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Ameri-Cana Expeditions
North American Hunting
Yukon Dall Sheep

Situated in Yukon hunting concessions 11 and 16, our outfitter’s area covers over 8500 square miles of mountainous terrain. Lakes, streams, alpine meadows and glaciers provide an ideal setting for hunting

Dall Sheep - One of North America’s finest trophies are plentiful. The rams in this area are noted for having heavy based horns and large growth periods between their annual rings. Over the years a number of rams from this area have qualified for the Boone and Crockett record book. Not only do we offer clients large curl rams but also a high density of rams are found in these locations. The elevation ranges from 3,500 to 7,000 feet.  

Hunting Dates and Costs

Big Game Season in the Yukon runs from August 1st through October 31st. Hunting in early August are mainly Dall Sheep, however, the hunter can also collect Wolf if the chance should arise. Moose season opens August 15th.

  (hunting days) (hunting days)
Alaska-Yukon Moose Hunt by Horseback or Boat 7 day $28,500 10 day $32,500
Dall Sheep Hunt by Horseback, Boat or Backpack 7 day $28,500 10 day $32,500

Harvest Fees on additional game

Dall Sheep $15,000.00USD
Yukon Moose $15,000.00USD
Caribou $15,000.00USD
Wolf No Charge

All prices are in US Dollars. All hunts are one guide per one hunter unless otherwise noted. Camps are cabins and or tents. All meals, lodging, guides, horses (where applicable), skinning and salting of hides is included. Deposit and terms: ½ of total amount is due at the time of booking and final payment including GST tags and transportation is due May 1st of the year of hunt. Not include in the hunt price, GST, license & tags, government royalties, RT transportation from Ft. Nelson or Whitehorse to camp and return and meat flight. Non-Hunter rates vary from $400-$600 per day per person Horns, Cape and Meat flight $750-2500. All prices are subject to change.

Horns, Antlers, Cape, Meat Flights $1,500 - $2,500
Out camps to Burwash $812.00
Out Camps to Whitehorse on request

Accommodations and Hunting Method

Our outfitter’s Yukon properties include log cabins that are dry and warm. Most camps accommodate two hunters comfortably and are equipped with wood heating stoves, beds and mattresses. Their cooks serve hearty meals in a comfortable kitchen cabin. An experienced wrangler is on hand to care for the horses. Satellite telephones at our spike camps keep us in contact with Whitehorse at all times.

In our Yukon properties, the majority of hunting is done on horseback with some hunting being conducted by boat and backpacking. They have a string of reliable horses, well adapted to the mountainous terrain. A guide skilled at stalking game, handling horses and caring for trophies, accompanies each hunter. All hunts are one on one. In most cases, hunters and their guides operate from spike camps away from base camp. This is accomplished easily with sturdy horses equipped with the best of saddles and pack gear; allowing the hunter to cover more ground and increasing his chances of collecting a trophy animal.

Important Information

Due to flying limitations, your gear weight should be kept to a limit of 50lbs.

It is also important to inform us of your age, weight, and height, in order to plan a better hunt for you with respect to horses, guides and area.

If any hunter should decide to leave early or request additional flights, these flights will be arranged at the hunter’s expense.

With an abundance of animals and outstanding trophy quality, the Yukon has a lot to offer to the avid sportsman. This is a place that you can return to many times and hunt different game and have chances at excellent trophies. 

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