Every once in a while, I trick a reader into thinking I know what I am talking about.
Thankfully, I have hunted with some locals who have extensive knowledge and are happy to share tips – except for specifics when it comes to where to go.
Whenever insight is put in print, it will certainly be subject to ridicule because there is no right way to hunt, (other than ethically). As far as strategy and methods, what I have gathered from hunting with people who have decades of experience in Southeast Alaska is that it all depends.
There isn’t really a wrong way, as long as there is an element of enthusiasm and confidence. That means there are really only two important variables, assuming you have a weapon paired with the quarry you seek. The first is where you go, the second, with whom.
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