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    Thanks for the interest guy, I'm looking to go after 1st of the yr so I'm not spending $50 or so to hunt for a month when i can spend same money and hunt for a yr...lol The rules on post are how shall i put it...restrictive yeah that's a nice way. You also have to get other permits to hunt on post check in and out every time you want to go. If it's anything like hunting ft campbell it's a big pain in the neck and most of the spots end up taken before you can call to reserve them. I'm a decent/half way decent caller, picking up a new rifle around x-mas only one I brought with was a 7mag and that's a tad much for a 50lb critter. More trying to meet some good ppl in the area and get a lil better idea of what all I need to chase them. So far looks like a hunting license and a trapping permit I can take coyote,fox,lynx. Also noticed it's ok to take yotes/foxes at night with a light from nov1-march can any of you guys clarify that for me. Only a few guys on post I'm around hunt and don't seem to excited about going out in the cold chasing dogs, they're more into the snow boarding and all that crazy break your neck type stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tearbear View Post
    I may be wrong about the 'free' license...but you can get a Recreational Permit for hunting fox, coyote & wolf on base property.
    I can guarantee you that you can't hunt those species on post unless something changed in the 10 months I was deployed. If you could every guy that hunted that is stationed here would be out hunting them. I can't hardly drive down the back roads without having a fox run out in the road and there is plenty of sign from wolfs off and on.

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    Hunting on base is reserved to grouse, snipe and hare.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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    Looking for a partner to black bear hunt with next spring. I've hunted them in Minnesota and know how to set up and run a bait station. I have camera's etc. I will split costs etc. etc. I'm not looking to steal anyone's secret spot, just someone to share the load with and tag a bear somewhere close to Fairbanks. I have a few areas west of town I'm interested in. If you have a boat I'd split fuel costs with you. Send me a PM if your interested. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    Building off of the success of the open seat forum in the fishing forum, we're going to see if the idea can carry over to the hunting forum. If you're going out for a hunting trip and wouldn't mind sharing the experience with another forum member, post the details of the hunt here - days afield, point of departure, intended target, access means, anticipated costs, gear necessities, etc. If you're looking for someone to take you hunting and don't see any offers here, consider posting a request here to make the necessary connections.
    I,ll be up in Alaska for three weeks prior to the 2013 sept. 1 hunt. Looking for someone who kind of knows the northwest Fairbanks area13 for information. Or if you might need a partner for a fly in

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    Pm me if you have any questions.
    I will be in Fairbanks area from: The end of Aug to Nov 2013. I Know the area well.
    Lived there for quite a while.
    Hunted 13 and most of GMU 20's.

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    I've got a long wkend and ready to chase some fury critters, I've been down south of anchorage a couple times to no avail weather hasn't cooperated and the hills will drain you quick in deep snow. Got the new 243 sighted in and ready to rock, I'm willing to drive a good ways to meet someone if you've got a bead on a good area. This fresh snow should help us out too

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    I have a long weekend this coming weekend (Fri 15 Feb to Mon 18 Feb Off) looking to head north to the Taylor Hwy are for a caribou. I am looking for anyone interested in going or anyone with any recent knowledge to share. I have truck and a trailer with an open spot for another snowmachine. As of now I am looking to leave out Thursday after work, but my schedule can be adjusted. Let me know if you are interested. Permits are free to print online at ADF&G website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsomm54 View Post
    I have a long weekend this coming weekend (Fri 15 Feb to Mon 18 Feb Off) looking to head north to the Taylor Hwy are for a caribou. I am looking for anyone interested in going or anyone with any recent knowledge to share. I have truck and a trailer with an open spot for another snowmachine. As of now I am looking to leave out Thursday after work, but my schedule can be adjusted. Let me know if you are interested. Permits are free to print online at ADF&G website.
    I'd go with you in a heartbeat if I had a sled.

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    Ya man that's the problem I'm running into someone with a sled. All my buddies have quads. Dammit!!!!! Ha.

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    nsomm54;

    I have a sled and I am 12 miles from the mouth of the Taylor. Call me at this Number: 503-895-9556. Within the next couple hours this morning as I will be handy. If not, after 5:00p.m. tonight. There is no answering machine for this number so let it ring.

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    Hi there outdoorsdirectory!

    Anyone interested in splitting gas, round trip from Anchorage to the vicinity of Coldfoot? I may have just gotten a window of opportunity from April 23-28, or 24-29. I won't be able to commit 100% until Monday the 22nd, unfortunately.

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    I'm looking for a hunting partner to hunt anything I can but I have to go General Season. This is also my first time hunting in Alaska and might not have a lot of time off but let me know what you were thinking. Email me Jacob_17_02@yahoo.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by brucesguideservice View Post
    I,ll be up in Alaska for three weeks prior to the 2013 sept. 1 hunt. Looking for someone who kind of knows the northwest Fairbanks area13 for information. Or if you might need a partner for a fly in
    I'm looking for a hunting partner to hunt anything I can but I have to go General Season. This is also my first time hunting in Alaska and might not have a lot of time off but let me know what you were thinking. Email me Jacob_17_02@yahoo.com

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    Anyone got space for someone to tag along this weekend for black bear? Looking to get out and see how things are looking out there, just don't have the hunting partner this weekend he's busy with his wife :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenspeed View Post
    Anyone got space for someone to tag along this weekend for black bear? Looking to get out and see how things are looking out there, just don't have the hunting partner this weekend he's busy with his wife :/
    sent ya a PM
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    Hello guys I am from wisconsin and looking to come up caribou hunting this fall 2013. THe draw is winding down her in the lower 48 and with more then 40 application sumited this year I didnt draw anything yet. I have hunted Alaska several time for Blacktail, Mt. Goat, Black bear, Grizzly, and Moose. But now its time for caribou. I'm wondering if anyone has a spot open or needs a hunting partner for this fall I am a avid bow hunter/outdoorsman I'm 36 in good shape and not just looking for a free ride I am willing to do my part and pay my share and do whatever it takes I do alot of self guided hunts so you won't have to babysit. Please if anyone has a open spot or needs a hunting partner let me know!! Time is not a issue either I can pretty much take off work as long as needed to go on a hunt. I am not just stuck on caribou either I'm willing to hunt anything within in the means of the law but as you know since I am a NR I can't hunt Grizzly, Sheep or, Goats without a guide but anything else Im in!!!! Even if soemone was going on a sheep hunt or grizzly hunt that they think I would have a chance to hunt a moose or caribou I would consider that also. Bottom line I just want to hunt I love Alaska and will live there some day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    No free license for active duty military and you can not hunt predators on post and you can not trap on post. But you are correct there are plenty of varmints to chase if you were allowed to.
    http://usartrak.isportsman.net/docs/...t.pdf?sfvrsn=4 Limitations are strict for main post, but in the YTA shouldn't be a problem.

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    You can trap http://usartrak.isportsman.net/recre...ation/trapping and hunt, there are restrictions for the cantonment area (mainpost and neighboring areas). Use this link to check out the regs. http://usartrak.isportsman.net/regulations For some reason I can't get the USARAK 190-13 to come up for you but this should help to get you started.

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    Aaron, call me when time. I'm looking for a hunting partner for an Alaska hunt (anything). I just got back from AK on a self guided black bear hunt in the SE down in unit 1. It was awesome and I can't wait to go back. I live in Northwestern IL and am also a 35 yr old bow hunter. Thanks, Nik 815-990-5627

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