Hey Alaskans,I'm in the process of putting together a moose hunt for this coming fall as I'm one of those obsessive planner types. There will be three of us. Myself, my wife, and a non-res friend of ours from WA. We've all hunted a bunch and most of our experience is mountain style/spot and stalk backpack hunting (sheep, elk, caribou, high country mule deer). I have a 16' Aire self-bailer with frame so we've tossed around a float hunt but the time and cost is somewhat prohibitive. I've spoken with a few Air Transporters out of Tok and have a few locations in mind but was wondering what the ya'll thought about it. I'd like to keep the hunt to around 7 days give or take and that's why I'm leaning away from the float hunt. I'd also rather not have to put up and tear down camp everyday. Is a float hunt going to give us that much more of an experience/increase for success? I get that having the raft to carry the load is nice but between the three of us packing to the lakeside isn't too terrible of a situation. Also the cost associated with transporting the raft and gear would be more so I'm trying to weigh the advantage to the cost. I have Mike S's float hunting book and have read it a few times so I'm all learned up as far as what to expect on such and such river but I respect the opinions of many on this forum so advice is appreciated. I'd like to put in for draw hunts ASAP and my friend understands that the plan could change depending on drawing results (come on 14c sheep tag). Thanks in advance!