GENERAL INFORMATION:?(Under Revision)
Registered Guide-Outfitter Rick Kinmon has over 36 years of hunting Alaska. ?He has taken hundreds of animals with a bow and knows how to get you close.? He is a published author, public speaker and hunting authority.? His book, ?Hunting the Hunters? takes you into his world of professional predator hunting.? Rick conducts free predator hunting seminars across the country in an effort to educate, inform and entertain the hunting community.? He gladly helps hunting organizations by presenting an amazing slide presentation at local events and is available during the non-hunting months.? Rick personally guided 39 clients in the last four years resulting in 41 big game trophies harvested.? Many exceptional animals were taken.
Rick?s guides are the ?best of the best?.? Most are lifelong Alaskans that grew up in the rugged outdoor environment and know what it takes to get the job done.? They will gladly step in front of a charging grizzly or track a wounded bear in the dense underbrush to insure your safety and success.? They put it all on the line to produce the results you expect.
We specialize in guiding elderly and physically challenged hunters, but gladly welcome everybody. ?This is NOT a strenuous hunt.? ?All-terrain vehicles provide transportation right to the animals.? We find our clients want to “rough it” but still be warm, dry, and have good meals. So we combine the best of both. You will sleep in a large framed wall tent with a wood stove and wooden floor.? You?ll be warm, cozy and dry. Your meals are prepared in an outdoor kitchen where you can eat by the campfire, or under the canopy at the table. We have a shower with warm water that hits the spot.
HOW WE HUNT
From theFairbanksAirportwe will personally transport you for several hours into the Alaskan wilderness.? Our camp is located in some of the most picturesque and majestic terrain in our great state.? You?ll see snow-covered peaks, glaciers, oceans of rolling cranberry foothills and all the shades of yellows and greens.? From our main camp we use all-terrain vehicles to access proven spotting locations to locate moose and bear.? We do a lot of calling as well.? ?Moose can be quite responsive during the rut.? Navigating the terrain is fun, and the glassing is an experience you will never forget.? When the weather is nice, it?s truly like hunting in a postcard.? Normally the fall weather in this area is pleasant, but can be unpredictable.? It?s best to be prepared for all weather conditions.? See our gear list at www.alaskatrophyhunters.com.?
Rick offers a limited amount of winter predator expeditions for wolves, wolverine, fox, coyote and lynx. Fall hunts are also available for Caribou and Dall Sheep.? Spring hunts are available for both grizzly and brown bears. ?In Spring of 2010, Rick and partner, Master Guide Tony Lee started offering an incredible bargain on brown/grizzly bears at $14,000 for two hunters hunting with one guide.? This is a great hunt for a father/son team or friends that would like to experience each other?s hunt.? In spring of 2009, 26 bears were seen in 10 days, with 3 of 3 hunters taking beautiful trophies. ?One-on-one guided hunts are $8500.
Please contact Rick Kinmon?at email@example.com?for details or call 907-355-WOLF (9653)?
We offer a multiple species hunting area specializing in moose.? Our area for nonresidents requires a minimum 50? rack or four brow tines on one side.? This insures consistent quality moose.?? Most moose harvested range from 50-55? antler spread with a few even larger. If you won?t be happy unless you harvest a 60-70? bull, this hunt is NOT for you.? We have taken some exceptional animals in the past, but we cannot predict the size of animals in our area during any given season.? We do, however, have an extremely high success rate.? ?A grizzly bear may be added on a trophy fee basis.? These are high mountain Grizzly, and many of them are Silvertips, Blondes and occasionally Toklat.? They are beautiful trophies.? Nonresidents can also draw for Caribou permits.? There are many trophy Caribou in our area if you are fortunate enough to draw a permit (about 7-10 % chance).? We also have wolves, wolverine, fox, coyote and lots of ptarmigan and spruce grouse at no extra cost. ?Occasionally, we have a few ?die-hard? residents that briefly frequent our area so it could be possible to see other hunters.? There are plenty of moose, so this typically causes no problem harvesting a moose.
Rick is an expert at calling predators so we have an excellent opportunity to score if wolves, wolverine or coyotes are frequenting our area. ?Take a look at the predator galleries.