Alaska Mountain Goat Hunt 10068
This Alaska Mountain Goat hunt has you starting out at 3,000 feet above sea level. As with any mountain hunt, it is physically demanding, but the extra oxygen at lower elevations makes this easier than some. Mountain Goat hunts here begin in mid September after they have their winter coats. Overall success rate has been 95% since 1996. Clients have taken 10 mountain goats since 2001 that have made B&C. This hunt can be very physically demanding, especially if you are looking for a B&C contender, but it is this effort that makes it such a rewarding experience. Hunts are conducted from a spike camp. You will be required to carry a backpack with your rifle or bow along with your sleeping pad, sleeping bag, and personal gear. Fortunately, mountain goats are relatively easy animals to hunt once you get to where they live. There also may be the opportunity to take a black bear on this hunt for a trophy fee. Likewise a moose can be taken, but that requires a license to be drawn.