Here's what we know: The hunt takes place, roughly 1,800 miles east of Moscow, and is being developed by Sergio (Srdja) Dimitrijevic of Hunt In Europe (www.huntineurope.com/us), who says he spent two weeks scouting the area this fall. Dimitrijevic has an interesting history of pioneering new hunting and fishing destinations, including hunting in Macedonia and Armenia and fishing in Bolivia. We have nine positive reports in our database mentioning Dimitrijevic in association with Safari International (7565, 7394, 6672, 7150, 6452, 5998, 5610, 5312, 4488,), and one positive report on Hunt In Europe (7270). That was from a March 2009 wolf hunt in Macedonia by subscriber Rex Baker.
This hunt originates in Norilisk (a six-hour scheduled flight from Moscow), and will run weekly, August 22 to September 19, with six hunters per week. Until the end of August the caribou are still in velvet. Travel to the hunting area will be by scheduled helicopter. The actual hunting will be 2x1 using boats to travel a river and look for caribou as they cross. Each hunter can take two caribou. Dimitrijevic says bear, wolves and wolverine are possible targets of opportunity and that the pike fishing here is the best in the world.
Dimitrijevic tells us there are over 2 million caribou in this area, and, until........(continued)