Let's get some hunting pictures up on the forum! I'll start us off.
I didn't get a caribou on my float hunt this year because they weren't migrating at the same time they have over the last decade or so. Oh well, at least I got to enjoy some time away from work and got to enjoy some remote Alaskan wilderness. Here are the pics:
This is where we launch our rafts:
It got a little frosty each morning. The day we launched it was in the high 20's. You can see the frost on my pack and my dry box.
In this picture you can see my tarp setup. It's a highly modified version of the tarp series that ITS Tactical did a while back. Here's a link if you're interested. I sewed additional attachment points onto the ridge of my tarp and I use a 3:1 Z-drag setup with pulley's to get everything nice and tight. You'll notice the remnants of a mining camp just behind my tarp and kitchen setup. The gold miner's up in that area are usually closing up for the season just as the hunters are arriving.
My tent is a Kifaru Tipi. It's got a packable wood stove. You can see the chimney in this picture. With the stove, pole, pegs, stuff sack and everything the tent weighs 15 pounds and can sleep up to about 8 people.
Dutch oven cooking! (That's some beer bread in the Dutch Oven in this pic)
LongHaul slaving away over another meal:
Crisp night air + camp fire + sweet looking sunset = good times for all
Heading out with no meat.