Barren Ground Caribou - Brooks Range Alaska
This outfitter operates its Arctic hunts on the north slopes of the famous Brooks Range, the northern most mountain range in the world. The Brooks stretches approximately 100,000 square miles from western Alaska to Canada. We conduct these hunts on in an exclusive guide use area within the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) along the scenic Marsh Fork and Canning River.
This area of the Brooks has the highest population of Dall Sheep in the Arctic and, debatable, the highest in Alaska. We have great genetics and grow many trophy rams. Two of the largest rams killed on record came out of the Marsh Fork drainage both scoring 178 & 179 B&C. In addition to the fabulous sheep hunting, the area also has some exceptional Barren-Ground Caribou.
Hunts are conducted during the month of August - please contact us for more details.
8 Day / Caribou 2x1 guided $8,500
8 Day / Caribou 1x1 guided $12,500
Trophy Fees for Additional Species Harvested:
Commercial Flight Options
1. Fly commercially into Fairbanks, Alaska then take a prearranged charter to Kavik, Alaska (400 miles to the North).
2. Fly commercially into Anchorage or Fairbanks, Alaska.
From Anchorage or Fairbanks you will need to travel to Deadhorse, Alaska (also referred to as Prudhoe Bay). Deadhorse is an outpost at the oil fields. There are multiple commercial flights a day into Deadhorse with Alaska Airlines on an average cost of $600 round trip.
Non-resident License Non-resident Tags Non-resident Alien Tags
Hunting License $85 Caribou $325 Caribou $425
Alien License $300 Grizzly $500 Grizzly $650
Dall Sheep $425 Dall Sheep $550
Wolf $30 Wolf $30