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Hunting And Fishing Adventure Awaits You In Alaska!
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From the waters of the Inside Passage to the vast Arctic to the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska is truly a hunting and fishing paradise. Each year, its millions of acres of wilderness draw visitors from all over the world who hope to bring home a grizzly or black bear, moose or caribou, bison or Dall sheep, ptarmigan or king salmon.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game regulates hunting and fishing in the state, specifying locations and seasons in which particular species may legally be taken, types of gear that may be used, as well as the prices of hunting tags and fishing licenses. Licensed guides, required for bear hunters, can help you select the right gear and find the ideal hunting or fishing spot. The best guides deliver 80% to 100% for most big game species.
Whether you’re hunting big game, waterfowl, fox, coyote or wolverine, the key to a memorable Alaskan hunting adventure is “know before you go.” The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has divided the state into 26 regions, each with its own rules designed to protect diverse wildlife and habitats. State law requires many types of game (bears, sheep, wolves and lynx, for example) to be “sealed.” This means that a state agent must affix a seal to the hide or skull of the animal within 30 days of the kill. Additionally, state law prohibits “wanton waste.” This means that hunters must salvage most of the meat of their kills (internal organs and non-edible parts may generally be left in the field). A complete set of state hunting regulations is available free of charge online, by email or by calling (907) 465-4190.
Many insist that the finest fishing and most delicious seafood anywhere is to be found in Alaska. With 3,000 rivers, three million lakes, the Bering Sea and the Pacific and Arctic oceans, there is truly something for everyone. Alaska is home to five species of salmon alone! Perhaps you’ll be the one to catch the world’s largest halibut (current record stands at 459 lbs.). Or try your hand at fishing for trout, crab or the enigmatic sheefish. Fishing (and hunting) licenses may be purchased online and, in many cases, printed directly from your computer. For details, click here.
If you bring your camera to Alaska, you can expect to take photos of some of the world’s most scenic vistas. From the southeastern glaciers to the forests of Denali and the Northern Lights, breathtaking views await. Ready to make memories that will last a lifetime? Start planning your Alaskan Boat hunting or fishing adventure with a call to (907) 747-6026 or email us at ParkerGuideService@gmail.com.
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