full service guide operation
“Alaska Hunting” is dedicated to providing our clients an experience of a lifetime. All of our hunts are based from our hunting lodge located along the eastern slopes of the Alaskan Range.
“Alaska Hunting” is a small, full service hunting guide operation based in the Alaska Range. Owner, Luke Miller is a Registered Guide and Commercial Pilot with 14,000 hours of flying experience. Alaska Hunting consist of a small staff of guides and only takes eight hunters a year because we believe that quality not quantity is what makes the experience and why most hunters return on multiple different adventures. Our fleet of Aircraft include a Cessna 180 and a Piper Super Cub. With our wide range of equipment we can match your hunt with the right equipment on your ability to get around. The country we hunt is very diverse, we have camps at sea-level and up at 4,000 feet in the Alaska Range. At and around sea-level the land is thick. In some situations, we use tree-stands and you can expect no longer than a 100-yard shot for a brown bear or moose. Up close and personal you will find yourself leaving your binos behind. For instance, you and your guide will cross a salmon filled creek, on the other side you will find a fresh salmon flopping on the bank with its head missing. The wind plays a big factor when hunting bears in dense country. As we move by bush plane from the main lodge up into the Alaska Range, the country starts to open up at around 1200 feet. In these camps you can spot animals miles away. In general, the higher up you go the easier the walking gets. The highest we have boats located is around 1500 feet. For the most part, everything above 1500 feet we rely on aircraft and our own two feet to get around.
Five reasons to hunt with us:
1. Over 30 years of guiding experience in Alaska
2. Luke Miller owner/pilot with over 14,000 hours of safe Alaska commercial flying experience
3. Aircraft onsite or at the main lodge for easy relocations or emergencies
4. Comfortable main lodge with hot showers, flush toilets, and wifi
5. Comfortable stand-up out-camps customizable to meet your needs with good food, cots, chairs, and heat
“Alaska Hunting” prides itself on providing safe and successful hunts while still maintaining a great appreciation and respect for the wilderness in which we call home.
Moose season takes place from August 20th through September 25th.
Alaska Brown Bear
Brown/Grizzly Bear season is from mid-April through October.
Hunting Lodge and Camps
Our Hunts Are Fair Chase
Many of our hunters opt to take multiple species in one hunt. If you come with the right attitude and hunt hard, you’ll have success and memories to last a lifetime.