Well, remember that getting there and back, tags, motels, restaraunts, taxidermy, and other stuff will add $2500 or more to the hunt. So when you hear $7000 for a dall hunt of $15000 for a rocky, keep that in mind. You would likely be hunting in early fall, maybe a bit earlier for the dalls than the rocky that may be hunted in late fall in some areas.
My initial research is showing NWT and the Yukon as the
place to hunt dalls.Get out your checkbook or home owner
equity line of credit.
But for big dalls this is the place.
The Brooks range is a good choice,although the sheep are
not as numerous and as big.If you see a good legal ram you
should kill it as you may not see another. So far it looks
like Alaska $7500-8000 ,NWT about $11,500.00.
But...for a once in a lifetime hunt,ten years from now $3500.00
will not matter.
There are still a few good areas in AK to hunt dalls. If you get drawn for a hunt in the chugach mtns, you have a chance at a real nice ram. The wrangells arent bad either.
I never hunted the brooks but I'm sure you can find decent ones in there. Same as the alaska range. The outfit dalliwacker and I went through for our hunt charges somewhere around 7K for a horseback hunt in the wrangells. Its pricy no matter how you want to look at it.