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    We need to get license's and hunting supplies before we fly out of Fairbanks and wonder we should go? alos need a reasonable place to stay for a few days and wonder where we can get meat processed and or a place that has a freezer that we can leave meat for a few days? thanks as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBGUN View Post
    We need to get license's and hunting supplies before we fly out of Fairbanks and wonder we should go? alos need a reasonable place to stay for a few days and wonder where we can get meat processed and or a place that has a freezer that we can leave meat for a few days? thanks as always.
    Howdy,
    You can get hunting license online if you want. http://www.admin.adfg.state.ak.us/license/ But, there are places all over town where you can get them. Including Fish & Game on College road. As far as supplies we have Fred Meyer and Safeway grocery stores, WalMart, Sportsmans Warehouse, Frontier Outfitters, Prospector, Big Rays, Down Under Guns, Beaver Sports and probably a few I've missed.

    Contact Interior Alaska Fish Processors for dealing with your meat.

    As far as hotels there is the Super 8, Comfort Inn, Wedgewood Resort(which also has kitchenettes if you want).


    If you google any of these businesses you can get contact info.

    Perry

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    A few other hotels to consider are Extended Stay Suites (fridge, microwaves, business center, hot tub, gym and close to the airport and Fred Meyer), Sophies Station (kitchenettes, close to airport and Fred Meyer), and the Mariott downtown. Fairbanks is fairly small, so getting around won't be too difficult. A google search for the businesses that you are looking for is probably the easiest thing to do. As for local stores, Frontier Outfitters is a lot like Sportsmans Warehouse. Big Rays and The Prospector have a lot of good outdoors equipment as well.

    Good luck on your hunt.

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    if theres a few of you stay at the wedgewood, 4 people a room and you get a nice kitchen and such
    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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