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    Default Montague land ownership & questions

    Looking at hunting on Montague somewhere between San Juan Bay and Beach River, either tenting it or possibly renting a cabin. Anyone know where I can find out where the Native and private property is located on the island? I'm assuming we'll be going up to the deer as we're going mid-October and I don't expect significant snow fall, if any. Does anyone have a suggestion as to which bay or area to get dropped off at to avoid serious humping through swamp or marshes?

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    Try to get a skiff out there with you and a brown bear tag. Good luck hiking around that place depending on where you are. I would not hike to much but sit and wait. Let the deer make the mistake. Contact my friend if you want liveaboard/transporter services. www.alaskanelite.com

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    Wink it's owned by Ahtna...

    & Other Natives...don't even think about hunting there...

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    it's owned by Ahtna...
    & Other Natives...don't even think about hunting there...
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    Since when is Montague island owned by these entities ?

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    Montague is not a native owned Island. Native land has to be clearly marked and you must be warned and then you have to be dumb enough to wait for F&G to show up and catch you. So, if you stay and wait it is your own fault.

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    Default was jokin'...

    guys, sorry if you didn't get the humor...

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    I do believe that Chugach AK Corp. owns land on the island, and I think there is private property too.

    Tim

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    tc,
    I sent you PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPhillips View Post
    tc,
    I sent you PM.
    I pm'd you back and I believe I sent you an email at your work address. My phone # and contact info is in the email.

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    I got a really good map from the Forest Service at 3301 C St suite 300 Anchorage, AK 99503 that shows the native ownership. www.fs.fed.us/r10chugach/ They also lsist offices in other places where the map can be obtained.

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    Chugach Native Corporation own a lot of land in PWS and is nice enough to have a map on their webpage. http://www.chugach-ak.com/landsmapmain.html You can click on specific areas for a more detailed look. If you are interested in using their land then you have to get a permit, they cost $25 per person per day, pretty reasonably priced compared to some other land owners in this state.

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    Bronco beat me to it. Dave Philips is the man to talk to at Chugach. He's a good guy and a member around here that doesn't post much.
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