Additional fish and game information and resources coming soon!
The information offered here is all public information, but can be difficult to find, here we cut to the chase and simply go direct to the most common required links. The links or recommendations are some of the required service recommendations when visiting Alaska.
Alaska Fish and Game - A broad look at all fish and game resources.
Purchase all licenses and locking tags - Enter Fish ad Game Store
2018 Licenses - Stamps - Tag Prices: How much does a tag cost?
All Licenses purchases require; Purchasing of a Licenses and a Metal Tag. Some units and species require special permits, be sure to call fish and game for details. Draw applicants; Alaska Fish and Game requires you to purchase a license prior to draw entry.
Moose Hunters - When purchasing your tag at a license fender, be sure to ask for a blank metal tag extension. This extension will help when attaching your registered green locking tag around the thick base of the the moose rack.All 2018
When to apply for a draw unit - The draw application opens November 1, -December 15th. There are no preference point offered or required, everyone has an opportunity to win a tag.
Note: Not all units are draw units, there are many over the counter units for moose, caribou, black bear, wolf. So if your looking to hunt Alaska this year, it is possible! Purchasing a over the counter license and tag can be be purchased at Local sporting good stores and many grocery stores i.e. Fred Myer, Wall Mart stores.
2018 Alaska Draw Applicants (pdf) Awarded and non-awarded tags.
2018 Alaska Tag Draw Winners (pdf)
Need to Purchase Hunting Gear! You can do that here! Forgot something, broke it or lost it! There are many opportunities in Alaska (Caribou Gear Game Bags).
Anchorage - Bass Pro, Cabelas, Sportsman's Warehouse, Big Ray's, Barney's Sports Chalet
Fairbanks - Cabelas, Sportsman's Warehouse, Frontier Outfitters, Big Ray's
Kodiak Island - Big Ray's
Valdez - Prospector Outfitters
Local On The Cheap Hotels
There are many of the upper end hotels in both Anchorage and Alaska, the few mentioned here are good for cost, shuttle service and one with a free to use walk-in freezer for fish and meet.
Alex Hotel - Anchorage
Located a few miles from the airport, with any hour shuttle pickup from the airport. Free walk in freezer, free breakfast and great flexible shuttle service (they do earn there tip). Want a discount mention that you would like the "sportsman discount" most of the time it works! (907) 243-3131
Barratt Inn - Anchorage
Located a few miles from the airport, with shuttle service from the airport, free breakfast. (907) 865-4600
Best Western Plus Pioneer Park Inn - Fairbanks
Located five miles from the airport but central locate to many services. As mentioned the to have great shuttle service and sportsman's flexability (907)479-8080
Note: All hotel's have peak season pricing and off season pricing. It's likely that you'll stay in Anchorage or Fairbanks before your hunt so book your room a month or two before you arrive, for after the hunt play it safe and book your room early. Trust me you'll need the flexibility and service.
Before and After Your Hunt Tips
Before you depart on your hunt be sure to purchase tags and license's and a few of the items your unable to ship do to regulations or perishables.
Such as: Camp Fuel, Food items, local used fishing gear (license) and info.
Be sure to see our Self-Guided Hunting Alaska page, there you'll find detail information on meat/antler care, packaging and shipping.
Alaska - Commercial Flights and Services
Alaska Airlines is at the top of our list for available services, With them you can ship meat and antlers. On the Alaska end of your flight the folks there are no stranger to seeing someone walk in with a massive moose rack and colors fool of meat. With that said you must follow all rules that apply, look at the links below for detailed information, I would also refer you to see our Self-Guided Hunting Alaska page for detailed tips and information.
Contact Alaska Airlines in; Anchorage 907-266-7952, Fairbanks 907-474-9100
Alaska Airlines Cargo
Cargo Web page(s) for Special Handling of Seafood, Perishables, Wild Game
The Wild Game link is were you'll find information on meat and antler shipping information. Remember if your not sure call the airlines to double check! Be sure to check-in two or three hours early when you have meat and antlers.
Cargo Main Call Center - 1-800-225-2752
Cargo Sales Manager Anchorage/Fairbanks 907-266-7818
Local Meat Care and Services "Butchers"