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Alaska Barren Ground Caribou –
Do-It-Yourself (DIY) or Guided Hunts


Hunt trophy Alaska Barren Ground Caribou in the Brooks Range! Our trophy Caribou areas are located north and south of Brooks Range in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, hunts are staged from Kavik River Camp during August and south of Brooks Range from Prospect Creek Airport during September. Bou have been migrating here for centuries! We are familiar with the migration patterns of the Porcupine and Central Arctic Caribou herd migration. Alaska Department of Fish and Game estimates there are over 200,000 animals in these herds. This is the number 1 area in Alaska for big Bou. This area is one of North America’s most game rich areas. If you’re looking for a great hunt to collect a really nice trophy Caribou bull and have a super time, you won’t find a better deal anywhere. Don’t pass up this opportunity to hunt one of the largest Caribou herds in the world. You can take two Caribou bulls. This is a Do-It-Yoursel (DIY) drop-off hunt. These hunts have been an extremely high success rate.

Alaska Barren Ground Caribou – Guided Hunt

Also, we offer guided Caribou hunts near our Koyukuk and Kanuti River drainage areas. There are resident herds of Caribou near our Moose camps; however, you will not see the massive numbers of Caribou like you would in the migrating herds. This area is a one Caribou bull limit. So, our Caribou camps provide an opportunity to collect multiple species.

Rates:
$2,500 per person based on 2 to 4 hunters with air charter flight with super cub; 6-days or longer. Do-it-yourself (DIY) hunt.
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$3,000 per person based on 2 to 4 hunters with air charter flight with DeHaviland Beaver; 6-days or longer. Do-it-yourself (DIY) hunt.

$7,000 per person based on 2X1 guide service; 7-days. Guided hunt.

Dates:
August 1 - 31, Kavik River Camp (DIY hunt).
September 1 - 30, Prospect Creek Airport (DIY hunt).
September 5 - 25, Prospect Creek Airport or Bettles (Guided hunt).

Hunt includes (DIY): Air charter service from Kavik River Camp or Prospect Creek Airport to/from spike camp (50lbs. of gear plus rifle or bow), transport of trophy meat and antlers, and additional move if required.

Hunt includes (Guided): Professional guide service (2X1), accommodations (Arctic Oven and/or Wall tents), all meals, use of equipment, transportation in the field, trophy field preparation, and field care of trophy game meat.

Do-it-yourself (DIY) Spike Camps: DIY spike camps should be light weight. Besides personal hunting gear; include light weight mountaineering tent (Eureka or KUIU), sleeping bag(s), air mattress, tarp, cook kit, freeze dried food, jet boil cooking system, game bags, salt for trophies, and satellite phone. Travel clothes and hard case may be stored with transporter. Spike camp and hunting gear may be purchased in Anchorage or Fairbanks, Alaska prior to hunt.

Travel (DIY hunts from Kavik River Camp, GMU 26C during August): Arrival/departure point is Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska with follow-on commercial travel to Deadhorse. Clients are responsible commercial air travel flight to/from Anchorage and Deadhorse and air charter service to/from Kavik River Camp. Recommend clients stay 1-2 days in Anchorage prior to your hunt commencing, so you can purchase Alaska hunting license, Caribou tags, harvest tickets (no fee), pick-up any additional hunting gear or personal items you may need. From Deadhorse, air charter service (Cessna 206) is available to/from Kavik River Camp. Or, travel via shuttle vehicle from Deadhorse to Happy Valley (80 miles south of Deadhorse) for air charter flight (Cessna 206) to/from Kavik River Camp. Clients air charter service from Kavik River Camp to spike camp using a piper super cub is $2,500 pp or using DeHaviland Beaver is $3,000 pp. You may not hunt on the same-day-airborne. For departure schedule, recommend 1-2 days in Anchorage for taxidermy trophy care, processing/shipping trophy game meat or expediting trophy from Alaska to taxidermist of your choice. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your airline travel.

Travel (DIY hunts from Prospect Creek Airport, GMU 25A during September) Arrival/departure point is Fairbanks, Alaska. Clients are responsible for commercial air travel to/from Fairbanks and air charter service to/from Coldfoot and take a shuttle vehicle 32 miles to/from Prospect Creek Airport. We suggest you arrive 1-2 days in Fairbanks prior to your hunt commencing, so you can purchase Alaska hunting license, Caribou tags, harvest tickets (no fee), pick-up any additional hunting gear or personal items you may need. Or, clients may take a rental vehicle from/to Prospect Creek Airport (180 miles, 5 hour drive north on James Dalton Highway) to/from Prospect Creek Airport. Air charter service to/from with piper super cub is $2,500 pp or air charter service using DeHaviland Beaver is $3,000 pp. You may not hunt on the same-day-airborne. For departure schedule, recommend 1-2 days in Fairbanks for taxidermy trophy care, processing/shipping trophy game meat or expediting trophy from Alaska to taxidermist of your choice. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your airline travel.

Travel (Guided): Arrival/departure point is Fairbanks, Alaska, where you are met at the airport. Clients are responsible for commercial air travel to/from Fairbanks and air charter service to/from base camp. We suggest you arrive 1-2 days prior to your hunt commencing, so you can purchase Alaska hunting license, Caribou tags, harvest tickets (no fee for pemits), any additional hunting gear or personal items you may need. Air charter fee is determined by type of aircraft (Super Cub, Hellio Courier, Maule, Cessna 185, Cessna 206 or DeHavilland Beaver) and length of flight. Air charter flights have passenger and weight restrictions. We assist clients in coordinating air charter service to/from base camp. Client may select to take a rental vehicle from Fairbanks to/from Prospect Creek Airport (180 miles, 5 hour drive north on James Dalton Highway) with follow-on air charter service to/from base camp. You may not hunt on the same-day-airborne. For departure schedule, recommend 1-2 days in Fairbanks for taxidermy trophy care, processing/shipping trophy game meat or expediting trophy from Alaska to taxidermist of your choice. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your airline travel.

License, Tags, and Harvest Tickets/Registration Permits: Purchase Alaska hunting license, big game locking tags, and harvest tickets (no fees) online at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) website or purchase upon arrival in Anchorage or Fairbanks, Alaska. Alaska hunting license: $160 (U.S. nonresident), Caribou tag(s): $650 per tag, Moose tag: $800, Black Bear tag: $450, Sport Fishing license (7-days): $70, and Wolf tag: no fee. For Guided hunts (in addition) purchase Brown/Grizzly Bear tag: $1,000. Harvest tickets are required for each specie (no fees for permits). NOTE: For Nonresident Aliens, see Price List for Alaska hunting license, Sport Fishing license, and big game locking tag fees.

Hunt does not include (Unguided): Before and after hunt expenses, commercial air charters, hotels, rental vehicle, license and tags, expediting trophy and trophy meat, satellite phone rental, and gratuity. For Guided hunts (in addition): Air charter is not included on guided hunts.

*NOTE: Prices are subject to change due to increase costs in transportation, insurance, and ADF&G requirements. Clients will be notified of any changes before submitting a deposit on hunt. License and tag fees are slightly higher for non-resident alien clients. Also, non-resident aliens clients must be accompanied by an Alaska registered guide.


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