In Alaska a non-resident only needs a guide when hunting brown bear, dall sheep and mountain goats. Consult the regulations for Second Degree kindred that can act in the place of a guide for a non-resident. That family member MUST accompany you in the field. For a alien non-resident, you need a guide for all big game animals. As for Hunter Safety certificate, you do not need one if you are over 16 years old. Drawings close at the end of May and can be done online, there is a spring supplement available online on the Alaska Fish and Game website if you wish to hunt those areas. There are plenty of over the counter areas as well. In the winter, most hunting is subsistance for Alaska residents only, or in some rather remote areas where a hunting trip can become a survival situation REAL quick.
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