Friday, January 27, 2012

Alaska's St. Paul Island King Eiders and Snow Crab

Opilio or Snow Crab season is in full swing on Alaska’s Bering Sea. King Eider season also is in full swing and we are please to report that our hunters have been getting limits of them for their trophy collections. The winds let up some for these hunts and we were able to get the guys out in the boats on most days. We enjoyed some great hunts for other sea ducks including Harlequin, Long – tailed Ducks and a couple scoters.
On our final night with each group, we celebrate our hunt and hunters with a mouth-watering prime rib and all you can eat fresh Snow Crab feast. Big thanks to Michelle for all her efforts in preparing these exceptionally fine meals. We are pleased to be able to send our hunters home with trophy King Eiders and a full stomach. Capt. Moe and I would like to thank all of our hunters for being great guys to spend time with and for persevering through the tough Alaskan winter weather- bringing home those beautiful King Eiders and other species is worth all the wind and snow, that's for sure. One of our favorite parts about being waterfowl guides is having the opportunity to meet hunters from around the country and sharing our experiences and making new friends. Special thanks to guide Dustin for all his help and sharing his vast knowledge and experiences on St. Paul Island.


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