Alaska Sea Duck Hunting on Kodiak Island
Sea duck hunting for multiple species on Kodiak Island in Alaska.
Harlequin; Barrow’s Goldeneye; Long-tailed (Old Squaw) Ducks; and White-Winged, Surf, and Black Scoters as well as Mallard; Wigeon; Bufflehead; Merganser; and Scaup
*Kodiak Island does have King Eiders and Common Eiders, but they are rare.
Sea duck hunting in Alaska usually focuses on species specific trophy collecting, and this outfitter will adjust his hunting style according to your goals. If you’re interested in a lot of shooting, the Goldeneye, Mallard, and Widgeon hunting is phenomenal. Get more information »
What to expect when Sea Duck Hunting in Alaska:
Sea duck hunting season in Alaska runs from December through January. The ducks are in their full winter plumage and make beautiful trophies.
Travel, food and lodging for this hunt
SEA DUCK HUNTING IN ALASKA
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Be Prepared for Winter Weather
The bays around Kodiak Island offer good protection for the wintering ducks, but keep in mind, this is Alaska in the middle of the winter. Come prepared for wind, rain, snow and cold.