The mountain goat population on Kodiak Island originated from just 11 females and 7 males, which were transplanted from the Kenai Peninsula in 1952 and 1953. From the original transplant the Kodiak goat population has continued to flourish and in 1968 the Alaskan Department of Game and Fish authorized the first hunting season.
Mountain goat hunting in most areas on Kodiak Island is not physically demanding and, coupled with populations unequaled anywhere on the mainland, the success rates on trophy billies is outstanding.
7-day Alaskan mountain goat hunts are conducted during October from one of three high-country spike camps with a master guide who boasts 100% hunter success on trophy billies. Mountain goat licenses for Kodiak Island are issued by competitive drawing so contact us for application information, hunt dates and additional hunt details. We can assist you with licensing and travel arrangements.
This is truly a unique mountain goat hunt that offers the breathtaking splendor of Kodiak Island with a generous diversity of wildlife and a trophy hunting experience that will rank among the best of your outdoor pursuits.
For more information or to reserve an Alaska Mountain Goat hunt, contact us via e-mail or call us 1-800-487-0045.
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