I was fortunate enough to draw DS204 Motorized DCUA Sheep and since I got my results yesterday morning, I have spent the last 29 hours (about 4.5 hours sleeping the rest tossing and turning) researching DCUA on this website, ADF&G's site, the internet, and I tried calling Becky @ ADFG in Glennallen and Tom State Sheep Biologist in Anchorage to no avail. I was wondering if anyone here has personal experience with a fly-in hunt in DCUA or could make a general recommendation of an airstrip or general location. From what I have put together so far, I am liking the sounds of the Gerstle Glacier or Spur Creek areas but I am completely open to any area, as I have no personal knowledge of either area.
I know that it is a good problem to have and that I am fortunate to get to hunt this area so I want to make the most of the opportunity. I am in good shape and do not mind working to make my hunt a success. I called 40 Mile Air at 8 am on Friday but, Lief and Jake are not returning calls (at least not to me until Monday) and I hope to book something early on Monday morning. I would truly appreciate and any general thoughts or experiences you would be willing to share about the DCUA. Thanks Greg