I did some research on whether folks guiding duck hunters in Alaska need a guide license and I can't find anything. I currently have an Assistant Guide License which is for big game but I want to start having duck hunters visit my place in October during our shoulder season. I really am not a duck guide but I would like to be able to provide decoys and tell folks where to go or maybe even go with them if they would like. Under my current business model (self-guided) I can in no way tell folks where to go or provide hunt related items.
Also we have lots of geese, puddlers, and sea ducks to offer and I was going to charge our normal daily rate of $175 which would include a cabin, truck, and meals. Sound reasonable for a duck hunter? We had lots of our deer folks hunt ducks after getting deer and brought quite a few back by jump shooting so I figure it would be good hunting.
Any help would be appreciated.