We asked Lee what he thought a hunter might be able to harvest on this hunt, and he expressed cautious optimism on the possibility of connecting with very old record-book rams. "Just because an area has not been hunted for a long time doesn't necessarily mean there are big sheep," he says. "But there is certainly the possibility of seeing some super rams and even record-book rams." Lee went on to say that there's also the excitement of being the first hunter into a new area. He says he is hoping the permit will bring at least $100,000. The funds raised from the sale of this permit will go to Kluane First Nation wildlife conservation and social development programs.