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    Default I have an odd question

    I am wondering if any one know of outfitters that do drop camp sheep hunts. I am asking because I am currently in Afghanistan and will not be able to do my own scouting. I want to be able to go on a hunt when I come back but without being able to do the scouting it really could end up being another camping trip ( I made the mistake after my last deployment and ended up having a wonderful time camping with the bears and red flies but found no sheep). If someone could point me in the right direction I would really appreciate it. I am an alaska resident so I don't need the guide. If I am in an area that has sheep I can find them on my own. I am hoping that somebody knows a guide that will drop me off in an area where there are sheep without having to pay for a fully guided hunt. Thanks.

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    Email 40 Mile Air. I believe they can do what you're looking for. I was just looking on their website for a drop hunt.

    http://fortymileair.com/pricing.htm

    Check six, stay safe over there.

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    Or contact Mike McCrary at http://www.seventynorth.com/ for the Brooks Range. He's a transporter not an outfitter/guide. He might be all booked up, but an email or phone call might hook you up. I'm using him again early August for a caribou float hunt.

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    Thank you for the info.

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