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Thread: DI351 Bison Float Hunt

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    Quote Originally Posted by willphish4food View Post
    thank you for re sharing the photo! Next time, maybe you can shoot one a bit closer to the raft.
    Ha, I know right! I was sooo glad we didn't have to pack him any distance.

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    Very engaging. Thanks for posting.

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    What size/model of cataraft and frame di you use for your trip? I drew a tag for bison for DI351 for this fall 2020.

    Dave
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    What size model cataraft and frame did you use for your bison float? i drew a fall 2020 bison tag.

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    Dandru, when are you thinking about going out? Are you looking at doing a float hunt? I had this one 3 years ago, we used a Sotar Radical. 2 guys, 1 very large bison (we packed out just over 1,000 lbs of meat, cape, and skull), and a pretty good sized camp was about all it could handle. We were probably aided by some pretty high water from rain.

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    Oakman,

    I have a tag for the fall 2020 hunt. I would like to do the hunt Aug 22nd to Sept 4th or so. I would like to do the bison hunt before moose season starts. Any advice you have would be appreciated. The river runs downhill from Rohn to Nikolai correct? What dates di you do your hunt and where did you find the bison on your hunt?

    I am still looking for a hunting partner for the trip.

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    Oakman,

    I would like to do an early float hunt. How was the South fork of the Kuskokwim travel-wise? Not much for rapids? I assume there are snags and some low water areas, but overall was the float pretty comfortable?

    Dave

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    Sent you an email with a few tips. Hope that helps.

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