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    how much would you guys expect to pay for a one week unguided liveaboard deer hunt pp.

  • #2
    I did one 8 years ago and the cost was about $1,500 , today i would guess over $2,000

    RR
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    • #3
      RR was that per person
      Now left only to be a turd in the forrest and the circle will be complete.Use me as I have used you

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      • #4
        Priceless.

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        • #5
          Yes it was

          RR
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          • #6
            Did a guided Kodiak deer hunt in 2006. was only $2500. Got just about the same hunt- guided, 10 days, - scheduled for 2012. $2700 per person now. And the whole adventure was fanastic!!!
            Chris

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            • #7
              More than I can justify!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by broncoformudv View Post
                More than I can justify!
                You can't justify a $200 deer steak?

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                • #9
                  When I have looked up the liveaboard prices it has come out to be a bit more than $200 a steak! I think we got a lot better deal than that plus a trip of a lifetime which you can't put a price on.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by hntr View Post
                    You can't justify a $200 deer steak?
                    I forget how much did those tenderloins in the olive oil and garlic roasted over the MSR stoves cost us?
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                    Before taking any of my advice for granted on here research the legal ramifications thoroughly I am not the Troopers nor am I the Judge that will be presiding over your case/hearing. Please read the hunting and sportfishing regulations and feel free to interpret their meaning on your own.

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                    • #11
                      I realize you are asking about a "live-aboard" boat type of hunt but I'll tell you about our little adventure anyways!

                      We did a trip over Thanksgiving with a transporter called "Spirit of Alaska Wilderness Adventures". This place is an old cannery built in the 1930s and was partially converted over to a hunters and fishermans adventure destination. The guy who runs it is Steele Davis. I think he will take up to 7-8 hunters a week. Nice guy that treats you very fair. He is only a transporter and NOT a guide. He will take you out every morning in a landing craft and drop you off in different spots, then pick you up at the end of the day or when you radio him at pre-determined radio-check times. When returning to the lodge with your kill, he has a nice room to process your meat and hang it. During our trip, He took us out and dropped crab-pots, took us out to whack some ducks.....overall treated us well. The guest cabin is good size with 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms and full kitchen. The cost was $875.00 per hunter for a full week. This did not include the trip TO Kodiak or the float plane ride TO the lodge. I used air miles for the ride to Kodiak and the float plane was $450.00 r.t.

                      We shot some nice deer and harvested some huge Tanner Crabs. My son and I will be going back there again!

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                      • #12
                        Would you mind sharing the name of the guide you used for your Kodiak hunt?

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                        • #13
                          thanks judd i will look into them.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by broncoformudv View Post
                            I forget how much did those tenderloins in the olive oil and garlic roasted over the MSR stoves cost us?
                            I'm gonna say "Priceless"

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by hntr View Post
                              I'm gonna say "Priceless"
                              I concur.
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                              "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." - George Orwell

                              Before taking any of my advice for granted on here research the legal ramifications thoroughly I am not the Troopers nor am I the Judge that will be presiding over your case/hearing. Please read the hunting and sportfishing regulations and feel free to interpret their meaning on your own.

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