Alaska Trophy Combo Dall Sheep Caribou Black Bear Wolf
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Description

Your combination sheep, caribou, black bear, wolf hunt will base from our deluxe outpost camp, cabin or large tents equipped with electricity, shower, Polaris 6 wheeler to navigate to and from the sheep mountains. Our best sheep hunt. Highest success and typically the largest rams. We are the only outfitter in the area that has UTVs it takes a week to drive them into the area once we have them flown into the nearest village more than 100 miles away. Our use of the 6X6 UTV allows you to make the traverse to sheep country without burning your legs. Leaving you fresh for the stalk. Success is higher and typically rams taken larger. You will still have to climb and staying out in a spike tent for a portion of your hunt may be necessary. Hunting the same are since the early 1980's we know the country intimately. The Master Guide is a Commercial Pilot and FAA licensed mechanic. Guides all carry SAT communication with the lodge. Long time guides and staff. Physical and mental preparation are key on a sheep hunt. Our guides will help you to be successful as they cater to your needs. It is your hunt we are here to help you be successful. Shot opportunity is nearly 100% as you are hunting animals that are rarely disturbed by humans. Hunt dates Available August 8-19 or August 19-30 (These are the dates you fly to/from Anchorage Alaska to Hartman Lodge and return)


Details

  • Species: Dall Sheep
  • Average Classification: 35 - 41
  • Shot Opportunity: 90
  • Weapons: Muzzleloader, Rifle, Archery
  • Hunt Catalog #: XXDS-1
  • Tag Availability: Over The Counter
Classification details:

Trophy Dall Sheep 35" - 38" up to 41"+ rams possible Must be full curl, 8 years, or both horns broken to be legal

Weapons description:

Alaska has special requirements for Archery, Crossbow and Muzzleloader hunting. please contact your rep. for more details.


Options

Observer

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Includes Charters meals, lodging, transportation, non hunter/videographer/hunting companion. Observer may hunt from the trophy fee list some exclusions apply call for details.

  • 2nd Non Hunter/Videographer/Observer $11,500.00
  • Non Hunter/Videographer/Observer $11,500.00
  • Personal Packer

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    Personal Packer Having a helper dedicated to your team can increase success exponentially. A second set of eyes and another strong back and set of legs to carry a camp into Sheep country and game out. Increases hunting time and saves your legs for the stalk.

    • Personal packer $8,500.00

    • Available Dates

      August 08, 2022 - August 30, 2024


      Pricing

      • Price: $29,000.00

      License and Tags not included Add second or third Black Bear each $1500 Add Grizzly $1000.00 (Requires a camp move) Add extra Wolf $500.00


      Group Options

      One observer may accompany for $1, 500.00includes round trip charter Anchorage to lodge. *Charter included up to $1600.00 per person. Call for details on family hunts.

      Location

      Alaska Range, Alaska, United States of America


      Refund Policy:

      Initial payment refundable within 7 days of contract date. Hunt may be transferred to another mutually acceptable hunter. See High Country Alaska hunt/trip agreement for specific details.

      Description

      Alaskan hunts are tough. We have 90% opportunity to stalk trophy class Rams. Your personal physical and mental preparation will be the determining factor in success. You do not need to go fast. You need to be steady. Keep placing one foot in front of the next, onward and upward, and know it will be tough. We have guided a 24 year old that was physically fit, he quit on day 2, and had a 72 year old hunter take a sheep, moose, and a caribou in 10 days. Be in the best possible physical and mental condition. Our guides will not run you into the ground or run off and leave you. That is not how we operate. We will hunt as hard as you are willing and physically able so long as it is safe. This is your hunt, we are there to help you be successful.


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      • Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge
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        Lodging & Accommodations Scale

        5 - Cabin/Lodge

        4 - Bunk House/Trailer

        3 - Wall Tent

        2 - Backpack Tent

        1 - Client Provided/Hotel

      More information regarding lodging and accommodations are available upon request from your Personal Concierge Adventure Specialist. Cabin is equipped with all the amenities. Electricity, shower, Polaris 6 wheeler to navigate to and from the sheep mountains. Staying out in a spike tent for a night or 2 may be necessary.

      • Menu & Food: Field Kitchen
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        Menu & Food Scale

        5 - 5 Star Catered

        4 - Full Kitchen

        3 - Field Kitchen

        2 - Backpack Food

        1 - Client Provided

      Backpacking food will also be utilized on any spike camp conditions.

      • Physical Conditions: Heavy Hiking
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        Physical Conditions Scale:

        5 - All Vehicle Access

        4 - Light Hiking

        3 - Moderate Hiking

        2 - Heavy Hiking

        1 - Extreme Back Country

      Physical and mental preparation are key on such a demanding hunt.


      Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

      INCLUDED in your hunt: All flights are included on this hunt. Charter from Anchorage and all the necessary flying to service camp in the outfitters aircraft. Outfitter has multiple aircraft and commercial professional pilots and mechanic on staff. One pilot is on call at the lodge in case anything is needed in the field. Full Concierge service in Anchorage including: airport pickup, hotel transfers, help checking in and license and tag procurement, delivering trophies and meat to the expediter/processor. One Hunter with One guide unless you request an observer or hunting companion. Outpost cabin based with shower and electricity Polaris 6 wheeler to navigate to and from the sheep mountains.

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      HUNTING CHECKLIST (Weight limit 70lbs.) □ Scoped Rifle □ Ammunition (40 Rounds min.) □ Gun Cleaning Kit □ Gun Case (for airline travel)\ □ Padded Soft Rifle Case for transport in Super Cub and on UTVs the more water resistant the better □ Bow, Hard Case, extra assorted parts (e.g, string, release, clips, etc.) □ 2 Dozen Hunting Arrows □ Binoculars (10X40), waterproof (Leupold, Leica, Zeiss or Swarovski) □ Phone with wall and car charger and extra cable □ Headlamp and spare (don’t forget batteries) □ Sleeping Bag, rated to 0 F -10 C (We recommend synthetic or dry down) with camp pillow □ Sleeping Pad (We use Xped Synmat) □ Knife with sharpener PERSONAL GEAR □ Sunscreen and Lip Balm □ Shower Kit and Towel □ Watch and Alarm Clock □ Insect Repellent (100% Deet) □ Sunglasses □ Prescription Glasses or Contacts (two pair) □ Head Net □ Books or Magazines (for bad weather days) □ Drinking Water Bottle (1 Liter minimum) □ Backpack, 4500 cubic inches minimum. We use mountaineering quality internal frame packs for all hunting. (We recommend Kuiu, Stone Glacier, Kifaru) CLOTHING □ Merino wool or synthetic Long Underwear (2-3 sets) □ Pants, 3 pair (no cotton for field use) □ Shirts, 4 (2 heavyweight, 2 lightweight) □ fleece jacket or sweater windstopper is preferred □ Socks, 6-8 pair (2 pair midweight/heavy wool) □ Vest jkpralle@gmail.com Page 2 of 2 Sunday, January 16, 2022 □ Puffy warm coat with a hood, synthetic or dridown □   Length Rain Coat and Rain Pants (Helly Hansen Impertech long guide coat works best,or other 100% waterproof fabric) □ Warm Hat with ear flaps □ Gloves or Mittens, 2 pair FOOT WEAR □ Fall and May Bear Hunts - Gortex stocking foot hip boots, available from, Chota (bring S-Biners to clip them to your beltloops, Frogg Toggs or Cabelas (listed in the order of comfort and durability) Hiking boots sized to wear over the hippers and a pair of gaiters (we use Outdoor Research Crocodiles Kenetrek, or Kuiu make sure they are big enough to fold the waders down under the gaiters.). THE BOOT SYSTEM WORKS. If you decide to bring something else you are at your own risk. Call with questions. We can help you with the boot system. 40 years in Alaska guiding has proven this boot system. □ Camp Shoes (comfortable slip-ons, Crocs work great) □ Gaiters – Required on all hunts with Goretex Hipboots (Outdoor Research Crocodiles or Kuiu are the best ones) DUE TO THE DISTANCE OFF OF THE ROAD SYSTEM, ALL GOODS AND BAGGAGE MUST BE BROUGHT TO CAMP BY SMALL BUSHPLANE. SUIT CASES, RIGID CAMERA CASES AND HARD GUN CASES WILL NOT BE FLOWN OUT TO CAMP. IF YOU ARE TAKING MEDICATION PLEASE BRING 2-3 TIMES THE AMOUNT YOU NORMALLY TAKE (i.e, IF YOU TAKE 2 TABLETS PER WEEK, BRING 6 TABLETS PACKAGED IN SEPARATE CONTAINERS). RAIN GEAR & OPTICS SHOULD BE OF THE BEST QUALITY. Minimum rifle calibers and bullets .243/6mm min sheep/caribou, 30.06, 300 win mag. with 180 grain or larger for moose/black bear, .338 Win.Mag. min. prefer 250 gr. Bullets for brown bear/grizzly. Bullet selection is as important as caliber and weight: bonded core or mono-constructed bullets Example: Barnes TSX/TTSX, Swift Aframe, Scirocco, Hornady Interbond or GMX, Nosler Accubond) Please NO VLD BULLETS (Examples: Berger, Hornady ELDX, Sierra) These bullets are specialized tools designed to expand violently at low velocities for extreme range shooting. While very accurate we have seen many wounded animals due to improper terminal performance from VLD bullets. Wounded animals constitute a filled tag. NOTE: Most game is taken at 200 yards or less. A shot over 400 on sheep is occasionally required, moose normally under 200, bears 100-150 yards. Camp is BYOB so feel free to bring your favorite adult beverage.


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      What to Bring

      • Gear is important. The right gear will help and the wrong gear can ruin you and destroy your hunt. Fit and weight sum up most of the problems with gear. Primarily backpacks, rifles, and footwear. You will be intimate with all by the end of your hunt. Backpacks, raingear, and footwear are the most important pieces of your hunting kit for an Alaska. They MUST FIT! I cannot stress this enough.

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