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    Default How about going the other way

    What kind of hunts could a guy do taking a truck and 4 wheeler off of kodiak and heading to the mainland? Looking for some ideas for next year if it's even affordable to do that

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    Thumbs up walk-on, walk-off black bear....

    you could leave the truck and the wheeler at home, get on the ferry to homer, and do a black bear hunt across kachemak bay for well under $300... less if there are two of you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by homerdave View Post
    you could leave the truck and the wheeler at home, get on the ferry to homer, and do a black bear hunt across kachemak bay for well under $300... less if there are two of you....
    You have my complete attention If you could shoot me some details sometime I'd much appreciate it

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    Thanks Dave I PM'd you back

    Any other ideas out there? I would greatly appreciate any input

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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakbound View Post
    Thanks Dave I PM'd you back

    Any other ideas out there? I would greatly appreciate any input
    You could drive around the Kenai Peninsula and try to find a moose. There are lots of road system moose hunters in the area, but it wouldn't hurt to try (besides the expense). There is also the Kenai Mountains caribou herd drawing permit. Before you apply for that permit, though, be aware that access is difficult (looong hike in) and success rates are below 5%.

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    Default Thanks Brian

    That will give me something else to look into. Moose hunt sounds fun but I wouldn't know the first thing about how to get started. I guess thats what is great about these forums!

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