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Wolf

 

Ed Micham, wolf skull: 17 3/16" - April 2001.
This wolf was #1 for APHA for 2002.

There are healthy populations of wolves in our hunting areas.

World record size wolves are routinely taken here. S.C.I. ranked wolves taken to date: Numbers 1, 8, 12, 13, 15 and 17.

Our clients have collected the following Safari Club International (SCI) Outstanding Animal Awards from the Alaska Professional Hunters Association (APHA):

  • 2007 - #2 and #3 Wolf
  • 2006 - #1 Wolf
  • 2004 - #1 Wolf
  • 2002 - #1, #2, and #3 Wolf
  • 2001 - #1 Wolf


Hunt Dates

7 day hunts available.
February 20 - April 5


Availability

Currently taking bookings.

 

What to expect

This hunt is for the hunter who wants to experience the "spell of the Yukon" at its winter best. In February the weather can be very cold.

Our camp will consist of wall tents with wood burning stoves or cabins, depending upon the hunting area.

The terrain can be rugged, so the hunter should be in good physical condition.



Transportation

We hunt on snow machines and we cover between 50 and 100 miles per day.

 

Rates

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Additional Expenses Policies
Other

Other species available on this hunt are listed below. Trophy fees are not required for these animals.

  • Fox
  • Coyote
  • Wolverine
  • Grouse
  • Ptarmigan

Virgil Umphenour and hunter Paul Newsom
from TV show Paul Newsom's Great Outdoors

 

 
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  World record size wolves are routinely taken in our hunting areas.