Dall Sheep Hunting Northern Brooks Range

An Alaskan Dall Sheep Hunt of a Lifetime Northern Brooks Range

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Hunt Description

All of us at Arrowhead Outfitters invite you to join us for an exclusive, exhilarating, fun and affordable fly-out self-guided trophy Dall Sheep hunt in the Northern Brooks Range. Alaska’s great Arctic tundra on the northern side of the majestic Brooks Range Mountains is beautiful and rich with wildlife. Join Arrowhead Outfitters LLC, the first and only air taxi company flying float equipped aircraft based on the northern side of the Brooks Range on a self-guided Dall Sheep hunt of a lifetime.

Hunting Alaska’s stunning and pristine Brooks Range Mountains is an extraordinary experience and opportunity. Picture yourself stalking trophy Dall Sheep in this remote and nearly, un-hunted mountainous paradise. Each year, rams over 40” are harvested. On your adventure, you will witness the beauty and wonder of the Arctic tundra and will likely see other wildlife including: Grizzly Bear, Caribou, Musk Ox, Wolves, Fox, Wolverine, Ptarmigan and additional bird species. You will be experiencing a sportsman’s paradise!

Be informed when choosing your air taxi service; many other services fly larger aircraft that repeatedly use the same landing locations. These landing strips are generally far from your hunting destination and neighbor many other camps. On the other hand, we fly a 3 Passenger, M-6 and M-7 Maule on floats; we have the capability to deliver you and your equipment to strategic hunting locations, considerably closer to the sheep, in areas with minimal to no hunting pressure.

The cost of your hunt includes the flight to and from the drop off hunting location and transport of your meat and horns. There are no hidden fees!

Testimonial

We had an incredible trip with you guys and can’t wait to do it again. I doubt if we can make it next year, but no doubt you will see us in again!
Marty

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Pricing

*Self-Guided Alaska Sheep hunts are only available to Alaska residents or their “Direct Next of Kin” (as per State of Alaska big game hunting regulations).
Location:      Northern Brooks Range Mountains
Duration:     14 or more Days/Hunters Choice
Dates:           August 10 – Sept 3
Price:           $3,995.00 (per hunter)

Camp Equipment Rental Available

Licenses

DALL SHEEP HUNTS: Self-guided and available to residents only AND non-resident hunters with next of kin accompanying them in the field. Tags unlimited and over-the-counter. Please see Alaska Regulations for further explanation.

Type of Hunting

Hunting is primarily spot and stalk with rifle or bow, over mountainous terrain and within grassy mountain basins. Hunting Dall Sheep in the Brooks Range mountains is challenging; you need to be prepared to do a significant amount of strenuous hiking and therefore, should physically prepare for your hunt. The more fit you are, the more enjoyable your hunt will be.

The fly-in Alaska hunting trip you have dreamed of is simply a phone call away. Call us today for available dates, pricing and details to book your trip.

907.746.7744

GUIDED DALL SHEEP HUNTS / BROOKS RANGE, AK

Arrowhead Outfitters LLC does not offer “guided” hunts in Alaska. For quality guided Dall Sheep hunts in the Brooks Range, Alaska, we recommend that you contact Joe & Crystal Miller of Alaska Statewide Guides Phone:

907-978-1148

Itinerary

Arrival & Departure Information

Our fly-out Northern Brooks Range Dall sheep hunts are conducted from our base camp, located at MP 366.5 of the Dalton Highway (approx. 445 miles North of Fairbanks and 50 miles South of Prudhoe Bay). The drive is stunning and the road is very well maintained.

Hunters flying in from other states generally fly commercially to Fairbanks. They then rent a vehicle, satellite phone, purchase their food, supplies, licenses and lastly drive to our base camp. There are no stores to purchase food and supplies after you leave Fairbanks, so you need to get everything needed before you depart. Although, fuel can be purchased in Cold Foot, which is a small community and truck stop at MP 175/Dalton Highway. It is also a great place to get an excellent hot meal before you journey on. If you don’t want to make the straight ten hour drive from Fairbanks to our camp, we recommend staying in Wiseman, Alaska; a short 14 miles north of Cold Foot, along Dalton Highway. Wiseman is a very quaint and picturesque mining and trapping community, situated along the

Koyukuk River. The town has two excellent Bed and Bed and Breakfast’s. These include the Boreal Lodge and the Arctic Getaway. Be sure and make your reservations well in advance of your trip if you wish to stay there.

Boreal Lodge

Arctic Getaway

We ask our hunters to be at our camp and ready to fly-out by 8:00 AM the day of their scheduled flight. Hunters must advise us if they will be arriving later. Many allow extra time and arrive at our camp the night before their fly-out date. The day of your hunt, all hunters take part in a 30 minute orientation. During which, we check your license documentation, go over communications, transport of game meat, leave no trace camping and other important information. Before you depart camp, you must make sure you have your field gear including: food, supplies, hunting and camp equipment. All must be organized and packed according to Arrowhead Outfitters LLC’s size and weight limits. Each person’s belongings will be weighed to verify they are within their allowed (per person) weight limit of 70 lbs.

When it’s time to depart for your hunt, you will drive your vehicle one mile north of our camp to Desiree’ Lake. From here, you will depart and return after your hunt. After you leave, our crew will drive your vehicle back to our base camp, where it will remain “safe and secure” until your return. If you need to re-fuel for the trip back to Fairbanks, you must drive 50 miles north of camp to Prudhoe Bay. Here, there are also hotels, hot showers and food service.

*Ask about our trophy sheep/caribou combo or trophy sheep/moose combo