Our gear package provides hunters with not only comfort, but the NECESSITIES of being out in what can be a very harsh and unforgiving environment. Above the Arctic Circle is no place to skimp on gear!
We pay close attention to your needs, ensuring that camps have enough food, even in the event you get stuck in the field for extra days due to unforeseen issues. In addition, camp gear is closely inspected each time it returns from the field, with damaged or worn items being replaced as needed.
Camp Gear Rental Package
*For every TWO hunters
- 1 Cabela’s four or six man Guide Model tent for every TWO hunters. This gives you plenty of room for cots, bags and personal gear.
- 1 Stove with four, one pound propane bottles
- 2 Cots
- 2 Rolls of toilet paper
- 1 Tarp
- Matches and lighter/fire starters
- 1 Cook set, including a coffee pot, kitchen pots, pans, utensils, two sets of silverware, plates, bowls and cups, and a collapsible water container.
- 4 Garbage bags
- 1 Lantern with mantels
- 1 Roll paper towels
- Dish soap
- 10 Quart size sandwich Ziploc bags
- 20 feet of Twine
- Basic First Aid Kit
What's included in the Food package per TWO hunters
- 1 Bag Beef Jerky
- 5 lbs. of potatoes
- 2 loaves of bread
- 1 Ziplock bag of onions
- 1 jar of jelly
- 1 jar of peanut butter
- 1 bag of Cheese Crackers
- Cooking oil
- Fruit Snacks/Hard Candy/Granola Bars
- Instant Coffee w/ Cream and Sugar
- Instant Oatmeal
- Hot Cocoa/Tea Bags
- Ramen Soup
- Fish Seasoning, Salt and Pepper, etc.
1 Box of 10 Freeze Dried, Backpacking-Style Meals
- 10 Breakfasts that include a variety of oatmeal & scrambled eggs, skillets, etc.
- 28 Dinners that include a mixed variety of chicken, beef & pork entrees.
- 8 Desserts are also included, and are based on availability.
- Items may change slightly, subject to seasonal availability.
- If you require any special medicine and/or foods associated with your daily diet and health routine, you will want to make sure you pack it yourself and bring it with you.
Our goal is ALWAYS to place you in a location where you will have a chance for a successful hunt. The camps are placed along the migration route, to stack the odds in your favor. All of the areas we use have had historical success. The weather, our schedule and caribou movement will determine your camp location. We try our best to locate camps in areas with plenty of driftwood/willows for makeshift camping, temporary meat caches and building fires.