The beauty, tranquility and solitude of drop camps in Alaska are unlike anywhere else.
Scott Haugen used to live in Alaska’s Arctic, where he taught school and lived a subsistence lifestyle..it’s a place he can never get enough of!
Overcoming many challenges, including a near-death experience in a bush plane, Scott Haugen and Paul Atkins were able to fill a grizzly tag on Alaska’s Arctic tundra.
Glassing from high points is a wise approach when hunting in Alaska, and it paid off on this hunt.
There’s nothing like fresh, ice-cold water from an Alaskan stream. (Water bottle shown: Pure Hydration Traveler bottle, with a built-in filter attached to the screw-on cap.) In Alaska, weather conditions can change in minutes, and hunters must be prepared for it all.