Do you guarantee the taking of an animal?

No. State law prohibits the guarantee of success. We work very hard to make sure that every hunter has a realistic opportunity, but we do not guarantee any type of success.


Do you have a wound policy?

Yes. If you draw blood then your animal is harvested and your hunt is over for that species. If the species that you wound is on trophy fee, your trophy fee is due. 


How do I get my trophies home?  

We bring all horns, antlers, capes, hides, & skulls back to Anchorage, where most of these items are delivered to The Wildlife Gallery Alaska Depot.   The Wildlife Gallery prepares and ships all items to their tanning facility in Michigan where hides and capes are tanned and then shipped to hunter’s taxidermist. Once items reach Anchorage all Wildlife Gallery fees are the hunters expense.


What form of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, personal check, cashiers check, or you can wire transfer your payment. We do not accept any credit cards.


Where can we buy our licenses & tags?

We will assist you with purchasing your license and tags, along with attaining your hunt permits.


How much should I tip?

Industry standard is 10%-15% of the cost of the hunt to the camp help. Some hunts included, pilots, packers, cooks, and multiple guides.


How much of a deposit do you require?

If the hunt is booked more than a year out then a $5000 deposit is required. If the hunt is less than a year away than a 50% deposit is required. All hunts are to be paid in full 60 days prior to the start hunt date.


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