Alaska Dall Sheep Hunts
Dall Sheep hunting is as raw as it gets. Everything is on your back. This will test your mental aptitude and more of your physical being than any animal hunted in our humble opinion.
Sheep seem to like the view from the tops of the mountains and we couldn’t agree more. Snow capped mountains, glaciers, and the raw rock formations are an added bonus to this breathtaking hunt.
Our hunts take place in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge where we have an exclusive area and also the Talkeetna Mountains.
It is highly recommended to bring the best quality optics you can afford. No matter the species hunted, Alaska is big country, and you will find yourself behind glass for quite some time. We prefer 10 power binoculars if possible.
Our hunts are 10 days. This gives us an advantage of time. Weather can be a disrupter, from pouring rain, heavy fog, snow, to yes even sunshine. Whatever it is, we are in it.
Our base camp is a cabin, which is above tree line. We have home cooked meals along with hot showers. From here we spike out, usually we pack for 5-6 days then back to the cabin to refuel and food and do it again. Sometimes we leave spike in the same location for multiple days, other times they get moved daily.
Make sure you’re in the best physical condition. You should plan on hiking up to 10 miles per day, carrying your pack as we go. The terrain can get very rough at times.
We do offer packers to help lighten the load.
A professional videographer/photographer is available upon request.
See the “Hunt Info” page for additional info.
- Tag Cost: $850*
- License: $160*
- Packer: $400/day
Tags and flight into camp not included
*Fees for international visitors are slightly higher.
*All tags, licenses, fees, and prices are subject to change due to insurance and fuel costs as well as state requirements . You will be notified of any changes before submitting a deposit on a hunt or fishing trip.
Upon receipt of a 25% deposit your exact hunt dates will be locked in.