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Trophy Alaska Peninsula Caribou Hunt

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Season Dates:
Barren Ground Caribou
Guide Ratio:
2 on 1
Alaska, United States of America
Any Weapon, Archery, Muzzleloader, Rifle, Crossbow
Trip Methods:
Hiking, Spot and Stalk
8 Days

With advisor boots on the ground experience, this trophy caribou hunt on the Alaska peninsula has proven to be one that all hunters should consider who are looking for that once in a lifetime trophy.

Hunters will fly to Cold Bay Alaska typically a day or two prior to the beginning of the hunt. The outfitter will fly hunters out to camps as soon as weather and daylight permits. All hunts unless otherwise arranged are two hunters to one guide. The number of caribou seen in the field will vary from day to day but remember this is not like the north slope where you will see a herd of thousands of animals. The southern Alaska Peninsula herd is an isolated herd which Alaska Department of Fish and Game say they want to keep the herd between 2500-4500 animals. They are much more spread out in smaller groups ranging from a single animal to groups of 10-20 animals. Discuss with your guide prior to hunting what you are looking for in a trophy caribou. Most of the groups of bull caribou typically have a couple shooter bulls in them. The trophy possibility in this area is high and the population seems to be doing very well.

This is a tent style hunt, so plan your clothing accordingly. The terrain here can very from tundra, marshes, beaches and rocky hills. We recommend a waterproof hiking boot and either waders or hip boots, whichever you prefer hiking in. The weather here is typically wet and windy and at times can be some of the worst you have hunted in. The winds do and can reach over 100 miles per hour at times and we typically see storms with winds around 50 mph every year. With the winds come the rain so heavy duty rain gear is a good idea. You frequently see very large brown bear, caribou, walrus, whale, porpoise, seal, sea otter, fox, wolves, bald eagle and this time of year the streams are full of silver salmon, dolly varden and steelhead! Beach combing, fishing and bird hunting are also popular activities around here.

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$14,500.00 $13,500.00 8 Days 2 on 1
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