OK, there has been some talk of wariness on the part of Alaskan animals so I thought this might be in order.
Which Alaskan animal (in your opinion) is the most wary? This should make it fairly challenging to hunt.
BTW, since this is your opinion, there are no wrong answers and other hunters who post should not say you are wrong. Hopefully that will keep this thread pretty civil.
As a non-resident, I don't hunt anything that requires being guided. Of those left, I guess I would have to go with the blacktail. While (IMO) no Alaskan animal that I have ever hunted is very wary, the blacktail is pretty careful about showing itself to predators. This applies only to the early season. I have been told that blacktails are pretty easy to hunt late in the fall.
Taking that into consideration, I would have to say that NO Alaska animal that I have hunted is very wary (caribou, moose, black bear, blacktail).
I also have never hunted any suburban animals so that opens up an entire new catagory.