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    Hit St. Paul Island week before Christmas for King Eiders. WOW...what an experience. It felt good just to be that close to the ocean... literally. Lots of ducks and everyone got plenty of Kings. Put this trip on your list if you haven't gone.
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    Default Re: St. Paul Island King Eiders

    It's definitely top 10 on my list.. Was this a diy hunt? If not who did you go with

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    Pictures? I'm sure that's on a lot of guy's bucket list! Can you tell us more about your trip?

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    We filmed 5 days with Alaskan Eider OUtfitters Capt Moe Neale. This was our first guided hunting trip to be filmed as setting the logistics up for this as a DIY would not be doable much less affordable. Great time and very successful hunt even though the WX was crazy bad and we're a bit early. A bucket list hunt for anyone wanting a King Eider. The following week the next party took a TON of kings. I posted this originally as I realize how important this might be to serious duck hunters. Hands down the trip to do. How do I post pictures?
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    Default St. Paul Island King Eiders

    Definitely a cool place but the cost of getting out there is pretty substantial. Good job on the hunt and post a few pictures up!

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    I would love to do it, but the costs are WAAAYYYY too high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckslayer56 View Post
    I would love to do it, but the costs are WAAAYYYY too high.
    With guide and flights from Anchorage you're looking at around 4K for a week of hunting which is not bad for a bucket list hunt. Where else for that price can you all but be guaranteed to kill some king eiders?
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    I checked their website and it doesn't mention anything about hunt options or rates. Do they offer shorter hunts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdelarm View Post
    How do I post pictures?
    Five years here and over a thousand posts and now you ask how to post pics?

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    That would be a cool hunt
    Is it opening day of duck season yet
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