Knives & Cutting Tools

Knives and cutting tools make hunting in Alaska easier. These are the best hunting knives and tools for 2021 Knives & Cutting Tools Spyderco Siren This Read More...

Knives & Cutting Tools2021-05-07T10:21:38-08:00

Meat Processing: Preventing Spoilage in the Back Country

By understanding the three variables and their relation to each other, the expedition hunter will have the knowledge needed to bring home the highest quality meat yield.

Meat Processing: Preventing Spoilage in the Back Country2020-10-28T13:56:16-08:00

Bags, Packs, and Storage

Getting into the wilderness is half the battle. Thankfully, we've compiled our favorites when it comes to storage, packs, kennels, and more. These are the best game bags Read More...

Bags, Packs, and Storage2021-05-07T10:22:27-08:00


Sometimes hunting in Alaska is best done using a waterway. Here are our favorite watercraft we tested. These are the best watercraft for hunting in 2020 Aire Lion 18’ Read More...


Venison Breakfast Sausage Sandwich

Recipe by Marcus Weiner When we bring game home from the field, we will grind up to 50 pounds and store in one-pound packages of ground meat. Over the Read More...

Venison Breakfast Sausage Sandwich2020-04-28T10:24:20-08:00

Draw Permits for Hunters in Alaska

Draw Permits for Hunting in Alaska Blog by Marcus Weiner Drawing Hunting Permits in Alaska Unlike many western states that have a points system to allow hunters to accrue Read More...

Draw Permits for Hunters in Alaska2021-02-10T12:51:08-08:00

Raspberry Island Elk Hunt

The last pack out is usually the best. © Brian Watkins by Brian Watkins I’ve hunted goats while balancing on cliffed-out peaks in Alaska. I’ve spent 22 Read More...

Raspberry Island Elk Hunt2019-03-12T20:00:12-08:00

Muskox Redemption

Aaron with his muskox 2018. © Sam Hancock By Aaron Webber The three muskox bulls were getting anxious and it appeared that they were about to run Read More...

Muskox Redemption2021-02-10T09:57:21-08:00

Alaska Hunting Trip Planning Service

Need An Alaska Hunting Trip Planning Service? Fill out the form below and the Alaska hunting experts at Hunt Alaska will give you all the details you need to plan your Read More...

Alaska Hunting Trip Planning Service2020-04-08T16:05:35-08:00

Taxidermy Tips for the Alaskan Hunter

How to care for your trophy in the field in Alaska It has finally happened. The animal you’ve dreamed about taking is lying on the ground. Now what? If Read More...

Taxidermy Tips for the Alaskan Hunter2021-02-10T11:36:07-08:00

How to Make Homemade Jerky

6 steps to making your own moose, caribou, or deer jerky at home Blog and Photos by Melissa Norris Alaska’s moose, caribou, and deer make great jerky because their Read More...

How to Make Homemade Jerky2018-09-14T21:00:26-08:00

Small Game Alaska

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 Read More...

Small Game Alaska2021-02-15T10:26:27-08:00

The Flux and Flow of Caribou

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 snow with their Read More...

The Flux and Flow of Caribou2017-10-13T03:55:44-08:00

Farewell Bison Hunt

Farewell Bison Hunt by Rick Birch Crossing a swift, two-foot-deep stream, fortunate to have thrown on my Caddis Waders that morning, I tried to advance as far as possible. Read More...

Farewell Bison Hunt2021-02-10T10:03:06-08:00


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