawing this coveted permit, and booking with our veteran outfitter, you’ll see plenty of caribou during this 7 day adventure deep in Alaska’s interior. Furthermore, Boone & Crockett requires a score of 400” to make it’s all-time book on the Barren Ground caribou specie. Cabela’s TAGS considers this drawing area to offer, by far, the very highest probability of accomplishing this feat. Why frustrate yourself, apply for and book the very best. Have Cabela’s TAGS apply you for this awesome tag today. 211


$7,500 (7-days)

Trophy fee on black bear- $3,000

Wolves – no charge


August & September (7 day hunt)


Spike Camps


1x1 or 2x1 guiding, meals, field care of trophy, charter flight.


Airfare, overnights & meals in Fairbanks, AK, taxidermy, shipping trophies/meat, gratuities


Fly to Fairbanks, Alaska and overnight. You will charter to camp the next morning - $600 round-trip approx.

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

$650 - Computer draw – deadline mid-December. Contact Cabela's T.A.G.S. for professional application assistance 1-800-755-8247 

Physical Requirement Level

Level 4 - All sheep hunts, goat, most grizzly and brown bear, some mountain lion and elephant. The terrain and/or animals can involve some dangerous situations. These hunts will probably require extreme physical endurance and some athletic ability.

Additional Information
Approach: Spot and Stalk.