Welcome - Redstone Trophy Hunts offers world class hunting for Dall Sheep, Mountain Caribou, and Alaska / Yukon Moose. Wolf and Wolverine can also be taken as available. Redstone Trophy Hunts is located in the heart of the Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. The hunting area is 250 miles south of the Arctic Circle, and consists of 6000 square miles of magnificent, untouched wilderness. The main drainages include the Redstone, Keele, Moose Horn, No Name, Louisbell, Raven Throat, Silverberry, and Root Rivers.
This area offers a very diverse terrain from large, sweeping valleys and low rolling mountains to high, rugged peaks and ranges. Elevations vary from 3,800 ft. to 7,500 ft. There are no roads or cutlines throughout the area. You will not see any hunters other than Redstone clients while hunting.
This hunting area (S/OT/O5) offers miles of pristine hunting, and supports a large population of Dall Sheep and Caribou. Our hunters have averaged a 95% success rate on Dall Sheep and Caribou over the last 20 years. Rams taken have averaged 10½ years of age, and 37 inches horn length.
We have taken a number of Boone and Crocket Caribou in recent years, including a pending new world record in 2003. (463 B&C points) Check out our photo galleries.
We operate out of two base camps during the fall season. Hay Hook Lake Camp is located 120 air miles southwest of Norman Wells. Dal Lake Camp is 160 air miles from Norman Wells. These camps consist of metal constructed buildings, and include a kitchen house, propane heated cabins, and hot showers.
From these camps we travel by saddle/pack horses, river boat, or helicopter to access the many different ranges and drainages within the area. This enables us to hunt much of the area and harvest the best animals available. It also enables us to accommodate people of many different ages and physical abilities.
All hunts are strictly fair chase.
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