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The Best in Footwear Tested by our Editors for 2017 Lowa Hunter GTX Extreme We’ve put a lot of miles on these high-end hunting boots over the last 5 years. They are no longer in production, but we wanted to tip our cap to Lowa for making an excellent waterproof boot well-suited for tackling […]
Best Bowhunting Equipment for Hunting in Alaska in 2017 Gearhead Archery T20 Carbon Fiber Compound Bow Weighing just 2.9 pounds, testers found this compound bow both light and extremely quiet, built from a carbon fiber pattern that dampens sounds and vibration like no other riser. Capable of speeds up to 335 feet per second, […]

Best Archery Gear for Hunting in Alaska in 2016 Mathews Halon Bow Contributing Editor Lon Lauber is currently using the Mathews Halon bow. It’s super fast, really quiet, has almost no hand shock and

Best Apparel, Footwear and Accessories for Hunting in Alaska in 2016 Caddis Durabreathable Hybrid Waders The FW19801-2W waders by Caddis are built for harsh weather in tough conditions. The bottoms of the one-piece wader are constructed from 5mm DuraStretch neoprene with reinforced knees and feature two large cargo pockets on the hips. The tops are […]

Best Optics for Hunting in Alaska in 2016 Nightforce SHV 5-20×56 Riflescope In 2015 we tested the SHV 5-20×56 and thought it was awesome. The scope allows you to get up close and personal to

Best Guns and Ammo for Hunting in Alaska in 2016 Wild West Guns Alaskan Co-Pilot Made for Alaskans, the Wild West Guns AlaskanCo-Pilot begins with a factory-made Marlin 1895, which is disassembled and

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 to GPS units and optics, we find ourselves privileged to test and report what’s new and useful for hunters in the Alaska […]

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 ou

Some jokingly refer to the mosquito as Alaska’s state bird. The size and ferocity of our state horde is notorious, annoying and, if you’ve happened to check out this infographic making the social media rounds, a little worrisome. It’s true, some mosquitoes do carry diseases that can incapacitate or even kill you. But for the […]
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