My brother, I, two buddies just returned from a drop camp caribou hunt in unit 26B east of the Dalton Highway north of the Brooks mountain range in Alaska. The trip was awesome. Four of the five us got bulls. It was the hardest hunt of our lives from the stand point of walking the muskeg and the tundra. Unfortunately the air service that we used was the most disorganized bunch of yahoos that I have ever come across. It turns out that you could not believe a word they told you. We should have known something was wrong when while waiting for our turn to fly out one of the pilots quit and told us in passing that the people in charge had no idea of what they were doing. As it turns out he was very right. My advice to anyone who is going to do this is get more than one reference. My taxidermist has to be very lucky. Second make the air taxi give you an idea of how far he is going to be flying you to your hunting spot. (I have bought many first class tickets for trips all over the world.) On a cost per minute flying time this has to be the most expensive plane seat I ever bought. Third get the best set of hip boots you can that you walk a couple of miles in.