Here's the latest update from Mark Seacat's caribou and Dall sheep hunt in the Northwest Territories. Just as they were ready to head to a different location, Mark and his hunting party spotted a big Dall sheep ram. They've decided to sit tight and set up a stalk on the ram. Check back for more updates as Mark continues his hunt.
Mark Seacat just called in with the latest success stories from his caribou/Dall sheep hunt in the Northwest Territories. His hunting partners arrowed nice mountain caribou to go along with the trophy Mark took on the first day of the hunt.
Mark Seacat called in to update us on his hunt in the Northwest Territories. He’s already downed a trophy mountain caribou, and now he’s chasing Dall Sheep. On day two of the hunt Mark and his partners located several good rams and they’re in good position to make a stalk soon. Click here to listen to Mark’s play-by-play.
Through our Live Hunt program we promised to bring you the most exclusive up-to-date coverage of western hunting ever offered by an outdoor publication. And only one day into his Dall sheep/caribou hunt in the Northwest Territories, Live Hunt host Mark Seacat is already delivering on that promise.
This afternoon at the Outdoor Life office we got a cryptic satellite phone call from Mark. At first, all we could gather was that he had killed something really, really big.
It's 4:27 a.m., and just as happens before the annual elk season opener, I can't sleep. I'm five days away from boarding a plane and heading to the Northwest Territory for my first Live Hunt of the season, on a backpack hunt for Dall sheep and mountain caribou.
There's still much to be done. Thoughts of writing blogs, dialing in my bow and taking one final range session with my rifle have me up early. My daily archery practice session is still an hour away. It's been a busy summer. Besides the annual recipe of gearing up for hunting season, Katie and I got married and spent a week away from everything on a great honeymoon. I let my mind and body rest for a few weeks and just enjoyed the moment. Now it's time to get back down to business.