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This is the grand slam of Alaskan hunting. This is for those hunters that want to get as many species as possible that Alaska has to offer in one trip with no trophy fees! This is a 21 day hunt. You will have opportunity to hunt dall sheep, moose, grizzly bear, black bear, caribou, wolf and wolverine. This is an amazing opportunity for anyone who wants to make the most of their Alaska hunting trip all at once! This hunt includes all trophy fees and allows you to take as many species as you can find in one trip. All lodging and meals and charter costs are included in the price of this hunt. The only extra cost to the hunter is flight and hotel cost in Anchorage. These hunts dates reflect a dall sheep primary hunter. Options to move the hunt 11 days later for a moose/grizzly primary hunt. The second set of dates allows hunter to be hunting during the entire moose & grizzly season (Runs Sept 1-20).
- Species: Dall Sheep
- Average Classification: 35 - 41
- Shot Opportunity: 85
- Weapons: Archery, Rifle, Muzzleloader, Cross Bow
- Hunt Catalog #: RB19397-02
- Tag Availability: Over The Counter
Hunter can expect dall sheep measuring 35"-41". Bigger rams can be taken in the area. Grizzly bears are 7-9 feet. Average of 8 foot bears. Moose are 60" - 65" up to 70". Caribou are 320" - 390" Black Bear are plentiful.
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.
Archers need to shoot fixed blade heads and be proficient at stalking and shooting to 50 yards. Archery hunts decreases shot opportunity
Year Selection (required)
August 19, 2021 - September 21, 2024
- Member Price: $89,000.00
- Non-Member Price: $99,000.00
This price reflects these dates. This time period is great for any client with a Dall sheep primary agenda. Options to hunt later for a grizzly or moose primary agenda. All hunting licenses not included in the price of the hunt. An annual license of about $160 is required in addition to the tag fee(s). Dall sheep will be about $850. Additional licenses will vary on species: moose (about $800) and grizzly/brown bear (about $$1,000). Black bear is about $450. *FULL FOR 2023 *FULL FOR 2024 *AVAILABLE FOR 2025
Options to have a moose/grizzly primary hunt.
Alaska Range, Alaska, United States of America
Deposits are not refundable. When you make a deposit or payment that money is used to reserve your adventure dates and we cannot sell them to anyone else. If for some reason you have to cancel, you will lose your deposit and any payments you have made. If you are concerned that you might get sick or otherwise have to cancel, we suggest buying trip insurance. There are insurance companies that specialize in providing insurance policies for outfitter bookings and hunts. One such company we recommend is globalrescue.com. It is also our policy, depending on the adventure you booked and at our discretion, that if you have to cancel and we are able to book a replacement for you at the regular price we will work with you to apply your deposits to another adventure. Please note that we cannot refund or roll state or government license fees, application fees, draw results, or tags.
Experience the Alaska Range in these remote camp where guides with over 30 years experience will work with you one on one to help you have successful hunts. This camp offers great trophy quality caribou and grizzly where you are sure to have an opportunity at the trophies of your dreams. Shot opportunity is 90% as you are hunting some of the most remote back country the Alaska range has to offer. This is a 21 day 1:1 hunt for large caribou, huge Alaskan moose, grizzly bear, black bear, dall sheep, wolves and wolverine.
HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)
- Lodging & Accommodations: Bunk House/Trailer?
Lodging & Accommodations Scale
5 - Cabin/Lodge
4 - Bunk House/Trailer
3 - Wall Tent
2 - Backpack Tent
1 - Client Provided/Hotel
As you pursue all of Alaskan's trophies, you will be moving camp around quite a bit. Hunter should expect to spend a few nights in a backpacking tent or outpost camp.
- Menu & Food: Field Kitchen?
Menu & Food Scale
5 - 5 Star Catered
4 - Full Kitchen
3 - Field Kitchen
2 - Backpack Food
1 - Client Provided
Quality food and plenty of it. Food is the fuel that keeps us going on a successful hunt. Home cooked meals from our chef at the lodge to hot lunches in the field will provide the necessary calories and the enhance your hunting experience. Some backpacking food will be utilized on any spike camp outings.
- Physical Conditions: Extreme Back Country?
Physical Conditions Scale:
5 - All Vehicle Access
4 - Light Hiking
3 - Moderate Hiking
2 - Heavy Hiking
1 - Extreme Back Country
Most of Alaska is tundra. Soft, brushy, muskeg swamp, rocky stream beds and gravel bars, make for difficult walking. Our use of vehicles saves your legs and energy for the actual hunt and stalk. Alaskan hunts are tough. Outfitter has had nearly 100% opportunity to stalk trophy class animals. 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. Be in the best possible physical and mental condition. The guides will not run you into the ground or run off and leave you.
Transportation (To/From Basecamp)
An air charter is required from Anchorage to basecamp. All flying including the charter from Anchorage is included. Once you arrive at the lodge all flying is in the outfitters professionally maintained aircraft.
- Lodging & Accommodations
- Menu & Food
- Physical Conditions
Hunter should be prepared for some heavy hiking in a wide variety of weather. Comfortable hunting clothing for a wide variety of temperatures is a must. Layering systems recommended. Rain gear and optics should be of the best quality. 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, rain gear, and footwear are the most important pieces of your hunting kit for an Alaska. They MUST FIT! Due to the distance off of the road system, all goods and baggage must be brought to camp by small aircraft. Suit cases, rigid camera cases and hand gun cases will not be flown out to camp. If hunter is taking medication, please bring 2-3 times the amount you normally take (i.e. if you take 2 tablets per week, bring 6). Completed gear list is available once hunt is booked.
What Outfitter Provides
- Transportation in the field
- Trophy care and Prep
- The outfitter will have all necessary camping gear for you to have an enjoyable, satisfying experience.
- Remote aircraft
What to Bring
- Camp is BYOB so feel free to bring your favorite adult beverages
- SHower kit & Towel
- Binoculars & Rangefinder
- 1 Liter minimum water bottle
- Insect Repellant (100& DEET) and head net
- Rain gear
- Weapon of choice with required ammunition based on game selected. (Minimum of 60 rounds or 36 arrows)
- A high quality sleep system will improve your ability to hunt hard! A quality sleeping pad and sleeping bag are a must. Waterproof down or synthetic
- 4500 cubic inches minimum quality hunting pack that FITs. Outfitter suggests a mountaineering style suspension.
- Comfortable, durable, and waterproof hiking boots
- Camp Shoes
- Headlamp & extra batteries
- Sunscreen and lip balm
- Watch and alarm clock
- 20 Quart Badlands Cooler
- 45 Quart Badlands Cooler
- Canyon Lightweight Boot Sock
- Mountain Extreme Men's
- Badlands University Academy I - South Dakota
- RBO Mountain Light Shooting System
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