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air charter said...
Posted by turner1978 on Apr 20 2006
The air charter is High adventure air out of soldatna. I asked them where and what type of country we would be in and they said that they wouldn't know for sure untill about a week before our hunt due to the migration being unpredictable this far out. They said it could be flat tundra or mountains or... I have gathered that most caribou like it in the flat and open ares like the tundra and many of the caribou huntiong pictures I have seen don't have any trees in the back ground. I am acustomed to hunting heavily wooded mountains here in idaho and never have a problem finding trees before. It's gonna be wierd hunting without them.

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