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    Are there any over the counter tags in Alaska?

    I got about 3 weeks off from the fire department in October and was wondering if there are any over the counter tags like there are in Colorado or is it all draw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JHR1985 View Post
    Are there any over the counter tags in Alaska?

    I got about 3 weeks off from the fire department in October and was wondering if there are any over the counter tags like there are in Colorado or is it all draw?
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    are guides required to hunt bear?

    Im in the mood to shoot a black bear.

    Any idea on the costs to process and what not?

    And where is a good area to go?

    I'm not looking for trophy size... just a decent bear i can shoot for the roast and fur

    sorry if i ask too many questions
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    Smile Yah its doable!

    I have hunted POW (Prince of Whales) island the last 4 years. This is across from Ketchikan. Big black bears and you can bait them. We have stayed at Coffman Cove and Thorne Bay. We had a guy drive to Bellinhame WA and take ferry with all gear, but that cost a lot. This year we also rented a truck for $500/week.
    This year no big bears. No guide required. Email me if you have more ?'s. Firebill2091@msn.com

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    POW is a great place to hunt black bear
    pm me if you want to know some good spots
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