Where to hunt Caribou?

Discussion in 'Hunting USA & Canada' started by Alan Rose, Apr 14, 2019.

  1. buffybr

    buffybr AH Enthusiast

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    Yeah Eric, just because you shot a Booner bull there! (y)
     
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    enysse AH ENABLER AH Ambassador

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    I hear you Kurt! If it makes you feel better Bob shot two bigger caribou the next year. It was great hunting trip though, something I will never forget!
     

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    Check out Norway and Iceland
     

  4. Wade J VanGinkel

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    I've done 3 trips in the last 3 years. Learned a few things. 40 mile is impossible to book with unless a repeat customer. Also bushwacker has a really bad reputation and has actually been banned from the refuge according to my pilot. Idk
    I used shadow aviation, flew right out of fairbanks and paid total of 3520 for my son and I together. Guys quirky but fair and honest.
     
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    Yeah, I heard 40-mile was impossible for moose unless a repeat customer, heard some real nightmares there. But figured 'bou was OK since I had a coworker use them a few years back and he was a first time customer. Sent you a PM for more info.
    Thanks.
     

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