VESSEL BASED HUNTS:
Experience the best hunting in the world from the comfort, warmth, and
safety of the nicest, best equipped,
and most successful charter vessels in Alaska.
You no longer have to hunt from a cabin or
sleep in a cold damp tent. Cover dozens of miles
of shoreline a day. You can hunt harder knowing
you can warm up with a hot meal and a shower
at the end of the day. You are fed like kings,
sleep in warm dry bunks, wear dry clothes each
day, and spend the evenings lounging around the
large salon area sharing your story of the day while
sipping the beverage of your choice. All of our
hunts include excellent home cooked meals, lots of snacks, lodging,
warm dry bunks, the use of VHF radios,
professional USCG licensed Captains, and plenty of good times.
Your meat and hides are kept dry and in an optimum
condition. As the game moves, so does the boat, so you are always in
a fresh and productive area. Our mission is to make sure your trip
is one you will look back on with fond memories for the rest of your
Most of our hunts are unguided. We are licensed transporters. We
take you to and from the field and take care of you while you are on
one of our vessels. We cannot assist you with actual stalking,
taking, or caring of your animal. We do have videos on the boat,
books and manuals that can instruct you on proper skinning
If you would
prefer a guide we can provide one for you. Most hunts are priced
both ways. A guided hunt would actually be under two different
When shopping around be sure to inquire about some
of these needed luxuries to make your hunt not only successful
but also enjoyable. We
shortage is not a factor. Everyone can shower everyday if they'd
We have 3
staterooms with 2 guests per room. Separate bunks and a closet in
meat locker is dry, well vented, and the capacity to hold 24 deer.
skinning or processing your game a covered deck is a must haveduring
offer a complete separate room for drying your gear out.Your buddy’s
wet socks aren't hanging over your seat.
have a chest freezer on board to put capes, ducks, and some hides
dining and leisure area.
have seating for 18. Room to stretch out, literally.
What to Bring Hunting...
are limited to 100 lbs of gear per
person (you may leave heavy rifle
cases at the Air Charter office
in Kodiak). Black Bear, Brown Bear, and
Mountain Goats have no gear
Bring a suitable caliber for what you
are hunting. We recommend
using at least a .300 magnum for
all species we hunt. Bring a shotgun if
you are coming during duck season.
Quality Hunting Boots. Hip boots for
Quality Rain Gear. Waterproof fleece
seems to work best.
A Day Pack.
Frame with Rope.
Saw, and Sharpener.
Cleaning Kit. Salt water is very
Sleeping Bag and Pillow. A very light
inexpensive bag works
and Washcloth. We
have a shower on board.
Comfortable Lounging Clothes
items. Light gloves, stocking
cap, baseball type cap,
PO BOX 3143
Soldotna, Alaska 99669
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