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    Default Kiliuda Bay (DG476) Kodiak

    My better half and I drew DG476 (Kiliuda Bay) goat tags . Planning on hunting Oct 9th-Oct 18th. Already booked the flight in, mainly the time frames and going to pick a lake to fly into after I pole this forum and talk to the area bio in Kodiak. Anybody been down there recently? Would like to hunt goat first and then chase deer around, but we will see what happens with the weather. Thanks
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    Ugh I've been trying for this tag for years. Good luck, lots of goats in there when I was there 7 years ago.
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    Drew a Kodiak goat tag years ago. Planned the hunt for mid October. The air service wouldn't fly into alpine lakes that late in the fall due to risk of freeze up. Had to hike from sea level. Picked the wrong spot to get dropped of and it turned into a horrible, brush-filled nightmare!!!
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    Iím open 10&11 if you need to move to another spot, 17-18 also free, get an in reach text me, lots of goats.


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    I drew 476 in 2018, 474 in 19 and 476 again this year. My thoughts are that there are goats in both units. I personally feel that 474 is the better one. You definitely need to do a hard look at a topo map and outline 4 or 5 lakes and/or salt areas to be flown into. I would highly suggest that you consider your ability to climb steep faces with some of these lakes, hence the need to really study the topo.

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    FC02EF4E-B1C0-4364-9C5D-351AFB6D0734.jpegIíll tell you exactly where to go

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