I had a sheep hunt planned last fall but decided against because my wife and I were expecting a little hunter at the same time. Alexander Hunter was born August 8.....right when sheep hunting was kicking off! All in all in what a very good prize. After the little hunter was all settled in the family started to come for visits. Of course my bro-in-law wanted to come and visit the little guy himself so we figured if he was making the trip up we might as well do a quick hunt up North. The weather turned out unseasonably warm so we didn't see as many caribou as we liked. Regardless, it is too far of a trip to go home empty handed so hunted hard. The furthest shot was by Daryl at 680yds with a .338L using 300gr matchkings. The results of that combination made quick work of the caribou. I was using a lightweight .338L using 225gr accubonds. My first shot was at 400yds. My second shot was 450yds. I was not impressed with having to take a second shot. The accubonds did not perform as I had wanted. Both shots were good hits broadside right behind the front shoulder. We harvested three bulls making it a short but successful hunt. Daryl headed home to Washington to do some more hunting. He ended up getting a black bear, whitetail, blacktail and an elk. He had a fantastic season to say the least. Here are a couple pics of the trip up North and the trophies. This Spring we are heading to PWS for a coastal brown/black bear hunt. Long drive drinking a lot of water.