Alaska Duck Hunting
Alaska duck hunting season runs from December through January. The waterfowl are in their full winter plumage and make beautiful trophies for collectors after their sea duck slam. The sheltered bays offer good protection for the wintering ducks, and the hunting can be incredible!
Why You Should Consider Alaska Duck Hunting
- Alaska duck hunting is exceptional with beautiful, fully-feathered museum quality specimens for collectors.
- When duck hunting Alaska, you’ll target not only traditional sea ducks but get trophy birds like Harlequin, Surf Scoter, Common Scoter, White Wing Scoter, Common and Redbreasted Merganser and Barrows Goldeneye.
- Good bird numbers, low hunter pressure and great success rates.
Alaska Sea Duck Hunting Prince William Sound
In addition to some of the most beautiful scenery in the World, Prince William Sound provides exceptional Alaska sea duck hunting!
If hunting Harlequin, Surf Scoter, Common Scoter, White Wing Scoter, Common and Redbreasted Merganser and Barrows Goldeneye ducks is on your bucket list then Alaska duck hunting should be high on your bucket list! In addition to the ducks listed above, when hunting Prince William Sound, you could see Cackler Geese, Bluebills (Greater Scaup), Widgeon, Mallards, and Buffleheads.
Your outfitter will meet you at the public boat ramp in Whittier before daylight. You’ll be hunting from shore over decoys. Most days one or two sets will keep the clients barrels warm, but if necessary your guide will re-locate to find more birds, or different species.
- Hunt: BSAA1
Duck Hunts in Resurrection Bay
Resurrection Bay near Seward, Alaska can provide great sea duck and puddle duck hunting.
Our Resurrection Bay duck hunts are day hunts based out of the public small boat Harbor in Seward, Alaska. You’ll be hunting for Harlequin, Surf, White, and Common Scoters, Barrows and Common Goldeneye, Common and Redbreasted Merganser, Greater Scaup, and Mallards, Pintails, Teal, Gadwall, Shovelers and Buffleheads.
Your guide will typically set out decoys from the tender boat, and then shuttle hunters to shore in a small inflatable where they will shoot decoying birds. The scenery in Resurrection bay is some of the finest in South-Central Alaska!
- Hunt: BSAA1
Waterfowl Hunting on Kachemak Bay
Kachemak Bay out of Homer, Alaska is a duck hunters paradise. Sea ducks and puddle ducks are hunted over decoys from shore.
Our Kachemak Bay waterfowl hunts are multi-day trips based out of the Homer Harbor, or Seldovia Harbor depending on your hunting groups desires. This hunt is for groups of 3-5 hunters. If scheduling allows we can try to mix and match hunt parties if a single hunter or a couple pair of hunters want to book a date.
You will hunt Harlequin, Oldsquaws, Surf, White, and Common Scoters, Barrows and Common Goldeneye, Common and Redbreasted Merganser, Greater Scaup, and Mallards, Pintails, Teal, Gadwall, Shovelers and Buffleheads. The large rafts of Alaska sea ducks in Kachemak bay provide for a great day of shooting and the scenery is spectacular!
- Hunt: BSAA1
Alaska Cast and Blast
Duck hunt in the morning, and fish in the afternoon!
This fishing lodge is that rare find in the fishing world. Fishing here on the Goodnews River is like fishing was before the crowds discovered your favorite secret fishing hole. It is the ONLY full service lodge located on the Goodnews River, in southwest Alaska.
During the first week of September only, we are offering an Alaska cast-and-blast option. Do some Alaska duck hunting, or hunt ptarmigan in the mornings, then fish for silvers and big rainbows. This trip is EXTREMELY LIMITED, so lock in your spot fast.
- Hunt: GRL2
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