Located in the central part of the Brooks Range, this remote extensive tent camp has a spacious dining tent and comfortable sleeping tents. Better yet, it’s located in sheep country and Dall rams are often spotted right from camp. However, since it is a backpack style hunt, it can be very physical. You should be prepared to hike approximately 2,000 feet in vertical elevation a day, while covering four to six miles on foot. The other camp is a spike camp style hunt and hunters should be prepared to hike a little more. This outfitter generally sees over 100 rams during August, and you can expect to stalk rams that are between 36″ and 40″. If you are in good shape and want an enjoyable, rewarding Dall sheep hunt, give us a call and let us help you make your plans. #314
$22,525 10-day hunt 1×1.
$6,500 trophy fee on Arctic grizzly, $650 trophy fee on wolf.
Purchase on the Alaska Game and Fish website
$85 license, $425 sheep tag.
Fly to Fairbanks and overnight. Commercially fly to Bettles and charter to sheep camp. Charter fee is approx. $990 round trip.
Day 1: Fly to Fairbanks, Alaska and overnight.
Day 2: Depart on the first flight to Bettles this morning. You will charter to camp.
Days 3-13: Dall sheep hunt.
Day 14: From camp, you will charter back to Bettles and overnight.
Day 15: Depart on the first flight to Fairbanks and overnight.
Day 16: 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.