MOUNTAIN GOAT • EARLY
FALL • AUGUST - OCTOBER
ABOUT THE HUNT
8 DAY TRIP 1 HUNTER WITH MOUNTAIN GOAT INCLUDED.
EXTREME • GUIDED
RIFLE HUNTING • BOW HUNTING • STALKING
If you ever wanted to climb the wild Alaska ridges, just you and your guide, glassing over large goats that have little or no concepts of people; then this is the trip for you.
First, our top of the line bush pilots will float us down in a pristine lake with their Beaver, Cessna 185, or Super Cub.
Next a large base tent will be your hub and place to leave a clean set of long johns. This coupled with comfortable/light spike tents allows us to go where needed to set your sights on a big billy.
The goats in our area are large bodied and have aggressive horn growth. This August trip offers sixteen hours of daylight , with an average temperature of 55 degree F., and is the first trip of the goat season.
Our average billie has over 9" horns and will weigh in on the hoof at #300 plus. It's not unusual to get an old timer with 10" horns and our largest was a 11 1/2".
You will want to be able to climb alpine and mountains all day long. Your weapon and body are the keys to success on this trip.
I suggest starting early to get in shape. Doing Kettle Bell swings and hiking with a pack on are the best way to ensure that when you see the "old man of the hills"; that you will be able to get to him.
Let our experience be the key to your great Alaska hunt. I tagged my first billy thirty-three years ago and have been guiding thirty years.
Tags are over the counter too, to top it all off!
• SUCESS RATE: Our goat density is high. Success runs 70-100 percent. Weather and physical conditioning are typically the reason for not tagging out.
• A base camp with a large four or six man tent, coupled with spike tent options. One or two hunters with one on one guiding.
Transport on territory
Transfer from/to airport
Guiding by PH
Field trophy preparation
Trophy care to the salting point
Butchering of game is included
TERMS OF PAYMENT:
Deposit: 50% based on trip price
Deposit deadline: 1 day after booking
Final payment: 90 days Before hunt
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
When doing fly in hunts...fly in cost, which averages $1,000. per hunter when on a two hunter trip.)
Hunting license and permits
All applicable tax
Any necessary paperwork
Wounded big game is considered "fulfillment of the trip".
If a trip is cancelled before the 90 day period a 10% fee is charged. If the hunt is resold the remaining 40% is returned. If we need to reduce the price of the trip to move it, we use as much of that 40% as is needed to resell the trip. If there is any remaining of the 40% we return that portion. If a trip is cancelled within the 90 day period we retain 50% and try to resell the trip. If we can we return the remaining 50% we do. If we need to use a portion of remaining deposit to resell the trip as “discounted” we do so. If no hunter may be found within the 90 day prior period we may opt. to keep 100%, although thus far all trips like this have been sold as discounted.
TENT BASE CAMP :