Public Land: Hunting and Fishing in Alaska

When it comes to public hunting and fishing opportunities by sheer volume, Alaska is America’s undisputed king. Nearly 90 percent of Alaska is publicly-owned with some 325,700,000 acres under state of Federal ownership.

Nation's largest National Forest spanning some 500 miles of southeast Alaska, covering an area the size of West Virginia

•Holds some of Alaska’s top trout and salmon streams

•Offers incredible options for moose, sheep and bear hunting

•Covers 1 million acres an hour outside of Fairbanks

•Contains 127 miles of Beaver Creek National Wild and Scenic River

•250 miles of groomed trails for snowmobile use

•12 public-use cabins

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Find more public land access opportunities with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Hunt Planner

Photo: Entrance to Throne Bay, Tongass National Forest

Photo credit: flickr