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Thread: Haul road update...Bou movement, Sag flow etc....

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    Default Haul road update...Bou movement, Sag flow etc....

    Guys I'm wondering if anyone has any updates on bou movement up the Dalton.

    Looking to see where the herd movement is or if they are just scattered everywhere north of the Range.
    Also wondering how the Sag flow is right now. The last I hunted up there I didn't use my raft, Just careful wading across with sticks and waders.
    I know conditions change rapidly but just looking to get a current overview of things.

    Appreciate the insights...
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    Working up on the slope. Sag has been high and muddy all summer long. As far as I can tell the herds are not present around deadhorse last couple weeks.
    A few herds, nothing to large moving around Kuparuk this week.
    These are just my observations lately.

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    I was up there on my motorcycle last weekend and only saw one bou (a nice bull though) by Finger rock. Not much other than mosquitos when we went through.
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    They have been milling around (large herds 100-1000 animals) out toward west dock and along the coast. They are taking refuge along the water, standing on the road and on the pad to get away all the bugs.
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    Thanks guys.
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    Newb here. What type of weather and temps can I expect in 2 weeks from now around gaibraith lake area?

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    Anywhere from 60's to freezing. Rainy and cool to sunny and hot.
    Currently 65* and sunny this morning.
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    Thank you, sounds like you have to pack for all 4 seasons

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    Quote Originally Posted by B4guy View Post
    Thank you, sounds like you have to pack for all 4 seasons
    Well, any snow probably won't accumulate much.

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