Make sure you’re familiar with Alaska hunting laws before heading out for the hunt. Enjoy an exciting time of the year veteran hunters and beginners alike.
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For Southeast Mainland: between September 15 – December 31 and March 15 – May 31.
Legal Weapons and Ammo
- A muzzleloader is a shoulder-mounted long gun with a barrel that is rifled or smooth bore. Use a .45 caliber or larger and discharge a single projectile.
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