Outfitter #079


These hunts are conducted primarily by snowmobile in GMU’s 13 and 20. This outfitter runs three different trap-lines encompassing over three hundred miles. These hunts take place from Dec. – Mar. If the hunter would like an opportunity to harvest a Lynx or Wolverine they will have to come join the outfitter in the dead of the Alaskan winter (Dec.- Feb). They won’t promise warm weather but they will guarantee you some of the most scenic snowmobiling on earth and lots of it! Wolf hunting Alaska style is always rewarding. They will do some calling for predators as well as setting traps and snares in locales that are likely spots to produce results. Typically they will snowmobile between 50-150 miles a day in search of Wolves, Wolverine, Lynx, Coyote and Fox. If you are looking to only do wolf hunting in Alaska then later in the winter is the prime time. You will stay at several of the outfitters cabins for two and three day stints looking for predators to call and/or trap. These hunts have become increasingly popular over the years so much that the outfitter can’t even break away to attend a show to promote his business. If you want to harvest some of the most luxurious fur on the face of the earth then this hunt is for you. Depending upon the season, weather conditions and type of hunt you choose, they might travel to their remote spike camps aboard bush-equipped aircraft, snowmobile or boat. Their hard work doesn’t end when the hunt is over either. Your taxidermist or butcher will appreciate the exceptional care they put into the preparation of your trophies and meat. They can arrange the shipping of hides, meat, etc., locally, or you may take it all home with you. Either way, it will be in excellent shape to travel.



Updated: 2018-03-02 17:31:07