Several in Northern BC and Yukon-- i am somewhat familiar with-- drove with one of top guides in BC from Liard River to FT nelson a few years ago-- i always wanted to do one but $$ made it a no go-I lived in Ak and subbed dall's for them. PM or email me if interested.
well i booked a stone hunt with simpson stone outfitters. I am going next august. I can't afford this hunt, but i won some money at a trade show. And i figured easy come, easy go. My winnings cover the hunt, so i figured why not.
You chose a great outfitter. I did a goat hunt in 2004 with Simpson Stone Sheep. Frank is a Great outfitter.
Along with the in-laws, we all tagged out in 5 days (Goats, Grizz and Stone Sheep). We were very happy, but be prepared for bad weather. After our first 5 days, we were clouded & soaked in for the remaining 10 days, shutting down any chance at moose.
PS. Don't just work the legs, put in some time on the saddle or at least an uncomfortable bike seat before you go!
When it come to turkey calls some of us have only one or two. Then there are the ones that have and can't go in the turkey woods without at least a dozen or so. Remember that old calls still work. Just take a little time and freshen up your old style calling tactics.There are most likely more than a hundred types of turkey calls out there on the market. Just waiting for you to pull out the green and spend it on them. From Hunter's Specialties, Lynch, and even the famous Drury brothers calls...