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Need Partner for Kodiak Deer Hunt or Caribou
Posted by caribouman on May 18 2006
I am looking for a partner for a self-guided Kodiak Island fly out deer hunt preferably around August 1-10. I have done this hunt before but am open to any new ideas. I have done 7 Alaska hunts since 1999 so I am somewhat experienced and would love to show someone the ropes. This trip can be done very economically. Contact me for an idea of expenses. I have and am willing to share any equipment needed, as well as have researched several flight service options and locations for the hunt. Last year I killed 2 good bucks with my rifle and this year I would like to try a little harder with my bow. Most people I have hunted with would call me a meat packing machine. I actually enjoy and look forward to that part of the hunt. I am in excellent physical shape and am 41 years old. I also enjoy fishing and would like to spend a day or two on a river after we get our animals. I am a teacher so it would be best to go before school starts around Aug. 20 because it is hard to get time off. If you are interested in Caribou instead of deer email me and we may be able to do that instead.
RE-Need Partner for Kodiak Deer Hunt or Caribou
Posted by brookssheep on Jun 14 2006
Caribouman, I too am a school teacher on the east coast. Last year did a sheep hunt with brother in law from Fairbanks. We have both been talking about a Kodak deer hunt.
Fair Chase, Ethics, and Game Laws
Posted by caribouman on May 19 2006
How could I forget, I follow the game regulations to the letter and would expect the same of my partner. There's only one way to hunt and that's ethical fair chase.
Posted by BRWNBR on May 19 2006
why don't you do both...on kodiak.
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