I recently retired from the military, am divorced, and have no children. I thought I would test the waters with living for 1-3 weeks out in the Alaskan backcountry. This is something that I have wanted to do for a long time. I have the bushcraft knowledge, but I would like some advice on the legalities of setting up a camp area anywhere in the remote backcountry. I know that won't be able to sustain myself by just "living off the land", so I will be packing in a quantity of dried goods to supplement what I can get. I assume I will need to get hunting licenses for snaring and shooting small game, as well as fishing licenses. What I don't know, and can't find, is where I could set up a camp and make daily fires? Would I just hike out and pick a strategic spot and make camp wherever? Any advice would be appreciated! Thank you in advance for your time.