Alaska Hunting Can Be A Bear

The Kodiak bear in the wilderness of Alaska is a treasured trophy for many hunters. However, as with any game, the Kodiak require its own methods and techniques to maximize …

Big Bull Moose: Calling In The Harvest

Hunting for moose in Alaska is hard work, requiring stamina, endurance, smarts, and patience. Just ask George Hunt, who finally harvested a huge bull he had noticed for years. Nicknamed …

Hypothermia? No Thanks

Hypothermia is when the body’s internal temperature is lowered to an unhealthy degree. The body loses heat and is, for what ever reason (varying factors can be involved), is unable …

Classroom of the Wilderness

Ten aboriginal high school students were fortunate enough to get a chance to go on a caribou hunt at MacKay Lake last month, as they set out on an unusual …

Dreams in the Deerstand

Jeb Brailsford is a self-described obsessive deer hunter and has, over his years of hunting, learned that hunting is not always about getting the biggest game or even bringing something …

The Food in the North

Farming in the arctic isn’t the easiest thing to do in the world. The mindset of a farmer in the north is summed up well by barley farmer Bryce Wrigley, …

Preparing for Your Alaska Float Trip

Your big adventure into the Alaskan wilderness just around the corner? Have you started packing yet? Before heading out and shopping for your Alaskan float trip, just have a seat …

30 Years of Alaska

Jonathan Waterman has traveled around Alaska and recording every bit of his adventures for the last 3 decades since sometime in 1970. With his camera, pencil and journal, he has …

Alaska Trip-Of-A-Lifetime

Most hunters only dream of traveling to Alaska to harvest a ram or a bear, while anglers salivate over reeling in an 8-pound salmon. On a recent trip in Alaska, …

The Unique Way of the Moose

Moose are a unique species within the deer family. They are the largest, males weighing up to almost a ton, and  they are solitary animals, not traveling in herds like …