Well I made my first ever trip to Adak last week and had a great time. The hunt was harder than I planned, but with hard work comes success. At times it felt more like a goat or sheep hunt as I was continually going up and down hills/mountains. The hunting pressure was rather high, but most didn't wander to far from the road. I wondered miles off the roads and found success in doing so. I only saw about 200 caribou and of that only a few small bulls. Since this was a meat hunt I harvested cows only. I also had a new rifle that I had not used prior to the hunt other than at the range to sight it in. The rifle was a 7mm wsm with 160 grain bullets. I was very impressed by this round. I made two kill shots, one at 308 yards and the other at 315 yards. Adak was a rather strange place, but unique and pretty in its own way. I was with good friends and we were all able to get at least one caribou. I'm looking forward to next years trip all ready.