What To Bring Hunting

 

Alaska hunting trips

Alaska Hunting Trips | What To Bring

 

Hunt Includes

All hunts are 7 Days, 6 Nights | Saturday to Friday | Saturday and Friday include travel time

10 hunters per week maximum- 2 Boat Options

Boat option #1 | The Sundy- 50 ft vessel | Sleeps 6 Hunters | 4 minimum booked for hunt

Boat option #2 | The Arctic Endeavor- 43 ft vessel | Sleeps 4 Hunters | 2 minimum booked for hunt

Lodging and transportation to and from hunting areas provided

All meals provided- View Menu Options Hot & cold beverage- Non-Alcoholic

All fishing gear, fish processing, crabbing pots/gear (if available), freezing of hides, and wax boxes for game meat

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What To Bring

Here is a list of items that you should bring with you on your Kodiak Hunt:

  • Rifle (270 cal. or larger) or Bow and Arrows
  • Shotguns for waterfowl hunting
  • Ammunition
  • Range Finder
  • Good waterproof hiking boots with strong ankle support
  • Rain gear, all purpose outdoor clothing. We recommend Cabela’s Dry-Plus
  • Layered non-cotton clothes
  • Day pack / frame pack
  • Hip boots for Duck Hunting
  • Skinning knives w/ sharpening stone
  • Sleeping Bag (pillow is provided)
  • Personal toiletries
  • Flashlight/head lamp
  • Binoculars
  • Compass/GPS
  • Drag rope
  • Space blanket
  • Flagging tape
  • Canteen / water bottle
  • Water filter
  • First aid kit
  • Camera
  • Gun cleaning kit (salt water environment)
You will need to purchase hunting or fishing licenses from a licensed Fish and Game vendor before you arrive to board the boat.

(You must have these three things to hunt in Alaska)

  • Hunting License
  • Harvest card for the animal your hunting no cost for this card
  • Metal locking ring

* If you plan on duck hunting, you must have a State and federal duck stamp before you arrive.

  • Non-resident Hunting license – $85.00
  • Non-resident Hunting and 7 day fishing combo license – $140.00
  • Caribou Tag – $325
  • Deer Kill Tag – $150.00 (up to 3 avail.)
  • State waterfowl stamp – $5.00

Residents and Non-residents can use their sport fish license to retain dungeness and tanner ONLY- we do not crab for Kings due to being commercially operating during the time of your hunt.

This is a short list of items you should bring on your Kodiak Hunt. Of course items you feel you need can be added. It is important to remember that Ninilchik Charters is a big-game transporter, and this is a “self-guided” hunt. The equipment you need to go hunting, remove game from the field, and process game (caping, skinning, quartering, butchering) must be supplied by you.

Other amenities can be brought on board as well. Beer and Liquor is not provided by Ninilchik Charters, but you are welcome to bring your own. We ask, for safety reasons, that you drink responsibly while on board.

 

Hunts DO NOT Include

 

  • Guns & Ammunition
  • Hunting & Fishing Licenses/Tags/ Harvest Cards- MUST HAVE PRIOR TO BOARDING BOAT
  • Alcoholic Beverages/ Sodas
  • Transportation via Airfare to and from Larsen Bay
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Personal Hygiene Products
  • Showers
  • Any LARGE GAME hunting gear/equipment
  • Game Bags to store meat
  • Shipping of meat/goods
  • Maps of locations to hunt- We operate as a Transporter ONLY- Review Here

 

For additional information or questions, please feel free to reach out to us at any time!

We look forward to hunting with you!