We conduct Alaska trophy Mountain Goat hunts at two great hunt locations: Kodiak Island and Prince William Sound.
Kodiak Island is over populated with Mountain Goats. Mountain Goat hunts are one of the most challenging trophies in Alaska. Mountain Goat hunts require extreme hiking and backpacking, so hunters must be in good to excellent shape and willing to pack a reasonable amount of gear. Hunters fly to our wilderness cabin from the town of Kodiak and climb up to 2,500' to set-up spike camp. This is the ultimate spot-and-stalk hunt. We've had an extremely high success rate for many years. Most billies harvested are over eight inches in length, including a few 10 inches goats that have made Boone and Crockett record book. We can assist clients in processing limited draw permit applications (November 1 - December 17) to Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G). Our goat hunt areas is DG 476 in Ugak Bay. Clients may be upgrade hunt to include trophy Sitka Black-tailed deer.
Prince William Sound:
Prince William Sound hunts are conducted along the coastal glaciated alpine country, 175 miles south of Anchorage. From Anchorage, we travel across rugged mountainous and glacier terrain via air charter flight to glacier filled lakes and coastline. Our Mountain Goat camps are based on glacier filled alpine lakes and coastline. We have access to millions of acres of scenic coastal wilderness with abundant wildlife. Typically, Mountain Goats can be viewed from our base camps, rustic wilderness cabin or comfortable tent camps. On some occasions we use spike camps for easier access to goats. Also, we use inflatable boats on alpine lakes for easier accessing terrain and glassing for goats. Hunters do a moderate mountain backpack climb. Recommend hunters be in good to excellent physical shape and be willing to pack a reasonable amount of gear. Elevation range from sea level from 1,800 feet to 3,000 feet. This is the ultimate spot-and-stalk hunt. During inclement weather, goats are forced down to lower terrain. Goats' prefer high-altitude cliffs, along with their magnificent white coats, makes them one of the most challenging and satisfying game animals in Alaska. Most hunts are done in two to three days with the exception of inclement weather days. Mountain goat horns range between 8 inches – 10 inches, with a few billies making the record books. Arrival and departure point is Anchorage, Alaska. Mountain Goat Registered Permit is required. Clients may be upgrade hunt to include a trophy Black Bear.
Rates: $13,500. Fully guided (1X1), 7-day hunt.
Secondary species available for trophy fee:
Kodiak: Sitka Black-tailed Deer trophy fee: $2,500.
Prince William Sound: Black Bear trophy fee: $3,500.
Kodiak (Draw Permit), August 20 - October 25.
Prince William Sound (Registration Permit).
Two hunt dates are available: September 15 - 21 and September 23 - 29.
Hunt Includes: Professional guide service (1X1), accommodations (base camp/spike camp), all meals and beverages, air charter service to/from bases camp, use of equipment, trophy field preparation/caping, field care of trophy game meat.
transport trophy to local taxidermy services.
What to bring: See Planner tab, suggested gear list. Reminder, leave rifle hard case and travel clothes bag with air transporter. Packing: recommend hunters pack personal gear in multiple small waterproof bags for easy transport on small air charter bush planes.
Travel to Kodiak:
Arrival/departure point is Kodiak Airport, Alaska, where you are met at the airport. Clients are responsible for commercial air travel to/from Kodiak, Alaska. We suggest you arrive 1-2 days in Kodiak prior to your hunt commencing, so you can purchase any additional hunting gear or any personal items you may need. We coordinate your air charter flight to/from to our cabin by float plane (Cessna 206 or DeHavilland Beaver). Clients should leave hard rifle case and travel clothes bag in air charter service hangar. You may not hunt on the same-day-airborne. For departure schedule, recommend 1-2 days in Kodiak for processing/shipping trophy game meat or expediting trophy from Alaska to taxidermist of your choice. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your airline travel.
Travel to Prince William Sound:
Arrival/departure point is Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska, where you are met you at the airport. Clients are responsible for commercial air travel to/from Anchorage, Alaska. and air charter service to/from base camp. We suggest you arrive 1-2 days prior to your hunt commencing, so you can purchase Alaska hunting license, Mountain Goat locking-tag, registration permit (no charge), any additional hunting gear or personal items you may need. We coordinate your air charter flight to/from base camp by float plane (Super Cub, Cessna 206, DeHavilland Beaver). Clients should leave hard rifle case and travel clothes bag in air charter service hangar. You may not hunt on the same-day-airborne. For departure schedule, recommend 1-2 days in Anchorage for taxidermy trophy care, processing/shipping trophy game meat or expediting trophy from Alaska to taxidermist of your choice. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your airline travel.
Alaska Hunting License, Locking-tags, and Registration Permits/Draw Permits, Harvest Tickets:
Purchase Alaska hunting license, sport fishing license, and big game locking tags online at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) website or purchase upon arrival in Anchorage. For Nonresident clients, Alaska hunting license: $160 (U.S. nonresident), Mountain Goat tag: $600, Black Bear tag: $450, Deer tag each: $300, and Sport Fishing license (7-day): $70. For Nonresident Alien clients, Alaska hunting license: $630, Mountain Goat tag: $800, Black Bear tag: $600, Deer tag each: $400, and Sport Fishing license (7-day): $70. Registration Permits, Draw Permits or Harvest tickets (no fees for harvest tickets/permits) are required for each specie.
Hunt does not include: Before and after hunting expenses, commercial flight, hotels/meals, Alaska hunting license, locking-tags for each specie, taxidermy service, expediting trophy to home, trophy meat processing/shipping (unless donated), and gratuity.
Travel Insurance. We highly recommend all our clients purchase travel insurance with trip cancellation, as well as a Global Rescue Membership for medical advisory and evacuation. For guidance on these travel protection services and to enroll, contact Justin Walker at Global Rescue at phone: 1-435-680-2566 or 1-617-210-8110 or via email: Jwalker@globalrescue.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://globalrescue.com/mikeodinsalaskaadventures/ or you should use another reputable provider.
Conditions. Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC hunts are conducted on a fair chase basis in accordance with the State of Alaska Hunting regulations and Guiding regulations. All clients are required to sign a Guide-Outfitter Contract within 90 days after we receive your initial deposit, or before services are provided. Agreement provides specifics of your hunt as required by Alaska state law. For further clarification, we have posted our Payment and Cancellation Policy on our website. A State of Alaska Guide/Outfitter Hunt Record will be completed and signed by all our clients prior to the start of each hunt. Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC requires all clients and guests to review and sign a Participation Release Form prior to start of activities. This agreement includes a release of liability, waiver of claims, assumption of risk, and loss payment. Also, we request clients and guests to complete our Guest Information Form to identify an emergency contact and to notify us of any medical situations or special medications that you may be taking that could be helpful in case of an emergency.
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