I guys, this will be my first post on these forums. However, I've been reading as much as I can to try and get up to speed on the hunting in the Fairbanks area. My wife and I have moved into a home in the Old Murphy dome area and have plans on staying in Alaska permanently since my early retirement from the Army. Recently I have made many attempts in several places to track down a spot to shot these rabbits. I have found lots of tracks.. I mean tons of tracks but I cant seem to sneak, or wait, or even just catch them off guard? I have gone out early morning, late at night to fields and snowmobile tracks. I walked for ever in the beautiful Alaskan outback? I guess I'm not looking for a handout more just some on the job training of sorts. I feel like it is something I am doing that is drastically compromising my approach to this kind of hunting? So I'm thinking a solid mentor might be able to help? So my proposal is this.. I will supply the spots < prob crappy ones cuz that appears to be all I know> gas, and transportation to any sight within 100 miles to any old timer that can show me kinda their ropes. I wouldn't even be interested in getting any rabbits just tips and insight. Thank you to everyone here by the way I have already learned so much. Cheers!