In this section we offer our own personal Alaska hunting stories and those of our friends and readers, as well as field reports that talk about hunting conditions, regulation changes, and the best opportunities to have success hunting Alaska.
Just like our “Fresh Catch Fishing Reports“, our stories are personal to us, and a way to share hunting stories with future generations in our family circles. We aren’t hunting pros, just ordinary “Joe” hunters who rely on our own skill, knowledge and a little bit of dumb luck to fill the freezer for the coming winter.
I'm just now recovering from "almoost" succeeding in taking a bull moose in a northern Alaska hunting unit where I had won by lottery a coveted "any bull" tag for the 2017 season which ran from [...]
Taylor James found his mountain caribou on the last day of the hunt after passing on several younger bulls that were just plain acting too silly to be shot. Caribou are interesting animals...different than moose, [...]
Cooper James and his twin brother Taylor proved extremely lucky in the Fortymile Youth Caribou Hunt draw in 2016, as they EACH drew one of the coveted 30 tags available, giving them the golden tickets [...]