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Location: Pa.
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Looking for an Alaskan drop hunt

A group of us are interested in doing a drop / drift hunt for moose and caribou in Alaska. Ideally, we are looking for an outfitter that supplies most of the camp equipment, boat, etc. One that would fly in and pick up the meat and hides when called(weather permitting of course).

I had heard of a good one in the past that does this, but have since forgotten who that was.

If anyone has any good leads or has had personal experieces with such an outfitter, please let me know.

Joined: 01/10/2009
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Looking for an Alaskan drop hunt

Try Steve at Willow Air....they have some drop off DIY hunts for Moose and Griz but I'm sure could set you up on a caribou hunt as well. Check out the website.


Joined: 09/10/2009
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There are 20 lodges along Lake Creek in AK

If you are headed up to get your trophy, Regal Air can take you there. It is not very far from Anchorage. And it's an area that's wild and challenging. Now Rust Flying Service does only fly-in hunting, no lodge. Depending on your objectives, hunts are open for caribou and moose right now and for an 8-10 day hunt the cost is right around $2000..

After the thrill of stalking a mega moose, try something less rugged...

posted by joanna jones of massage casual in Downtown Anchorage

lake creek, whitney camp, base and spike hunting, licensed guide outfitter, sleeping bag, foam pad, pack frame, first aid kit, bow and arrows, rope,
matches, game bags, garbage bags, personal items, freeze dried food, camera and
fim, light jacket, utensils, hip boots rain gear, lantern, white gas, gloves,
tent and rain fly, camp stove, wood saw, down clothing, long underwear, tarp
light wool clothing

Joined: 01/09/2010
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Re: Looking for an Alaskan drop hunt

Did u make the trip and how did u do? I have been there several times on self guided trips and had 100%

Joined: 01/09/2010
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Re: Looking for an Alaskan drop hunt

For future referance there is a book out by Dennis w Confer called Hunt Alaska Now. It is worth its weight in gold and with a little reading u can do the whole trip by yourself. A great piece of info to have for refference

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rodeo75, I'm a diy type of


I'm a diy type of guy and came across your post and looking forward to reading this book. Someday I hope to make it up to alaska to do some hunting. Thanks for your posting

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