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horseback Hunts in game-rich units

go hunting in Alaska

Sheep & CaribouAugust 10 - September 20

MooseSeptember 1 - September 25

BearSeptember 1 - October 15

PredatorWolf: August 10 - April 15
Wolverine: September 1 - March 31
Lynx: December 1 - January 31

Our horseback hunts occur in game-rich fields units 13 and 20 in the central Alaskan Range. We have maintained consistently high success rates for as long as we have been in business, and our success has come as the result of exceptionally talented guides and the hard-working string of mountain horses we maintain in our stables.

Depending upon the season, weather conditions and type of hunt you choose, we might travel to our remote spike camps aboard bush-equipped aircraft, snowmobile or boat. Our camps are clean and comfortable, and we keep them well-supplied with plenty of great food!

Our hard work doesn’t end when the hunt is over. Your taxidermist or butcher will appreciate the exceptional care we put into the preparation of your trophies and meat. We can arrange the shipping of hides, meat, etc., locally, or you may take it all home with you. Either way, it will be in excellent shape to travel.



Hunt Fees

  • Winter Predator Hunts
    Seven days.
  • Caribou Hunts
    Eight days. Draw only.
  • Spring Grizzly Bear
    Ten days.
  • Fall Grizzly Bear
    Taken on trophy fee in conjunction with main species booked.
  • Dall Sheep Hunts
    Ten days.
  • Moose Hunts
    Ten days.
  • Two Species Combo
    Twelve days.
  • Three Species Combo
    Fifteen days.

Trophy Fees

  • Black Bear
  • Caribou
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Dall Sheep
  • Moose
  • Wolves

Non Hunter Fees

  • Per Person. Per Day

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