ok, I'm not fishing for a spot to go, but trying to plan my own adventure. the idea is to hit the Yukon in my jet boat and try to bring a moose home. the boat is ok, I'm ok and I'm ready for the work. The question I have is this.... I see that a large portion of the Yukon river is native owned by doyon. their website says that they do not issue hunting permits i.e. passes for their lands to outsiders. I didn't enter for any drawings on the river, so I would be looking to shoot up the river and just try to find a good spot to shore up for a week. Also, I'm very white and I've heard plenty of horror stories about the poor hospitality to outsiders in that part of the bush. not saying they are bad people, just heard it by word of mouth. So anyway, is there enough open land along the river that I don't have to worry about trespassing or getting shot at for being somewhere that I'm not? I wouldn't plan on taking tons of extra fuel, so it would probably be 100 or so miles from the bridge on the Dalton highway upstream.