Alaska • I offer personalized 1 on 1 and 2 on 1 big game hunting trips lasting 10-12 days. I'm licensed in Unit 9, the Alaska Peninsula, and Unit 16. My fall hunts are limited to 7 per season and start on August 10th and run until October 21st. With Peninsula brown bear hunts occurring in May of even # years, and October of odd # years, I only book 2-4 clients per season and do most of the guiding myself.
Alaska • Winter trapline hunts - These hunts are conducted primarily by snowmobile in GMU's 13 and 20. I run three different traplines encompassing over three hundred miles. These hunts take place from Dec. - Mar., If the hunter would like an opportunity to harvest a Lynx or Wolverine they will have to come join me in the dead of the Alaskan winter (Dec.- Feb). I won't promise warm weather but I will guarantee you some of the most scenic snowmobiling on earth and lots of it! Wolf hunting alaska style is always rewarding. We will do some calling for predators as well as setting traps and snares in locales that are likely spots to produce results. Typically we will snowmobile between 50-150 miles a day in search of Wolves, Wolverine, Lynx, Coyote and Fox. If you are looking to only do wolf hunting in Alaska then later in the winter is the prime time. We will stay at several of my cabins for two and three day stints looking for predators to call and/or trap.
Yukon • Each year we establish a few bait sites well in advance of your arrival. This really improves your chances of connecting with big fur like wolves, wolverine and lynx. On a typical day we will travel 25 to 30-miles of wilderness trail checking and setting traps. For clients interested, some good ice fishing is also available.
Alaska • Join us at our home in the Wilderness of Alaska! We operate two traplines. One is located in the Nowitna River area, where we also offer Fall moose/grizzly hunts. Our traplines are truly remote. In winter, we get to and from our traplines by airplane, and travel along our 250 miles of hand cut trails and along frozen rivers using both dog teams and snowmachines. We trap primarily Wolf, Wolverine, Lynx, Fox, Marten, and Beaver. Depending on your interest, you may wish to come in the early Winter to help us set out our traps, open up 'line cabins, and set up tent camps along our many trails. Learn the processes of skinning, stretching, and drying quality furs, the source of our trapline income. Hop on the runners of one of our homemade dog sleds behind a team of dogs. You may also want to come in the Spring, when we begin to snap our marten and lynx traps for the season, and focus more of our energy on Wolf, Wolverine, and Beaver, whose seasons continue into April.