Alaska Vessel based DIY Deer, Bear, Sea Duck Combo
Your group will hunt Eastern Prince William Sound for multiple species on this 5 day, 6 night DIY hunting trip aboard a 5 Star rated ocean vessel.
Eat like kings with meals consisting of fresh caught Copper River Chinook and Sockeye Salmon, Pacific Halibut, Tanner and Golden King crab, along with moose and deer steaks, roasts and burgers. Sleep in a comfortable bunk in a bunkroom each night with access to a hot shower daily. Dry your gear at night and start each day ready to chase trophy Sitka blacktail deer or six foot plus coastal black bears. Change it up for a day and pursue some of the 17 different species of ducks available in the area. Your group will have five full days of hunting while the crew takes care of things on board and gets you safely to and from your hunting areas daily.
This Top Shelf Alaskan Adventure is something everyone should experience and is a favorite repeat trip for those who take the challenge of hunting Alaska. The only regret most have is that they didn’t come sooner!
- Vessel-based DIY hunt out of Cordova, Alaska.
- Each hunter can hunt for up to four Sitka blacktail deer, a black bear and sea ducks. All tags are available over-the-counter.
- More than a dozen species of ducks are available including: Harlequin; Barrow’s Goldeneye; Surf Scoter; and the elusive Old Squaw (long-tailed).
- The live-aboard boat has multiple bunkrooms, a bathroom with a shower, and a covered area to process your game on board.
- Trip includes hot meals with fresh food, including local seafood.
- Groups of four to six will have the entire boat to themselves.
- Marine sight-seeing and saltwater fishing is available depending on the time of year and the location of your hunt.
- Dates available beginning late September through Thanksgiving.
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Lodging and Accommodations
- You’ll stay in a live-aboard boat has multiple bunkrooms, a bathroom with a shower, and a covered area to process your game on board.
- Food is fresh seafood, wild game, fresh produce & local fair, non-alcohol drinks included.
Your daily schedule will have you up around sunrise for a hot breakfast and coffee.
Once the group decides what animals will be targeted for the day, the crew will get you ashore with snacks or a sack lunch where you will spend the day hunting and pursuing the animals you choose on your own. Hunters can have up to 4 Sitka blacktail tags, a black bear tag, and a small game license which covers smaller predators (coyote/fox) and waterfowl. Game can be cleaned in the field or processed back on the boat where equipment and facilities are available. Fishing will likely also be available during moves and around hunting activities depending on group preference.
- Fly into Cordova, Alaska from Anchorage or Seattle via Alaska Airlines.
- Airport pickup and drop-off included.
- Arrive the day before your hunt.
- Depart the day after hunt.
- Discounted lodging in Cordova before/after the hunt is available by arrangement with Outfitter.
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Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.
- Logistical assistance before and after your hunt from your OI Consultant.
- All transportation from Cordova, Alaska.
- Lodging during the hunt.
- Meals. Food is fresh seafood, wild game, fresh produce and local fair, non-alcohol drinks included.
- Transportation to and from Cordova, Alaska.
- Licenses (hunting, fishing, waterfowl stamps).
- $350 city tax per reservation
- Tags are OTC.
- All trips are DIY – NO GUIDING INCLUDED.
- Alcoholic drinks.
- Game care and processing.
- Personal and/or hunting gear.
- Expediting and taxidermy for trophies.
- Trip Insurance is highly recommended for any hunt, especially in Alaska.
- While a tip is not required, it is very much appreciated, and the staff often depend on them a supplemental income. Learn how much to tip your guide.
When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing.
If it looks good, your consultant will write up a booking agreement for you. Remember, our service is free to you. There are no added costs.