July 25- Aug 1
Aug 29-Sept. 5
Arrive/depart dates in hunting camp are Sunday to Sunday
One of our top Alaskan outfitters has secured an incredible caribou area. This new area includes all of the best caribou hunting grounds along the north slope of the Brooks. The herds here include: the Porcupine Herd (70,000 animals), the Central Arctic Herd (60,000 animals) and the gigantic Western Arctic Herd (500,000 animals). Unlike most caribou hunts, these are conducted on the summer 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 summer 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. We do not need to hope and pray caribou are going to arrive; from May to September they are here and have been for centuries. This outfitter’s 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.
These caribou are the Alaskan Barren Ground species, which have the largest body sizes and antler sizes of all caribou species in the world. The hunts are fully guided, 3×1, 2×1, or 1×1 depending on your party, and include hunting for one caribou. Grizzly may also be added on a trophy fee basis (just purchase the tag up front). The area stretches from over 400 miles east to west and 200 miles north to south, so the outfitter can go to wherever the caribou happen to be. With the decline of caribou herds in other areas of the arctic, we are pleased to offer these high success trophy hunts to our clients. #287
1- spot (2 hunters, 2×1) Aug 29- Sept 5, 2021, ONLY (Raft Hunt, Sale Price $10,400/person)
Grizzly on trophy fee $8,500
$15,900 7 day (1×1) grizzly hunt, caribou on $4,000 trophy fee.
1 – Caribou limit
Approx. $160 Hunting license
Caribou tag – $650
Wolf tag – $60
Grizzly bear – $1,000
Purchase online prior to hunt at www.adfg.alaska.gov
Price includes one bull Caribou. All other species harvested on trophy fee basis.
Flight from Umiat-camp-Umiat
Charter flight, Fairbanks-Umiat-Camp, hotels before and after hunt, shipping trophies home, taxidermy, tips, license/tags, personal items. Trophy shipments to Fairbanks are available at approximately $200/animal.
Fly into Fairbanks, AK and charter to Umiat you will be met by the outfitter and transfer to camp ( Sunday to Sunday in and out of Umiat)
Day 1 Depart home for Fairbanks, Alaska and then charter to Umiat. This flight will be with Wright Air (more details enclosed in hunt packet) and is approx. $1,450 (round trip) payable to Wright Air over the phone with a credit card. Outfitter will meet you at Umiat and you will then transfer to camp. *Charter cost is subject to change without notice.
Days 2-7 (6-day hunt)Caribou hunt.
Day 8 You will fly from Umiat to Fairbanks this morning and continue on to Fairbanks and overnight.
Day 9 Begin your return trip home.
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.