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Equipment List

The items listed below are recommended

minimum equipment for non-outfitted hunts

(1) Tent--good quality (water and wind resistant) with extra lines and stakes
(2) Sleeping bag and pad (or go-kots) temperature get into 20's in September
(3) Cook stove-prefer type that uses white gas; propane-type use more fuel
(4) Cooking and eating utensils, garbage bags, paper towels, etc. 
(5) Collapsible 5 gallon water containers (2 for 2 people)
(6) Food and spices--try to keep weight and bulk to a minimum
(7) Pack frame with bag, as you can pack a lot of your gear in the pack
(8) Meat bags and tarp (8x10 "/grommets) to cover meat
(9) Salt for animal hides--5 lb. bags stored in ziplock bags to keep dry
(10) Raingear--good coat and pants as it does rain hard
(11) Two changes of clothing with extra socks
(12) Hip boots--optional for caribou, a must for moose
(13) Weapon--gun, bow, slingshot, fishing-pole, etc.
(14) Optics--recommend spotting scope and binoculars
(15) Camera, film, and flashlight
(16) Knife and saw to remove antlers
(17) Personal toiletry items, pills, band-aids, toilet paper, etc.
(18) Hunting license and tags

Please try to limit your weight to 75 pounds per person and keep bags and boxes as small as possible. We use Super Cubs to fly most of our hunters to their camps, and the planes do not have the space for large coolers, Rubbermaid totes, etc. We usually leave your gun case at the airport until your return.

We also have Coleman fuel and propane canisters for sale at cost since the airlines do not allow them to be shipped. Also, federal regulations prohibit the carrying of pepper spray and bear repellents in passenger aircraft, so please leave it at home.

We may have left things off of the above list that you feel you need. In order to make your hunt more enjoyable, please do not hesitate to bring anything else along that you feel you need.

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