Emperor goose hunting guides offering alaska Emperor goose hunts

Emperor Goose Hunting Regulations

We will be offering Resident hunters Trophy Emperor G00se hunts starting Sept 15 2017

Important features of the emperor goose hunts:

• Federal regulations allow the State of Alaska an annual harvest quota of 1000 emperor geese.

• This hunt is open by registration permit to ALASKA RESIDENTS with a current hunting license

• Registration permits will be available on demand at www.adfg.alaska.gov, at ADF&G offices, and at licensed vendors in rural coastal villages where emperor geese are hunted.

• A permit allows the harvest of ONE emperor goose per hunter per season.
• There are 7 established hunt areas across the range of emperor geese (see table below).

• A hunter may register for ONE permit in a single hunt area or ONE permit in each of multiple hunt areas; however, the harvest of only ONE emperor goose per hunter per season is allowed regardless of the number of permits held.

• Successful hunters MUST REPORT their harvest by phone 1-800-478-7468 or online at www.adfg.alaska.gov; within 24 hours or 72 hours depending on hunt area (see table below).

• Hunt areas will be closed by Emergency Order when area harvest quotas are met.

Hunt area

Season dates

Hunt  area quota

Reporting period

Unit 8 (Kodiak road system closed to emperor geese)

Oct 8 – Jan 22

      175 birds

24 hours

Unit 9/17 and Unimak Island in Unit 10  )

Sept 1 – Dec 16

       150 birds

72 hours

Unit 10 (except Unimak Island)

Oct 8 – Jan 22

    175 birds

72 hours

Unit 18

Sept 1 – Dec 16

     125 birds

72 hours

Unit 22

Sept 1 – Dec 16

      125 birds

72 hours

Unit 23

Sept 1 – Dec 16

      125 birds

72 hours

Izembek State Game Refuge (SGR)

Oct 16 – Oct 31

       125 birds

24 hours

 

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