We hunt caribou in Alaska. North slope Caribou hunts are offered with us through an affiliate Outfitter. These hunts are conducted in late August and early September. This time of year the caribou are just beginning to migrate but it is not uncommon to see large herds. You should expect the opportunity to see and make stalks on several different bulls during your hunt. Grizzly bears are prevalent on the Slope and can be harvested on a trophy fee basis. There are opportunities to take wolves as well. Float trips are a very effective way to hunt these gorgeous animals as well as working out of a fixed camp. Bettles if the jumping off point for this hunt and the charter flight up to the slope is NOT included in the price. Additionally Caribou hunting is available in our Concessions on the Lower Alaska Peninsula / Cold Bay concessions. Sept. 17 thru 23 and sept. 24thu 30 of odd numbered Falls. Such as 2019, 2021 etc.
You must purchase a hunting license and a Brown Bear tag. You can do that online with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
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