SPORTSMEN ON FILM: LOADED FOR POLAR BEARS
Author: Nick Trente & Ken Wilson
Publisher: Sportsmen on Film, Mar 2004
A spectacular continuous sequence that will make you forget about the extreme cold & actually consider booking this hunt. DVD, 60 min.
First, Ken Wilson hunts white bear during March by dog team out of Holman with guides Pat Ekpakuhak and Larry Olifie. Ken gets his shot and downs a good bear on the ice between Banks Island and Victoria Island.
Then in May, hunting with Titus Allooloo and three dog teams out of Pond Inlet, Nick Trenke shoots an exceptional polar bear in a spectacular continuous sequence that will make you forget about the extreme cold and actually consider booking this hunt.
Before Nick's hunt, Boyd describes his hunt for Nanuk and the incredible role played by the dog teams and their mushers as Boyd's bear is tracked throughout the night, thanks to the midnight sun.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"This hunt I consider to be the 'toughest hunt' left in North America, and likely in the world. Mentally, physically, and environmentally, you will be challenged to your limits."
--Boyd Warner, owner of Adventure Northwest