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    Does anyone know of a good cabin or lodge that has a variety of critters to hunt? Relitively close to Anchorage? Thanks for the info.

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    Default looking for a lodge or cabin

    Haven't been up here very long, have you?
    I guess this is also the first research you've done.
    Basically what (from the sounds of it) you're looking for, doesn't exist.
    good luck
    Gary

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    I would try Mcalaren river lodge on the danali HWY. Great place

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    If you are comfortable winter camping I think you might be able to find what your looking for in Hatchers Pass on the Willow side. If your are hiking in there are plenty of opprotunities for spruce grouse, ptarmigan, and bunnies. You can find fox and lynx in the area but check the regs on the lynx not sure if you can harvest one in this area. If you have access to a snow machine I have seen plenty of wolves in the peters creek and purches creek valleys. There are plenty of areas to camp that offer shelter from the wind and still allow for access to some good hunting. Most of the area has cell phone signal and it is just a few hours from Anchorage. There is a B&B in the area but I am not sure of the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelplates View Post
    Does anyone know of a good cabin or lodge that has a variety of critters to hunt? Relitively close to Anchorage? Thanks for the info.

    Great Alaska Bush Company?
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by mit View Post
    Great Alaska Bush Company?
    Yes, but that 2 legged deer is protected in Anchorage and I hear that they are very difficult to flesh out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeda34 View Post
    Yes, but that 2 legged deer is protected in Anchorage and I hear that they are very difficult to flesh out.

    the technical term..... is FLEECE...... serious fleecing for fleshing......
    "If you are on a continuous search to be offended, you will always find what you are looking for; even when it isn't there."

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    LOL...Your on the money with that one..no pun intended

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