Yukon Stone Sheep Hunt 10512
This Yukon Stone sheep hunt takes place among several mountains ranges accessible by aircraft and horseback only. This outfitter hunts stone sheep on foot or horseback at elevations ranging from 4,000-7,000 feet. Rams here vary in coloration from very dark to a light grey/brown Fannin coloration. Stone sheep are in good supply and the number of trophy rams means excellent opportunities for the discriminating sheep hunter. This area boasts superior genetics for horn growth. Young rams with horn length exceeding 38″ are common, mature rams up to 45″ have been harvested. The outfitter has a self imposed quota and a minimum 8 1/2 year age requirement to ensure a quality trophy hunting experience for years to come. The horseback hunts are based from heated cabins or tents in the mountain ranges, however you can backpack and set up a spike camp in different areas while sheep hunting. The horseback hunts allow you ride out to remote locations and cover a large hunting area. Hunters have to be in “sheep shape” but this hunt is much less demanding than the backpack hunt. The backpack hunts start out with a float plane charter into a nearby lake or with a horseback ride to a drop-off point on one of the mountain ranges. These hunts are only for the physically fit and mentally prepared sheep hunter. These Yukon Stone sheep hunts are 14 days in length with 12 full days of hunting. You can also target other species including caribou, sheep, and grizzly on a trophy fee basis. Point of arrival is Whitehorse. This Yukon Stone Sheep hunt is an “all-inclusive” package. Your hunt costs includes all licenses, charter flights, and taxes.