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By Steve Meyer The “Haul Road,” otherwise known as the Dalton Highway, is a 400-mile stretch of gravel, broken pavement, frost heaves, potholes and sharp drop-offs without the benefit of guard rails, but also what is arguably the most spectacular scenery in the Western Hemisphere. Built in five months in 1974, when the official go-ahead to […]
By Paul D. Atkins   As we pushed our way through the waist deep snow the big snowshoe hare just sat there and waited. His “white” camouflage blended perfectly with the snow, but not quite good enough to keep me, and my 8-year old son, Eli from pushing forward. With each step I figured he […]

Bjorn Dihle In the spring of 2013, I set off from Juneau with the hopes of kayaking to Sitka and visiting the homestead of Allen Hasselborg, a hermit that had been dead for more than 60 years, in Mole

By Bjorn Dihle The origin of the word “caribou” comes from Newfoundland’s Micmac First Nation clan, the Yalipu. Yalipu roughly translates as “snow-shoveler”—caribou shovel through the

By Joni Kiser The 2015 Archery Trade Show (ATA) took place this year in Indianapolis, IN. Although the show is a huge event, it is actually closed to the public and is primarily an order-writing event for dealers. The show is attended by folks from various areas of the archery industry, including manufacturers, archery retailers, distributors and media. This […]

By Marcus Weiner Often overlooked in Alaska due to the presence of glamour animals such as moose, brown bear, Dall sheep, caribou and mountain goats, the Sitka blacktail deer offers a wide range of hu

By Paul D. Atkins My hands were freezing and the thought of drawing back a bow in such cold weather scared me. But the musk ox bull in front of me couldn’t wait, so wrapped in several layers of

The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge/U.S. Fish &Wildlife Service has once again usurped the authority of the State of Alaska, Department of Fish and Game management.  They have closed the brown bear season on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (KNWR) indefinitely.  With biological concerns that are blatantly untrue if not insulting, the KNWR has chosen to […]

Testers at Hunt Alaska magazine review many products over a broad range of categories within each calendar year. From bullets and rifles to knives and packs, boots, layering and outerwear, and even on

Drake Waterfowl Systems is a relative newcomer to the waterfowl having been around for only twelve years.  It’s hard to become an industry leader in such a short time unless the products put out are simply outstanding in their field.   My first experience with Drake was in the fall of 2006, when I needed to […]

It all started innocently enough. Three friends exploring the island for fish and game. Crazy Feet held two black bear tags, while Mac was focused on the Prince of Wales blacktail. Wally was there to

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