"The caribou in this area are on a draw for local residents; combine that with limited access and the result is little pressure on the trophy bull population. Because Ruby Range is currently allotted only six permits over a three-year period, outfitter Ryan Leef reserves those permits for hunting clients who agree to hold out for a trophy bull that will net over 400 Boone and Crockett points. The Record Book minimum score is 390 B & C. To date, the system appears to be working, resulting in a reported 100 percent take on trophies that are expected to be B & C eligible...."
If Womack's observations pique your curiosity, contact them. Just be aware that Leef conducts his mountain caribou hunts as add-ons to his Dall sheep hunts which cost $14,000. That covers 10 days, with eight full days of hunting; all licenses and tags; pick up and return to the airport; bush flight to camp; and 1 x 1 guiding. The only extra cost to take a mountain caribou is a trophy fee of $3,500.