So, I have a haul road caribou hunt planned for some time in august 2015. I am 23 years old and will be hunt with my friend of the same age and my 53 year old father who is in good shape. We are willing to work harder than 99% of the hunters on the haul road to ensure we have the best chances possible of each getting a bou. My initial plan would be to hike the 5 miles out (and yes, I have heard this is a death march) and camp just about on the border. Therefore, any caribou spotted the opposite direction of the road we could go after with firearms, and caribou spotted towards the road we would pursue with bows. I have not heard of anyone else using this strategy on the haul road before, and then it dawned on me--is there any terrain where a camp could POSSIBLY be set up in that region that isn't right off the road? It seems as though it would be a waste of time to camp on the road and hike out the five miles every day to chase bou with a gun. Any information or advice that would help us plan the most productive hunting logistics would be greatly appreciated!