Just got back from Sitkinak and thought I would write up a quick report before I throw the turkey in the oven! Three of us flew out with Andrew Airways on Sunday and arrived on a windy, rainy Sitkinak Island. We quickly pitched the tent and as we were preparing to head out and start hunting a red fox wandered into camp, I got my 22 out the the tent and took him while he was hunting mice. We got him takin care of and headed out into the hills and began seeing deer immediately. The rut was definitely still on as we saw 25 does and 7 bucks the first day and every buck was with a doe. Out of the 7 bucks we saw we took 2 that day. We woke the second morning to sunshine and light winds and had a buck down within the first half hour of hiking. We got him back to camp, ate lunch and headed back out by noon. Around 4pm we spotted a nice buck trailing a doe so we put on a stalk and I took my second buck of the trip. On day three we saw numerous bucks again and had a nice one down by noon. The third guy in our trip took a small deer also for the nice tender meat. In total we saw about 100 does and 27 bucks. The neat thing was each of the 27 bucks we saw was a 3x3 or better, we did not see one small buck the whole time. We almost had to spend thanksgiving on the Island because a nice storm had blown through the night before we were heading out and blew in some snow and heavy winds. We called Andrews and they told us if the runway got too much snow they would not be able to pick us up until Friday. Thankfully we woke up to only a few inches and the winds had died down. My wife would have killed me if I had missed thanksgiving!! Anyway awesome trip, beautiful Island, and lots of deer. Would recommend it to anyone looking to stock up on deer meat for the winter.