Fall Yacht-Based Mountain Goat Hunt Sweepstakes
WHEN: October 30- November 5, 2019 or other available dates in November 2020 per outfitters schedule.
OUTFITTER: Parker Guide Service with Bruce Parker, Master Alaskan Guide and Registered Alaskan Guide, Ann-Marie Parker – Sitka, Alaska
METHOD OF TAKE: Rifle
LODGING: Onboard 80′ luxurious custom yacht M/V Alaskan Harvest
MEALS: Provided by full-time chef onboard the yacht.
HUNT VALUE: $21,000
ENTRY DEADLINE: July 1, 2019 through August 31, 2019.
PRICE: $20 per entry
ENTRIES: Limited to 25 per person
NOT INCLUDED: Before/after hunt expenses including air charter to and from vessel, hunting license and tag – available online from Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game (no draw, these are allocated permits), gratuities for crew, and shipping of hide to expeditor.
7-DAY COASTAL ALASKA YACHT-BASED MOUNTAIN GOAT HUNT FOR ONE HUNTER
Void in Washington State, Quebec, Canada and where prohibited, taxed, or restricted.
Join Parker Guide Service for a late-season, 7-day yacht-based mountain goat hunt in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest in beautiful Southeast Alaska.
You’ll fly to Juneau (JNU) on Alaska Airlines and take a seaplane flight out to the custom built 80-foot luxury yacht which will be awaiting your arrival in the hunting area. The yacht will be anchored in a small cove in the middle of prime mountain goat country. Your experienced guide will transport you to the hunting areas each day in a 16-foot comfortable, seaworthy, aluminum boat with padded seats and backrests. After your day’s hunt, you’ll arrive back at the Yacht, the Alaskan Harvest, to enjoy delicious meals, hot showers, and warm, dry comfortable beds in your private stateroom and bath.
Parker Guide Service mountain goat hunts take place in November every year, when goats have the long trophy hair of 6 to 8′′ or even longer. This is what truly what makes an awesome trophy in a mountain goat. Accessibility is not a factor because of the rut that takes place this time of year. You will not have to climb for these trophy-class goats. This is one of the most accessible and successful late season goat hunts on the market that can be enjoyed by all ages & ability levels who would like to hunt long haired trophy Billy Goats.
Parker Guide Service is the original purveyor of the late season, November mountain goat hunts by boat in Alaska. They have been doing these hunts for 29 years, using the same goat areas. They know the hunting area extremely well, and the goat patterns and areas which they congregate. A very limited number of these once-in-a-lifetime hunts are allocated each year by the US Forest Service. The billy goats harvested average nine inches plus, varying from 8.5 to 10 inches. For 29 years, hunters have enjoyed a nearly 100% success rate with 100% opportunity on these 7-day hunts. Their record of success speaks volumes about this hunt. No one has ever left without having a good opportunity.
ABOUT PARKER GUIDE SERVICE
Parker Guide Service bases their hunts from a custom built 80ft. luxury yacht with all the amenities of a first-class hotel, specializing in big game hunts for Southeast Alaska Coastal Brown Bear, Black Bear, Sitka Deer, wolf, one of a kind November long haired Mountain Goat hunts, as well as custom fishing and sightseeing cruises. They hunt on the raw, wild USFS lands of the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska by special allocated permit.
Parker Guide Service has 29 years of experience within the same hunting guide use areas with high success rates, and the luxury yacht with amazing guides. It is a small family business run by owner/operators Master Guide Bruce Parker, and Registered Guide Ann-Marie Parker, solely from word of mouth. People who come hunting with them know their reputation for being honest and forthright. You most likely will never find another Guide Service who will work harder to find you the trophy that you deserve. Parker Guide Service prides itself on high success rates on long haired trophy Billies, for those who wouldn’t normally be physically able to do this type of hunt. They virtually run nearly 100% success annually, with (98%) over the last 29 years and have great success with hunters who have hunted previously for goats unsuccessfully in other places. No hunter has left without a decent opportunity at a Trophy Long Haired Mountain Goat.
Now you too can save money, effort and time when choosing to hunt with Parker Guide Service.
To learn more, visit Parker Guide Service website at www.alaskaboathunts.com
or more on their fishing charters and cruise at www.AlaskaBoatCruises.com
Parker Guide Service is operated under special use permit within the Tongass National Forest and is an equal opportunity provider & employer.