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Or drop us an e-mail with your name and address requesting our "Hunting Packet Info" and we will gladly send you the information.

Lodging
It is sometimes necessary to overnight in Iliamna before or after your hunt. There are a number of Lodges, Inns and B&B's we work with. Be sure to mention Holliday Air when making your reservations. Extra services required in Illiamna are at the hunters expense and are not included in the price of your hunts.  


Roadhouse Inn
Iliamna, Alaska 99606 (907) 571-1272 

Flight Service to and from Iliamna:

Iliamna Air Taxi
For reservations or information please call:
(907) 571-1248 or (907) 571-1445

PenAir services the Iliamna route for Alaska Airlines and will be honoring ERA flights already booked. Reservations can be made by calling : 1 800-448-4226 or Alaska Airlines 1 800 426-0333. Or visiting their web site at :
http://www.penair.com/


Shipping Gear and/or game meat


Air Cargo Express:
907 243-7333 visit their web site at
http://www.aircargoexpressak.com/

Weather:
Alaska’s weather is frequently bad during the prime hunting seasons — strong winds, heavy rain, snow, and fog are common in most areas.We will fly whenever the weather allows us to fly safely. Please allow enough time in your travel plans to account for bad weather days. Be prepared for alternative accommodations if the weather turns bad. This means having a good book to read and the ability to pay for alternative accommodations until the weather clears. Building in a few extra days for bad weather is the best way to plan your trip.

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Terrain: 
Hunting in Alaska may mean walking through muskegs, dense alder thickets, and crossing creeks. Even after all the hard work of finding an animal, experienced Alaskan hunters will say that the work really begins when an animal is killed. Wear good all- weather gear and be good physical shape.

State Regulations:
Read the Alaska Fish and Game regulations before you plan your trip. Click here

Spotting Game:
Before hunting any distance from your camp, stop to think about how far you are willing or able to carry harvested game. A bull moose will dress out 350 to 750 pounds of mostly boned meat and will require four to eight round trips carrying approximately 100 pounds per trip through swap, brush and tundra. A brown bear hide can weigh over 120 pounds and can be cut in half if necessary. Even a big bull caribou will weigh 150-180 pounds of boned meat.
If it is necessary to make multiple trips to pack meat back to camp, take the time to pack all of the meat at least 200 yards away from the kill site and conceal it under a bush. Birds and other small animals will soon find your kill and can draw in other scavengers like bears. Always carry your rifle when packing meat and be alert each time you return to the kill site and meat cache area in case a bear has moved in during your absence.

Holliday Air,Inc. 
PO Box 670109
Chugiak, Alaska 99567 
Call (907) 688-4337
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