Blacktail deer hunting in the Prince William Sound area can vary depending on the specific location and time of year. In general, hunters can expect to find blacktail deer in a variety of habitats including old-growth forests, clearcuts, and along the shoreline. Hunting methods can include still-hunting, spot-and-stalk hunting, and hunting from a stationary position overlooking drainages and open meadows. The hunting season for blacktail deer in the Prince William Sound area typically takes place in the fall, with the rut occurring in November. It’s always a good idea to check the hunting regulations and season dates for the specific area you plan to hunt.
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Resident=R | Nonresident=N | Resident and Nonresident=B
Hunting areas: 6A, 6B, 6C
Bag Limit: Resident-5 | Nonresident=4
Required: Harvest Ticket
|Start Date||End Date||Allowed:||Available||Other|
|August 6||August 12||B-Buck||YES|
|August 13||August 19||B-Buck||YES|
|August 21||August 27||B-Buck||YES|
|August 28||September 2||B-Buck||YES|
|September 3||September 9||B-Buck||YES|
|September 10||September 16||B-Buck||YES|
|September 17||September 23||B-Buck||YES|
|September 24||September 30||B-Buck||YES|
|October 1||October 7||B-Any Deer||YES|
|October 8||October 14||B-Any Deer||YES|
|October 15||October 21||B-Any Deer||YES|
|October 22||October 28||B-Any Deer||YES|
|October 29||November 4||B-Any Deer||YES|
|November 5||November 11||B-Any Deer||YES|
|November 12||November 18||B-Any Deer||YES|
|November 19||November 25||B-Any Deer||YES|
|November 26||December 2||B-Any Deer||YES|
|December 3||December 9||B-Any Deer||YES|
|December 10||December 16||B-Any Deer||YES|
|December 17||December 23||B-Any Deer||YES|
Lawful Hunting: Above all, Alaska Advanced Adventures promotes fair chase and lawful hunting at all times. As a result, we have a close working relationships with the Alaskan State Troopers, the Alaskan Department of Fish and Game, and the Coast Guard. In brief, we strive for a safe, lawful hunting experience. Likewise, all hunters are expected to follow Alaska hunting and fishing regulations, as we encourage local law enforcement agencies to visit us during the hunt. Alaska Advanced Adventures has a good reputation with Alaska State Troopers and we conduct our hunts in a manner to maintain it.
Proxy Hunts:. Consequently, Proxy hunting is NOT allowed on our vessels. This means that you may not take an animal for another, even if that family member is present or under age. Hence, if they cannot take the animal themselves, then we recommend looking for a guided hunt or contacting another outfit.
Hear all the details about our DIY Deer hunting trip. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us.
First and foremost, we want to make sure you fully understand that this Alaska DIY hunt is a “Self- Guided” hunt. What this means is that you, as the hunter, are responsible for all hunting techniques and guiding yourself. This also means that, you as the hunter, get to set the pace for which you hunt. We tailor our hunts to this style of hunting to provide avid, knowledgeable hunters the opportunity to experience Alaska at their own pace and at an affordable rate.
When it comes to Alaska DIY hunting, there are rules and regulations in which we honorably follow. When booking with us, we want to make sure that you are 100% made aware of our role in your hunt. Please review the rules and regulations below PRIOR TO BOOKING WITH US! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at any time.
The most common question we get asked is if we operate as a guide. To be clear, prior to booking, we are NOT guides. We operate as TRANSPORTERS only. What does this mean for your Alaska DIY hunt? This means that we legally CANNOT conduct the following:
This brings us to our next topic! Every hunter we speak to wants to know about success! Who wouldn’t? So let’s shed some light on the topic while we are here. We cannot GUARANTEE a KILL. What this means is that YES, you will have the OPPORTUNITY to see animals and possible killing chances, depending on a variety of factors. Your kill guarantee 100% depends on your strategy, technique, and ability. We have no control over this aspect of the hunt.
We highly recommend you research the areas in which you are wanting to hunt for the type of game you are interested in. You can find more information at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Part of success is being prepared.
Meet Captain Greg, a seasoned and licensed USCG Captain with over 20 years of experience navigating the waters of Alaska, Oregon, Washington, and Hawaii. Not only is he a USCG veteran, but he also comes from a long line of “coasties”, with his dad and brother both serving for decades in the US Coast Guard, and another brother in the Navy.
But beyond his impressive credentials, what really sets Captain Greg apart is his love for being on the water and sharing that passion with others. When the owners of Arctic Spirit, Ray and Julia, first met him, they knew he was the perfect fit for their team – like family. He’s a true adventurer at heart, and can’t wait to show you what he considers to be “God’s Country.” And let’s not forget about his great sense of humor, you’ll be laughing till your belly hurts.
Captain Greg also has a passion for cooking, so be ready to taste some of the finest boat-cooked meals you’ll ever have. And as a true seasoned captain, he’ll keep you safe on board and bait your hooks, so come aboard and let Captain Greg take you on the ride of a lifetime.