Each year, thousands of out-of-state hunters travel to Alaska in pursuit of big game animals, predators, game birds, and small game. Alaska statutes require most nonresident hunters to hire guides if they are targeting the following species: mountain goats, Dall sheep, and brown/grizzly bear. Nonresident hunters targeting other species often choose to hire an experienced guide for their knowledge and logistical support, and to ensure a safe, high-quality experience. In addition to the species mentioned above, moose, caribou, and black bear are the most sought-after animals by guided hunters. Other guided hunts include deer, muskox, bison, elk, wolves, wolverine, and waterfowl.
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