b'HUNT 60ALASKA - BARREN GROUNDCARIBOUThis outfitter is located southwest of Fairbanks in caribou unit #20A along the Alaskan Range. This unit is lottery drawing only; you can apply up to 6 times at $10 each. Bowhunting Safari Consultants will help assist with your application. Over the past 2 decades, we have been workingcloselywiththisoutfitteronspringgrizzly hunts and his fall moose and Dall sheep hunts. They are very familiar with archery hunters of all skill levels. The caribou in this part of Alaska are plentiful. Your hunting adventurewillstartfromFairbanksthenbushflight to the north side of the Alaskan Range, followed by a quad or Argo ride to camp. This is not physical terrain, but a hunter should be good shape to effectively cover thearea.Huntsareconductedfrommid-Augustinto September. Application deadline is normally December with results posted in February. Plan your Alaska caribou adventure in advance, there are limited openings.Rates:8-day 1x1 $12,000; bush flights included; add CARIBOU license and tagHUNT 61NORTHWEST TERRITORIES -MOUNTAIN CARIBOULocatedinthenorthernportionoftheMackenzie Mountains in the NWT is a family run operation that has excellentMountainCaribouandDallsheep.Wehave many references available, including Anna Vorisek, Frank Kusler, Curt Wells and Tom Edginton, who would be happy to discuss their caribou experience. The logistics of this hunt will have you flown from Norman Wells to base camp via float plane, and then youll be flown to various hunting camps via super cub. Horseback hunts can be arranged. They have cabins and tent camps depending on where they are finding the bulls. There are no helicopters on this hunt, all fixed wing aircraft. Hunts are 10 full days of hunting. This outfitter runs all his caribou hunts as 2x1. Air strips throughout the concession allow easy access for early season hunts. Later September hunts you can add moose on trophy fee.Rates: 10-day, 2x1 $16,000; Moose trophy fee $15,500; add tax, charter fee, tag, and government trophy fee30'