Unguided Caribou Hunting In Alaska

Caribou hunting success stories abound when you fly with Ram Aviation. UNGUIDED CARIBOU HUNTS IN ALASKA Ram Aviation specializes in unguided caribou and drop off moose hunts – otherwise known as “Do It Yourself” hunts. Our hunts are designed for a specific group of hunters who are experienced and confident enough in their skills to go…

Moose Information

Another successful moose hunting trip in Alaska with Ram Aviation The Alaskan moose hunt is the largest of the deer family. An adult male can be nearly 7 foot tall at the shoulder and tip the scales at 1600 pounds or more. That’s about 600-700 pounds of meat after you’ve dressed it out. And their…

Bow Hunting Caribou

Some bow hunting tips for when you take your Alaskan Adventure! BOW HUNTING FOR CARIBOU Few outdoor experiences can top an Alaskan bow hunting trip. Bow hunting caribou in Alaska has long been the domain of experienced guides. However, the cost of a guided bow hunt often precludes other interested parties from participating. In recent…

Alaska Hunting

In the 1800s, Europeans from southern and central climes, often hunted animals to obtain only the head or pelt as a display of their own prowess, with the rest of the animal being wasted. In North America at that time, hunting was primarily done to supplement food supplies. Sport hunting later saw the evolution of…

Big Game Hunting In Alaska

There are few more exciting and more dangerous activities than big game hunting in Alaska. Your safety and success are directly influenced by your preparation. More information allows you to prepare both mentally and physically for the challenges of an Alaska hunt. Take your preparation seriously and you will enjoy your trip all the more….

Caribou Meat

One of the most rewarding aspects of hunting for Caribou in the Alaskan wilderness is the satisfaction of hunting, skinning, and cooking your own meat. Eating caribou meat may sound exotic to those from “the Lower 48,” but the meat’s texture and flavor are easy for meat lovers to appreciate and savor. Compared to beef…

Ancient Caribou Hunting

Alaska Caribou hunting, a modern dream for many outdoorsmen, was part of an ancient way of life in many parts of the northern continent. Recent archaeological evidence discovered beneath Lake Huron point to a sophisticated system of hunting the migrating caribou herds. The site, dated at 9,000 years old, reveals an arrangement of limestone walls…

The Caribou of Alaska

Caribou are very large members of the deer family and are typically found in northern climes. Their hooves are specially useful for navigating through snow, and even function as a paddles when swimming across water. Between Alaska and Canada’s Yukon territory, their population is upwards of around 950,000. The caribou is an active animal, moving…

The Elusive and Magnificent Caribous

Known for their elusive quality and their elaborate horns, the Caribou is one of the paramount species to hunt in the Far North. The Boone and Crocket Club recognizes five sub-species of caribou (a few of which we will discuss here), each of which found in different regions of North America, each offering up different…

Getting Your Moose

A moose hunt, while extremely exciting, can also be one of the most difficult hunts to undertake. Moose hunting takes a lot of patience on the hunter’s behalf, because these animals have the capability to cover a lot of territory and do so very quickly. Even though there are some things that are clearly out…