I've scrimped and saved and I'm going on my first fly-in hunt this year (next week) to the south slope of the Brooks Range. We'll be dropped off on a gravel bar via C185 and 10 days later, assuming weather doesn't change the rules, get picked up 50 miles downstream. It will take 2 flights in and, hopefully, 3 flights out with critters. My hunting partner and I are wondering what the expectation is, if any, regarding tipping the charter? I mean, is it standard to pay the bill (plenty high, of course!) and walk away or is there a general rule of thumb about tipping?
Thanks in advance,