Heading to Kodiak October 16th through the 19th for a long weekend of deer hunting, and I would absolutely love any pointers anyone has for my partner and I. I know that for deer, we'll be pretty early as far as timing goes, but it's the best that a couple of college kids can do without missing too much class. I've hunted the road system once when I was very young, and remember it vaguely but not well enough to be confident these days. I understand that much of the road system has gone to native land since then, but we're absolutely willing to put the miles on our boots to get into some huntable, public country. We aren't exactly looking for monsters either, a couple of spikes would be absolutely fine with us. If anyone has any suggestions at all on how we can maximize our chances of coming home successful, I'd love to hear them. General access points to public land, elevation ranges to find deer, any information at all is helpful. I also hear that it may or may not be worth it to buy access to the native land, does anyone have any insight on that? Thanks a bunch in advance for any info, can't wait to be back down there giving it a shot!