Friday, December 23, 2011

King Eiders Down

Off to a Great Start on King Eiders!!

Things are going great for us in Alaska.  The weather has been typical windy and cold and it is bringing in the King Eiders and other sea ducks.  Here are a few pictures from the past few days from St. Paul Island, Alaska.  Contact us for your King Eider, Harlequin and Long-tailed Duck hunt in Alaska. 

We would like to wish all our families and friends a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and best wishes for 2012.

Decoys all Finished

We have finished making a bunch of decoys for our Alaska sea duck hunts.  For those waterfowlers that have not tried making decoys, I highly recommend it.  Making decoys is a great off season project and really adds extra enjoyment to your hunts when using them.  We made some Harlequin, Long-tailed Duck (Oldsquaw) and King Eider Decoys that will be used in the Bering Sea.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

New Sea Duck Decoys

I started a project to make some realistic and very durable decoys for our sea duck hunts in Alaska.  We are going to have som new decoys for King Eiders, Harlequin and Oldsquaw.  I will update the blog as the decoys are made.  We are really looking forward to duck season as it will be hear soon, Sept 1st will be here before we know it!!

Have a great summer!!

Monday, April 18, 2011

New Boat for King Eider Hunts

Capt. Moe Picked up our new rig for our King Eider hunts today.  "Paulina" is her name and we are excited to get her to St. Paul to help our guest get their trophy Kings and other sea ducks.  Its all systems go for Alaskan Eider Outfitters and we can't wait to get this boat in the Bering Sea for some Alaskan sea duck hunting.

Contact us today to reserve your spot hunting in rugged Alaska for the elusive King Eider.

New Hunt for King Eiders and Other Sea Ducks

Hunts for Alaska’s Prized King Eider

Capt. Moe Neale and Capt. Jeff Wasley are teaming up to provide safe, ethical and productive hunts for the highly prized King Eider.  Alaskan Eider Outfitters will provide the best opportunity for a guided King Eider hunt.  With 3 guides with over 30 years of waterfowl hunting and guiding experience in Alaska we are able to consistently provide safe and productive hunts for our King Eider hunts.  All of our guides are lifelong waterfowlers with extensive experience hunting sea ducks and more in Alaska and beyond.

We will be using huge spreads of custom decoys to bring them in close for our hunters.  Our Coast Guard licensed captains will keep you safe in our 17' TDB Sea Class boat and in our rugged Zodiac.  All of our boats will have required safety gear and 2 motors to ensure we do not get stranded.  The Bering Sea can be very dangerous location to hunt and we will not take any unnecessary risks.  What we will do is give our best effort everyday to help you get your birds.  The weather on the Bering Sea is infamous for being very windy and cold during our hunts.  We feel that through careful preparation we can ensure our hunter have the best opportunities for a successful hunt.

Hunters can expect to be treated to some great food during their stay with us at St. Paul.  Our lodging includes a dining area, spacious rooms, lounge area, hot showers, laundry, TV, and more to make your experience in Alaska a great one.  We will start each day with a hot breakfast and then gear up for a hunt on the Bering Sea.  Depending on weather conditions we will take the boats out or hunt from land if the weather is to rough for boating.  We will typically come back for a hot lunch and then back out for more duck hunting.  After the afternoon hunt our guest can look forward to warming up back at the lodge and to a great dinner prepared by our cook.  With the short days of January we will have amble time in the evenings to talk about duck hunting, Alaska and the ducks we all appreciate so much.  We look forward to hunting with our new and old friends in the last frontier.

St. Paul has more than just duck hunting and we are happy to give tours of the community that includes a busy commercial fishing port, Russian Orthodox Church, US Coast Guard Station and more.  The island is also home to a variety of marine life as well as fox and reindeer.   

 Contact US for your Alaska sea duck hunt:

More info for our hunts can be found on the Alaskan Eider Outfitters homepage.

Your Trophy Kings are Waiting...

Capt. Moe with a nice King Eider