A dall sheep hunt in Alaska comes with its own unique set of challenges. Here are a few things to consider as you prepare for a guided Alaskan sheep hunt.
No matter where you find yourself hunting elk this fall, there are two things you can do to improve your chances of success. In addition to just elk hunting, these principles could apply to any type of hunting. On a long hunt, it can be difficult to keep yourself in the game. After several grueling days of hunting, hunters who are able to maintain hard work and patience will ultimately enjoy a more rewarding experience.
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It is officially spring and time to start thinking about conditioning for your fall hunts. Waiting until you are a few weeks out is no way to prepare and is costly in the backcountry. We don’t expect you to run marathons, but being in good shape is a big help on our backcountry hunts. We use horses to our advantage in Montana and Alaska but you still must walk steep hills and be prepared to chase game across rugged terrain.
A drop float on the South Fork of the Flathead River is a unique and wonderful wilderness experience. On these trips, we safely transport you and your gear to the put-in, deep within the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. But you need advance planning and preparations to manage the float. Here are four tips to consider before your adventure begins: