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Kevin, Victoria, Sean and Nathan Olmstead
P.O. Box 6677
Fort St. John
B.C., Canada, V1J4J1

Tel: 250-789-9494
Fax: 250-789-3282

Personal Gear

The following is a list of clothing and equipment which will give you a general idea of what is required for your hunt.

You should be prepared for a wide range of weather conditions. During August the temperatures range from 70 F (+20 C) to lows of 20 F to 30 F (-2 C) at night. In late September and October the thermometer may drop to 10 F (-10 C) at night with a chance of some snow.

1 pair of long underwear (Cabela's ECWCS top and bottom)
4 pair socks (Cabela's ultimax socks)
4 pair cotton socks
2 fleece henley outerwear (Cabela's Outfitter'sT Microfleece Henley)
2 cotton t-shirts
2 long sleeve shirts
2 pair blue jeans/pants
1 pair of warm fleece pants
1 set of good rain gear (Cabela's Alaskan GuideR GORE-TEX)
1 synthetic down vest
1 synthetic down jacket
1 set of light gloves
1 set of heavy warm waterproof gloves
1 hat baseball cap or cowboy hat
1 pair of good leather hunting boots waterproof with good Vibram sole
1 pair of camp shoes slip on comfy
1 pair of camp clothes (sweats)
Thermarest Mattress
Sleeping bag small packable warm (Cabela's Alaskan guide -40) backpack at least a 3500 square inch (Eberlestock X-2 Hunting Pack) Pair of binoculars best if 10x42 or better
2 waterproof duffle bags (Cabela's Boundary WatersT II Duffel Bag large)
1 towel for drying off in out camp
Please no big hard bottom roller bags. You can fly with them but have the
smaller bags for flying into the mountains Rifle with ammo Camera