Talkeetna, Alaska –Look For Extreme Experiences? Here’s The Place!
Here is a tip for the most passionate hunters: Just bring your biggest rifle! With bears nearly 3 meters tall and packs of moose bustling after a few quiet winters, the place is filled with plenty of games to calm your thirst for hunting. Almost all the big games you can think of are totally possible here in the wild Alaska. There they have a tour operator named Stephan Lake, who will take hunters deep into the wilderness, to a place which can only be reached by prop plane. Permission for the Alaska Fish & Game predator control area has been removed; therefore you are allowed to hunt bear and wolf any time all over the year. During the late-summer (around August and September), you can add waterfowl, moose and sheep to your game list.
Alberta, Canada – Bucks And Ducks? Here’s The Deal!
In addition to the blue sky full of ducks and geese, the Canada’s meadow offers the top tier mule deer and whitetail. The fowl migrating down from the Arctic, combining with the Alberta’s harvested grains (during the early September to October) have made this time the top bird-hunting season. There is a great diversity of birds to choose from and your option can range from pintails and mallards to dabbling ducks that also breed here.