Hey guys I am new to the forum. I joined after being told about it from some guys I met in camp. My brother and I made our first hunting trip to Alaska. It was great. We shot 4 caribou. I don't like to complain but was unhappy with one part of our trip. We flew to Deadhorse via Alaska Airline. Then we flew to Kavik River Camp via *******. The flight too and from Kavik cost us 1900. That was a bit more than I was thinking but with limited options it was doable. We were then told there is an 850lb weight limit per flight. Ok I understand that for safety reasons. Filling out the paper work their paper stated that each hunter is allowed one caribou. We were told that that was only for their hunters and that it didn't matter because we were going through Kavik River and another charter service. It didn't seem right to me with the one caribou per hunter and still making the 850lbs weight limit. I alone probably had 320-340lbs between me gun and gear. With two guys guns gear and two bulls. I dont think 850 would be doable but whatever. We flew to Kavik River Camp and then out to the bush with Jeff Kruse of Bushwacker Air. Jeff was a great guy and very easy to work with. I would highly recommend him. When it came time to leave I called **** at ******* to arrange a flight from Kavik to Deadhorse. **** to me seemed very unprofessional. He wasn't very friendly on the phone. I had to keep calling him back because he never had any information and he seemed upset of our 4 caribou and having to make another flight. We were at Kavik for 2 days before he figured the weather was decent enough to come pick us up. At this time there was also another hunter at Kavik that needed a flight back to Deadhorse. It would be just him and his gear so he could easily jump in with our meat and make weight and save them a trip. When we got to Deadhorse **** charged us another 950 before the plane would leave to go get our meat. We asked if we could pay the difference of the flight with the other hunter. You pay round trip upfront so the return flight is paid for. The other hunter originally flew out in a group of three so he already paid 633 for his flights. We had to pay full price or we didn't get our meat. When the plane returned we had a discussion about the money paid for the flight and why we couldn't combine them. **** was right and that is the way it was. No discussion really. So on the last flight they made 1583 on a 950 flight. I was not real impressed with the service at *******. The pilots we had were great guys and very pleasant. **** not so much. If I ever hunt that area again I will find another option and not fly with *******. I wont give my money to a business that treats people that way. Sorry for the rant. Just thought my story might save someone else some money and give them less hassle.