Types of Big Game You Hunt?

Deer, Elk, Moose, Bear, Hog

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Postby wa.duckhunter » Tue Jul 05, 2005 12:15 pm

For those who are interested in the details of the self-guided Alaska carribou hunt here you go. Please keep in mind my trip took place the week after 911, so airline prices, hunting permits, & air taxi prices could've changed. If I remember right the cost per hunter at that time averaged around $1,500 (a few of us were able to use some frequent flyer miles to help on airline prices).

We flew out of Yakima, Wa. to Seattle Wa. From Seattle we flew to Anchorage Alaska (the airport there is a hunters paradise - it seemed like everyone one was packing around pictures of their hunt, antlers or a fishing pole.) Some pretty cool taxidermy work as well. Pretty cool!!! From Anchorage we flew to Iliamna air taxi. From there we flew to our camp. The pilots are very friendly and will fly you out to where the herds are and drop you off at the nearest lake.

The Iliamna air taxi is the place that flew us out. The phone number is (907) 571-1248. I do remember that the float planes were the biggest expense of the trip.

Expenses

Air line tickets from home to Iliamna Alaska

Air fare from Iliamna to Camp

Hunting tags

food/souvinour money

And of course Taxidermy Fees OH YA BABY!!!!! :cool:

If I remember to pull the pictures tonight I will post some. I have one here at work I tried putting in the picture threads, but it wouldn't fit (the file was to big). For more details you can pm me. thanks guys!!
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Postby TNRedneck » Wed Jul 20, 2005 12:26 pm

All we got in my neck of the woods is whitetail deer.
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Postby kiwismakebetterhunters » Wed Jul 20, 2005 10:27 pm

Sika deer and red deer mostly.

Kiwi if your listening I wanna go down there and get some Tahr n Chamois!
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Postby 7grnhds » Wed Oct 19, 2005 11:28 am

i hunt elk, deer, white tail and mule deer, bears, and antilope i have hunted caribou and goats. anything i can get a tag for
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Postby poacher » Wed Oct 19, 2005 11:42 am

Ontario - Moose, Whitetail deer

Michigan - Whitetail deer

British Columbia - Moose, Mule Deer, Big Horn Sheep

Drove up to Eagle Plains, Yukon Territory to watch the Porcupine Caribou herd walk by, i was on a spring fishing trip targeting grayling though, plan on returning to hunt.
"teal, teal, albino teal....wait, those are seagulls...take em.

wait till they line up and cross, 1 shell 2 birds
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Postby goosecaller » Thu Oct 20, 2005 11:16 am

Whitetails here in Michigan. May not be as big as some of the other states, but there are plenty of them.
call 'em in and kill 'em all
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Postby Twisted Feathers » Wed Oct 26, 2005 8:48 pm

This is my first year going after big game. Just got my bow, and I am already addicted I can't get enough info on it. I have plans in place for a spring Boar hunt, and then I hope to hunt Muley’s, Elk, Whitetails and Turkey. Good thing I have a supportive wife!! And if the bug keeps biting I hope to someday draw an Antelope, and Big Horn tag .... I know the Big Horn tag is a once in a life time deal but there is always hope.
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Postby txnhunter » Wed Oct 26, 2005 9:12 pm

wisconsin monster bucks and texas whitails and hogs
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Postby mjlduckman » Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:38 am

Being in the Military has it's benefits for us hunters, resident tags where ever your stationed and you get to move to a different part of the states every 3-5 years and maybe overseas too. So here goes my list.

WI- Whitetails
MI- Whitetails
CO- Elk/Mule Deer
VA- Whitetails/Black bears
PA- Whitetails
CA- Blacktails/Russian Boars
Guam- Feral hogs
WA- Whitetails/Blacktails/Mule Deer/Black bears/Elk
MS- Whitetails

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Big Horn Sheep
Moose
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Postby Evil_McNasty » Wed Nov 16, 2005 3:34 pm

LA - whitetail
Maine - black bears
MS - whitetail
FL - whitetail, hogs, turkey
AL - whitetail
GA - whitetail
Home - beaver

And I fly out tomorrow to Wisconsin for more.....whitetails. Man, you'd think I would burn out on them.
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