So just some background info before I ask my question...I hunted caribou off the haul road last fall and we had a great trip but I was disappointed in the opportunities with my bow. We had guns along but I would have liked to have been in more stalkable terrain so I could have went after them with my bow. So I am looking for a different area to try (not until fall 2014) that has stalkable terrain where a guy can get in longbow range of a caribou. I have looked into the brooks range flying out of bettles but I'm not sure if that will be much better than where we were hunting last fall. Sounds like a lot of that area is open tundra. I have also looked at the 40 mile herd ad I think that may be a little better but I have not been in that area so I don't know what to expect. I am willing to put in for a draw area, do a fly in hunt...whatever is going to be my best opportunity. I'm not looking for anyone's hunting spot, just a general idea on which herd/area would be the best for a bowhunter wanting to crawl in on one.
Thanks for your help.