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    Default Hunting Guide for Disabled Vet?

    I recently got an email from a fellow wondering about the availability of hunting guides for veterans wounded in Afghanistan/Iraq. Anyone know of guides who have guided disabled hunters or would like to talk to him about it?

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    John Katzeek in Haines is very good. He hauled my old boss in his wheel chair down to a spawning area and he got his brown bear.OF course Dave said John set him in the stream and was useing him for bait trying to bring in a really big bear.John is a fine man with good morals and ethics and his family has been in the Chilkat valley sence time.

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    wayne woods of woods outfitting has been working with disabled vets for several years now.
    Also can contact the paralyzed vets of america, they do some work on hunts and stuff with vets, Doug is the guys name, he's in this forum but i can't recal off the top what his handle is.
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    Contact Daveinthebush here on the forum. I believe he either does something like this with the vet ar could tell you where to go. He's in Valdez.
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    Try Alaska's Greatland Outfitter. www.greatlandoutfitters.com

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    Buck, pm sent

    Thanks Jake and I know I owe you an email

    Merry Chrismas and Happy New year

    Doug

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    I'd like to thank everyone that's responded. It would be great if this guy can come up for the "hunt of a lifetime."

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