We strive to make your hunt as successful as possible! Please let us know if you have any questions regarding the details of your hunt, gear, planning or preparation.
Our camps consist of wall tents with wood burning stoves. The weather is very unpredictable and medium to heavy snowfall may occur during each hunt with temperatures ranging from -20ºF to 70ºF. Grizzly bears are dangerous. Hunter should be prepared for an exciting hunt!
August and September make up Alaska’s rainy season. Hunters should be prepared for rain. Hunters in the KNWR should also be prepared for thick gnats and mosquitoes and should bring bug nets to cover their faces. The area is a true refuge. Our mandate is to not “leave a footprint.” Our camps consist of wall tents with wood burning stoves, free standing backpack tents, or sleeping in boats.
The main camp has a cook cabin, and wall tents with stoves. Spike camps are also used and consist of backpacker tents which do not have heat. Spike camps are set up above the tree line.
Food while at spike camp will be backpacker’s food. We take a small backpacker’s stove to cook our food. Spike camp stays are approximately 2 – 3 days in duration.
Our hunting area is prone to heavy rain storms causing the many creeks in the area to swell and become impassable. Snow is also possible.