Mountain Goat hunts take place in unit 8, on Kodiak Island. Goats on Kodiak tend to be harvested between 2000-3500 feet above sea-level.
Hunters are welcome to hunt Sitka Black tail deer on a trophy fee once their Mt. Goat has been harvested. Be prepared to carry up to 60lbs into the hunting areas. Success rate is near 100%, but if hunters do not do pre-hunt preparation for mountain hunting success will be much lower. These can physically and mentally demanding hunts, but ultimately some of the most rewarding and spectacular hunts in North America! Once in the field, a light daypack will suffice unless camp needs to be moved. Versatility is the key to success.
BRHC will provide instep crampons as well as a high quality external frame backpack for clients who are unsure on what type of gear to purchase for a hunt as unique as these
According to Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists, Kodiaks mountain goats grow at a faster rate than other goats in Alaska, ensuring trophy quality at younger ages!
Kodiak’s goat tags are by drawing only but the chance at harvesting a trophy Billy is very high. Increasing goat populations have lead to an increase in tags for the areas that BRHC hunts. I strongly encourage anyone interested in a great Mt. Goat hunt to apply for our two drawing areas. Drawing results are published in February. Draw odds range from 12-25 percent depending on the year.
Please contact BRHC for information and assistance on entering the drawing.
“Jake hunts really hard and put forth the extra effort to get us in position that enabled me to bag that goat of a lifetime. If you are going after goat, bear or sheep – Jake is the guide you want!”
Mt. Goat price $8500.00