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We still have a few spots available for our 2018 drop camp caribou season, we have a spot for a group of up to 4 guys august 15-21 and 2 spots september 1-9 the price is $2750 per person, for more information you can check us out on facebook at North Star Outfitters or contact Ryan Schliesser 1-907-982-5986 call text or e-mail at chandalarlake@gmail.com

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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2018, 07:35:30 AM »
Is $2750 really the final price?  Or do most of your clients end up paying additional flight fees and whatnot?  I guess my question is, what is the average amount that most of your clients really end up paying?

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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2018, 08:25:38 AM »
Is $2750 really the final price?  Or do most of your clients end up paying additional flight fees and whatnot?  I guess my question is, what is the average amount that most of your clients really end up paying?

Our flight from Spokane to Deadhorse is $1320.  Tags are $650 for the Caribou tag, $60 for the wolf tag and $230 for the hunting lic, which includes 7 days of fishing.  Toss in a few extra items for camp rental items and our food and it's going to run us a little under $5000 each for our group of 4.
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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2018, 08:26:59 AM »
Is $2750 really the final price?  Or do most of your clients end up paying additional flight fees and whatnot?  I guess my question is, what is the average amount that most of your clients really end up paying?

Our flight from Spokane to Deadhorse is $1320.  Tags are $650 for the Caribou tag, $60 for the wolf tag and $230 for the hunting lic, which includes 7 days of fishing.  Toss in a few extra items for camp rental items and our food and it's going to run us a little under $5000 each for our group of 4.

I recognize that there are ancillary costs, I'm just wondering if there are any additional fees that North Star charges or does $2750 really get you the whole shebang.  It's a sweet deal if it does

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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2018, 08:31:27 AM »
Is $2750 really the final price?  Or do most of your clients end up paying additional flight fees and whatnot?  I guess my question is, what is the average amount that most of your clients really end up paying?

Our flight from Spokane to Deadhorse is $1320.  Tags are $650 for the Caribou tag, $60 for the wolf tag and $230 for the hunting lic, which includes 7 days of fishing.  Toss in a few extra items for camp rental items and our food and it's going to run us a little under $5000 each for our group of 4.

I recognize that there are ancillary costs, I'm just wondering if there are any additional fees that North Star charges or does $2750 really get you the whole shebang.  It's a sweet deal if it does

For our trip that included the camp cost.  We added a couple of things like a raft to get back and for across the river if need be and a propane tank.  Otherwise it covers everything else.
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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #5 on: April 16, 2018, 10:29:44 AM »
Dealt with Ryan last year and his prices were pretty much all inclusive after we got there.  He supplied everything that he said he would.


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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #6 on: April 16, 2018, 10:43:12 AM »
Dealt with Ryan last year and his prices were pretty much all inclusive after we got there.  He supplied everything that he said he would.


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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #7 on: April 16, 2018, 02:58:39 PM »
We hunted Moose and tagged out.


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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #8 on: April 17, 2018, 07:26:48 AM »
thanks, for all the response guys,   yes there are no other hidden costs on my end.

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Re: 2018 Drop camp caribou hunts in alaska, still a few spots available
« Reply #9 on: April 17, 2018, 05:36:44 PM »
Just out of curiosity... how much are the Moose camps?

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Moose is $4800 per person, but we are all booked up for 2018 moose

 

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