These hunts take place in the Brooks Range and Alaska Range. Expect to see a substantial number of sheep and stalk on mature 160” class rams. This hunt can be very physical and requires spike-tent camping out in some locations. Overall shot opportunity has been 100% on mature legal rams. Accommodations include a lodge and spike tent camping while hunting. Grizzly bear and wolf may be added on an $8,000 and $1,000 trophy fee respectively. License and tag(s) are sold over the counter. If interested, contact us for additional information.
Dates: August – September (10-day hunt).
Prices: Start from $18,500 + taxes, license and tag(s).
This hunt takes place in the Western Alaska Range. Our outfitter has been 90% successful on trophy rams averaging 38”. All sheep hunting is done on foot out of remote spike camps. This is a rugged area and you must be in good shape. The elevation ranges from 1,600-6,000’. Barren-ground caribou, black bear, wolf and wolverine can be harvested at no additional charge. Provided the season is open, grizzly bear may be added on a $4,500 trophy fee. License and tag(s) are sold over the counter. If interested, contact us for additional information.
Dates: August – mid-September (10-day hunt).
Prices: $17,500 + taxes, license, tag(s) & air charter.
The exceptional genetics of this area are second to none on world class sheep. Our outfitter has been well over 90% successful in harvesting incredible rams with his sheep being the biggest coming out of British Columbia most years. His outfitting territory covers over 1,500 square miles of pristine wilderness on the eastern slope of Canada’s spectacular Rocky Mountains in northern British Columbia. Expect to pursue rams ranging from the high 160s to mid-180s. Black bear and wolf can be harvested at no additional charge. If interested, contact us for additional information.
Dates: Late July – mid-October (14-day hunt).
Prices: $27,500 base price + $25,000 trophy fee upon harvesting a ram or $42,500 flat rate. Add taxes, license, tag(s), GOABC Hunter Preservation Fund & air charter.
Bighorn sheep tags in New Mexico are difficult to draw and the Governor’s permit is expensive to purchase. However, the quality of the sheep herd is excellent. These animals inhabit some of the roughest terrain at elevations from 1,000 to 13,000 feet. Our outfitter has a reputation for producing large rams from the floor of the Sonoran Desert in Old Mexico to the alpine peaks of Northern New Mexico. Overall success has been 100% on rams averaging 180”. If interested, contact us for additional information.
Dates: August – September.
Prices: Upon request + taxes & license.
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