Good friend. Alaska resident Chad Hood uses the good old Alaskan barter system for a caribou hunt. "Number of years ago 2010ish, I think it was when we went, but we put together a caribou trip up to the Brooks range of Alaska in a good classic Alaska barter situation. I didn't really know where I wanted to go. I didn't know that country all that well. But there's a guy up in Fairbanks. People give him money and he’ll help ‘em plan a trip out. And I called the guy up and they said, Hey, I don't want you to tell me what to do, this is what I'm looking for. This is when I want to go and this is what I want to get. And if I send you a box of halibut, will you help me out. He's living in Fairbanks. So he agreed. I sent him 20 pounds of halibut. He gave me the details. And so I was off to the races and we ended up flying out of Coldfoot. The operator there has a beaver airplane on tundra tires. So it was perfect for three people. Get a caribou apiece and still make it out. So we went out. A couple of buddies from the lower 48. Three people in a beaver with gear and then with caribou. We had to plan ahead. And so we ended up leaving a lot of nice comfort gear in coldfoot just because we didn't have enough weight and definitely on thin clothing and all sorts of stuff. So the flight itself was actually about an hour and a half out. And when they finally got there tomorrow."