Caribou Hunting in Alaska
Harvest Statistics

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2017 Caribou Registration Hunt Statistics
(Reported Harvest)

      Harvest  
Hunt # # of
Permits
# of
Hunters*
Male Female Total Percent
Success
* Number of hunters = Number of people that actually went hunting.
RC501 433 67 6 2 8 12%
RC503 2534 921 250 186 436 48%
RC566 8444 5,217 1486 1242 2728 52%
RC800 800 438 246 108 354 81%
RC835 295 196 55 0 55 28%
RC857 86 63 8 15 23 37%
RC860 3873 2,562 957 16 973 38%
RC867 3123 2,114 328 606 934 44%
RC901 1 0 0 0 0 No records available
RC907 1785 1,222 575 342 917 76%

Hunt Type Definitions

Draw Hunts

Most drawing hunts are available to residents and nonresidents. Drawing hunts require an application fee and are awarded by lottery. The application period for drawing hunts is during November and December. Visit the Draw Information and Hunt Supplements pages for further information.

Tier II

Tier II hunts are subsistence hunts and are only available for Alaska residents 10 years of age or older. Visit the Tier II Information and Hunt Supplements pages for further information.

Registration

Most registration hunts are available for both residents and nonresidents. Generally registration hunts do not limit the number of permits and seasons are closed by emergency order if a harvest goal is met. A few registration hunts limit the number of permits on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information visit the Registration Hunts page.

General Season

The general season harvest is the type of hunting most people are familiar with - the basic hunt where you buy a license, get tags or harvest tickets for big game, and follow the general season dates and bags limits. Visit the General Season Hunts page for further information.

Community Subsistence Harvest (CSH) Hunts

Community Subsistence Harvest (CSH) hunts are Tier I subsistence hunts and are only available for Alaska residents 10 years of age or older. Visit the Subsistence Harvest Permits page for more information.