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Mike Odin of Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC is pleased to donate a 5-day/5-night Kodiak Sitka Black- tailed Deer Unguided and trophy Sea Duck Combo Hunt Guided for one hunter on Kodiak Island. Hunt Kodiak’s pristine wilderness and breathtaking views for Sitka Black-tailed deer and trophy sea ducks for an exciting wing shooting and hunting adventure. We have extremely high success rate for sending clients home with a wide variety of trophy sea ducks and a nice trophy buck. Method of take is shotgun and shells for trophy sea duck hunts and hunter’s choice for deer hunts.

Schedule hunt with outfitter for open dates from October – December, 2022 or 2023. We hunt trophy sea ducks with non-stop action during Kodiak Island wintering grounds and trophy Black-tailed deer during prime rut. Sea duck hunting on Kodiak Island is primarily done over decoys from shore or jump-shooting birds. Our sea duck guests are typically treated to
opportunities for Harlequin, Old Squaw (Long-tailed duck), Mergansers (Common and Red Breasted), Scoters (Common, Surf and White-Winged), King and Common Eider. Alaska offers 22 duck species and four goose species. Hunts commence from our remote wilderness cabin where you will be transported to nearby river drainages, bays, islands, rocky points, and fjords each day to hunt and return each day for warm meals and lodging.

Hunt includes: experienced Guide/USCG licensed transporter, experienced Migratory Bird Hunting Guides, guides service (2-3X1), wilderness cabin accommodations (warm comfortable), hearty homestyle cooked meals and beverages, in-field transportation (Bayrunner boats and ATVs), duck decoy lines, VHF/marine radio, assist with bird prep/cleaning, and airport pick-up and drop-off shuttle.

Hunt does not include: before and after hunt expenses, commercial airfare, hotel, air charter passenger seat and gear to and from camp (approximately $400 RT each hunter), Alaska nonresident small game license, ($60), Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation stamp ($25), Alaska Waterfowl Conservation stamp ($10); Alaska nonresident hunting license for deer hunts: ($160), deer tags ($300 each), harvest tickets (no fee), shipment of trophy/game meat, taxidermy trophy services, and gratuity.   Additional hunters are welcome for $4,500 per person for DIY (drop-off) hunts or $6,500 per person for guided hunts (2 or moreX1).

Outfitter: Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures

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