Alaska’s Best Deer Hunting

Where is the best spot for Kodiak deer hunting? Located on the south side of Kodiak Island is the remote native village of Old Harbor.  Old Harbor boasts some of the best Sitka Black Tail deer populations in Alaska.  Sitka Black Tail is one of the smallest species of the deer family that thrives on Kodiak Island.

Although the Kodiak deer hunting season opens August 1, we do not start hunting until November to mid December and both Doe and Bucks are open.  The temperature begins to drop.  The snow begins to fall in the higher elevations and the deer begin to move down to the lower elevation. Bucks are beginning to gather their does and go into rut.  These combined conditions make this time of year ideal for black tail hunting.

We base out hunts out of the Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge. Each morning we will transport you to your hunting location for the days hunt.  We will pick you up at a pre-designated location and return you to the lodge for a hot shower and a fantastic Alaskan meal where you can relax and share your Kodiak deer hunting stories. After you harvest your buck, you can add to your Alaskan experience by hunting fox, water fowl or fishing for winter King Salmon and halibut.

Our goal is to provide you with a first class hunt in remote Alaska that very few people have experienced. There is very little Kodiak deer hunting pressure in Old Harbor. The area is very remote and the mild terrain will provide you with a challenging and rewarding hunt.

5 Day hunting trip: $3,250.00

You will arrive at the Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge the night before your hunt and depart in the morning after your last day of hunting.

Price will include:

  • Kodiak Deer hunting, Duck hunting and fishing. (deer hunting being the first priority)
  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Snacks
  • Beverages
  • Transportation to and from hunt grounds
  • Transportation from Old Harbor airport

Price does not include:

  • Any Airfare
  • Hunting or fishing license, tags or stamps
  • Gratuity

Hunting Fees 2018:

Hunting license:            $160.00
Deer tags:                        $300.00 per deer (Total of 3 deer can be taken.)
Land use fee:                  $150.00 (only if you hunt on native land)
Fish license (7-day):     $70.00
King stamp (7-day):     $45.00

Contact us online or give us a call at (844) 575-3474 to get more information or to schedule your Alaska deer hunting trip.