Alaska

State-Specific Information

  • Point System: Currently Alaska does not have a point system in place – everyone’s chances are the same.
  • License Purchase Yes/No: Yes, as a prerequisite of applying, an $160 non-resident hunting license must be purchased. WTA TAGS will handle this purchase for you as part of the application process.
  • Party Applications: Up to two applicants may apply together.
  • Hunter’s Safety Card Requirement: Anyone born after January 1, 1986 must have a hunter’s safety card in their possession while afield. All sportsmen(regardless of age) wishing to hunt big game with bow and arrow must have a specific bowhunter’s safety card in their possession while afield.
  • Youth: Applicants are required to be 10 years of age by the opening day of the hunting season to apply/obtain a big game permit.

Point System

  • Currently Alaska does not have a point system in place - everyone's chances are the same.

Hunt Alaska

  • Hunting The Last Frontier is something that is on the “bucket list” of most big game hunters. WTA TAGS can certainly assist. We’ll help you do it right. Here is a brief synopsis of some of our favorite, limited-entry adventures in The Land of the Midnight Sun.
  • If you’re looking for Dall sheep that will really stretch the tape, the limited-entry areas of Alaska are best. The lucky applicant who draws this tag needs to be ready for an extremely physical, backpack-style adventure. These Dall sheep hunts come with the same hefty price tag typically associated with this species, but again, the quality is what sets them apart.
  • Caribou hunting in Alaska has definitely seen better days. However, WTA TAGS has discovered a limited-entry area that will truly impress. Drawing this permit will give a sportsman the very best chance at harvesting a Boone & Crockett Barren Ground caribou.
  • Fully guided moose hunting for the Alaska-Yukon species comes at fairly significant price point these days. WTA TAGS has found a way to offer this species at an exceptional value. Apply for our limited-entry “un-guided” tag. If drawn, you’ll be hunting in arguably the best moose area on the planet at less than ½ the cost.
  • At approximately $7,000, you won’t find a better value for a high-quality Alaskan mountain goat hunt. With draw odds often better than 1 in 10, this backpack-style hunt on Kodiak Island is a wonderful adventure with a world class outfitter. Add Sitka blacktai deer for $2,000 – over the counter tag.
  • To discuss these adventures in more detail, or for other consultation regarding the great state of Alaska, give us a call today.

  • TAGS Application Deadline: Dec. 5, 2017
  • State Deadline: Dec. 15, 2017

See more TAGS trips

  • Alaska Species
  • State Tag Fee
  • Total Due to WTA TAGS to Apply
    • Moose
    • $800
    • $70
    • Dall Sheep
    • $850
    • $70
    • Brown Bear
    • $1,000
    • $65
    • Caribou
    • $650
    • $60
    • Mountain Goat
    • $600
    • $70