If you’re looking for a unique waterfowl hunting experience, then Alaska duck hunting is it!
The city of Kodiak sits on Kodiak Island, which at 3,670 square miles and more than 100 miles long is the largest island in Alaska and the second-largest island in the United States. Known as the Emerald Isle, Kodiak’s verdant landscape and abundant outdoor opportunities make it a popular choice for adventure and nature enthusiasts, recreational fishing and hunters.
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Not only did I catch Kings, my guide Gary got me into plenty of cod, black bass and yellow eye rockfish.
More than 32,000 brown bears call Alaska home! Even though there are technically two subspecies in North America (the grizzly and the Kodiak), all brown bears in Alaska are genetically identical. The difference between Coastal and Grizzly Bears is geographical and diet.