are real wilderness hunts! There are no roads,
no telephones, no means of communication once you are in your hunting
camp. Our hunts are based out of small Alaskan Villages, with small,
Arrangements for commercial airfare out of Anchorage, Alaska is available.
We will check on each hunting camp every few days. Weather can prevent
us from checking on you, or transporting you on schedule. If we do
get behind schedule, we will service the camps that are the most overdue
pride ourselves on providing you a great hunt with high success rates,
but even our best efforts do not guarantee you
Alaska Outfitters assumes no liability for loss to baggage in
transit on commercial
recommend purchasing the travel insurance covering your
from your travel agent.
can be arranged from the village to ship your meat to a processor
of your choice in Anchorage. The cost of transporting and processing
the meat are entirely the hunters cost, see cost above. We will
make a recommendation and information available so you can arrange
for timely and cost effective handling of the meat. Please feel
free to contact these processors for information about handling
your game meat prior to entering the field.
A partial listing of processors:
Cost the Hunter is Responsible For:
fare to the remote villages in Alaska, food and lodging in Alaska
(other than in hunting camp), State of Alaska hunting license
game tag fees (to be purchased in Anchorage, Alaska) meat transportation
and processing fees, trophy transportation, crating, expediter
and preparation fees of trophies. Cost to ship meat from the villages
to Anchorage is approximately 30 cents a pound, and approximately
70 cents a pound from Anchorage to cities in the lower 48 states.
If weather prevents you from arriving or departing on the scheduled
dates, you will need to make accommodations at your expense. Rooms
in villages range from $75 to $100 per night. If gear exceeds
limitations, additional charges are the responsibility of the
hunter. Fees are subject to change by the State of Alaska every
of Hunting Clients:
Clients are responsible for complying with State of Alaska hunting
regulations and as advised by the Magnum Alaska Outfitters guide,
for bringing appropriate clothing, equipment and firearm or bow
as recommended by Magnum Alaska Outfitters for preparing for the
hunt by studying the supplemental information and lists provided,
for following normal social behavior patterns with fellow camp
members. Magnum Alaska Outfitters may ask a client to leave the
field if they feel that the person's further participation may
be detrimental to staff or to other clients.
For a Successful Hunt:
There are many things that can reduce the success of your trip.
Some of them are:
this has a very big influence on the outcome of your hunt.
hunters are out of shape and not able to go the distance! You
should be able to walk several miles over rough, swampy, hilly
terrain- mainly tundra.
must be able to pack their animals back to the established camp.
Nearly every year someone goes home empty handed because they
could not hit the animal they were shooting at!
Limitations and Liability
Magnum Alaska Outfitters is a licensed Big Game Guide in Alaska
and assumes no responsibility whatsoever caused by injury, loss
or damage to person or property in connection with any service resulting
directly from acts of god, detention,annoyance, delays, expenses
arriving from guarantee, strikes, thefts, pilferage, failure of
any means of conveyance to arrive or depart as scheduled,civil disturbances,terrorism,
government services over which it has no control. Hunter will be
given a liability limitation document to sign as part of the contract
participating in an Alaskan hunting trip, there is always the
possibility of delay, particularly due to weather. Bad weather
can prevent us from transporting you to and from your camp on
schedule. When a major storm front moves through Alaska, it can
put us behind schedule. When the weather breaks, be assured we
will service the most overdue camps first. When purchasing tickets,
keep in mind that the "budget" fares often carry restrictions.
In many cases, the "budget" tickets are valid for travel
only on specific dates. We recommend using the Sportman's Fare
offered within Alaska by many rural air carriers. We suggest a
"buffer" day between leaving the field (village) and
leaving Anchorage International Airport. this day can avoid any
additional charges or delays by national airlines.
travel arrangements at (800) 544-2236.
you have a medical problem it is vital that you make them known to
Magnum Alaska Outfitters before arriving in camp. hospital facilities
can only be reached by aircraft, and evacuation can be prolonged,
difficult and expensive. Magnum Alaska Outfitters assumes no liability
regarding provisions of medical care. Magnum Alaska Outfitters has
the right to disqualify anyone at anytime during their trip if they
feel their client is physically incapable or if the client will jeopardize
Limitations and Liability
Magnum Alaska Outfitters
is a licensed Big Game Guide in Alaska and assumes no responsibility
whatsoever caused by injury, loss or damage to person or property
in connection with any service resulting directly from acts of god,
detention,annoyance, delays, expenses arriving from guarantee, strikes,
thefts, pilferage, failure of any means of conveyance to arrive or
depart as scheduled,civil disturbances,terrorism, government services
over which it has no control. Hunter will be given a liability limitation
document to sign as part of the contract process.