Hunt Report – Alaska Archery Mountain Goat Hunt
Chad Bareman just sent this hunt report just in from his recent Alaska archery mountain goat hunt. From the sounds of it, Chad had an awesome archery hunt in Alaska with one of our premier outfitters.
In 2009 I did a vessel-based mountain goat hunt with Otto out of Valdez, Alaska. They did a very nice job with organization and have an excellent staff that is very knowledgeable and work very hard for you.
To be able to handle this archery mountain goat hunt, gun or bow, a person needs to be in excellent physical condition, because once a good goat is spotted, you will be starting out at sea level. The Chugach Mountain Range in Alaska, which I have hunted twice, is steeper and more rugged than anything I have experienced in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, or Colorado. Mountain goat hunts may be the most difficult you can do but also may be the most rewarding.” ~ Chad Bareman
Outdoors International uses Train to Hunt to stay in shape for demanding hunts like this.
We have many mountain goat hunts available ranging from over the counter and conservation tags to controlled hunt permits that you must draw. If you have questions or would like to go on this trip yourself, just contact us. If you draw a mountain goat tag, be sure to contact us for the best outfitters. Give us a detailed description of what you are looking for so our hunting consultants can match you with the right hunt.
Fully guided, “fair chase”, spot-and-stalk, 10 day Alaska mountain goat hunting in the remote backcountry of Alaska. This is a fly-in, backpack style hunt where you will be spot-and-stalk hunting big, trophy billies. Bowhunters are welcome.
British Columbia’s North coast along the border of Alaska is world renowned for having the highest number of trophy Mountain Goats in North America. If you want a true trophy mountain goat, this is the hunt for you. Our own Shad Wheeler was on the cover of the Eastmans Journal with his World Record Archery Mountain Goat that he took with this outfitter.