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ALASKA CHUGACH DALL’S SHEEP PERMIT ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & GAME

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ALASKA CHUGACH DALL’S SHEEP PERMIT ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & GAME
SOLD
140,000.00USDto floor+ buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2020 Jan 17 @ 21:20UTC-8 : PST/AKDT
During the week of January 14-19th you will be able to contact Auction Support at 406-404-8765.
ALASKA CHUGACH DALL’S SHEEP PERMIT
ALASKA DEPARTMENT
OF FISH & GAME
Tom Lohuis
P: 907.267.2412
E: thomas.lohuis@alaska.gov
BOOTH# 967
Here is a spectacular opportunity for your 2020 sheep hunt. This special permit area now includes all of the drawing permit areas of the Chugach Mountains in Alaska Game Management Units 13D, 14A, and 14C. With this permit, you can hunt any of these units, including Metal and Friday Creeks, Tazlina Glacier, and the Ram Valley and Falls Creek areas within Chugach State Park. All of these units have had very limited hunting pressure for the last several years. Much of the Chugach has been on limited draw since 2008, and permits are in high demand. Many hunters are reporting complete solitude on their hunts, a situation not experienced since the glory days of the 1960s and 1970s.

Imagine pursuing multiple 40+ inch class Dall’s sheep through glaciers, high cirques, and snowcapped peaks, while walking on generations-old sheep trails by yourself.

This permit gives you the very real possibility to put a Dall’s ram from Alaska into the record books. Sheep harvested by the 2015 and 2016 Alaska Chugach Dall’s sheep permit holders both broke the magic 170 inch mark, and the guides and hardcore hunters that know this area well insist that even bigger ones are making it through the hunting season and the Alaskan winter, and are still out there. Recently, the Chugach has produced several sheep over the 170 mark and many more animals in the mid to high 160s.

Finally, by purchasing this permit, you are supporting Alaska’s Dall’s sheep research program and making a critical contribution to sheep research and management in Alaska. New staff has been hired and are conducting research in the Alaska and Brooks ranges, and ground breaking work continues in the Wrangell and Chugach mountains as well. We extend our thanks to WSF and the permit purchasers; we appreciate your support!
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