Kodiak goat hunt

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My brother and I are looking to hunt kodiak for first time. We are looking to go mid February, we are flexible on dates his wife works for Alaska airlines. We are planning to use island air. 7-8 days camping, have watched every YouTube video I could find, a lot of guys hunting above cabin in deadman’s bay. He has talked with biologist and couple transporter’s. Dropped a bunch of money on gear already 4 season tent and other kodiak essentials! Would appreciate opportunity to talk with anyone who has experienced this hunt before. My brother has harvested a goat in BC and I have a Billy from central Idaho. He’s coming from Fairbanks and I’ll be coming from Idaho. PM or call 208-412-6727 thanks Mark
 
My brother and I are looking to hunt kodiak for first time. We are looking to go mid February, we are flexible on dates his wife works for Alaska airlines. We are planning to use island air. 7-8 days camping, have watched every YouTube video I could find, a lot of guys hunting above cabin in deadman’s bay. He has talked with biologist and couple transporter’s. Dropped a bunch of money on gear already 4 season tent and other kodiak essentials! Would appreciate opportunity to talk with anyone who has experienced this hunt before. My brother has harvested a goat in BC and I have a Billy from central Idaho. He’s coming from Fairbanks and I’ll be coming from Idaho. PM or call 208-412-6727 thanks Mark
Learning curve for sure! Had good hunt figured out what worked and what will do differently next. My brother was not in Goat shape and got beat up pretty good. Canned whole Goat came out good, no such thing as a tough piece of meat when you can it

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Learning curve for sure! Had good hunt figured out what worked and what will do differently next. My brother was not in Goat shape and got beat up pretty good. Canned whole Goat came out good, no such thing as a tough piece of meat when you can it

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Back again same time same place. Fat boy dropped 30lbs we had much better hunt! We ditched the hilleberg tent and low profile cots for cabelas 8-man guide tent and full size cots. Only rained couple days, more snow than last year. Saw one brown bear and quite a few deer. Two Billy’s and a Nanny.

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Three goats for two hunters?

Congratulations, especially to your brother…….. loosing 30 lbs is a beast
 
Sweet! We are headed there in two weeks.

@2lumpy yes you can shoot 4 goats per hunter in that area. Two in spring and two in fall.
 
Regulatory year instead of calendar year. So, I could go back in fall but then I wouldn’t be eligible in spring if I harvested, correct? You couldn’t shoot 4 in back to back years? I’m pretty savvy on western regs, Alaska has a lot things no one else has!
 
Regulatory year instead of calendar year. So, I could go back in fall but then I wouldn’t be eligible in spring if I harvested, correct? You couldn’t shoot 4 in back to back years? I’m pretty savvy on western regs, Alaska has a lot things no one else has!
Yes sir you are correct. Glad to see you enjoying the state!
 
Yes there are lots of options for goats. Let me know when you want to come shoot one and we will give you a smoking deal.
Definitely want to do a goat hunt. I will keep that in mind after I’m done being broke from saving for my sheep hunt.
 

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