Alaska's Super Seven Big Game Raffle
WHAT: Super Seven Big Game Raffle – This is your chance to win a permit for one of the most sought after hunts (species) found in Alaska. The hunts to be raffled include the following:
Unimak Island Brown Bear
Hunt for the largest land carnivore in North America on the legendary Unimak Island at the end of the Alaska Peninsula. One of the best opportunities in Alaska to harvest a true 10 + foot bear.
This is another opportunity to pursue bison in the most highly sought after drawing permit hunt in Alaska. In 1928, twenty-three plains bison were moved from the National Bison Range in Montana to the Delta River area in Alaska's interior and established the herd that is so popular with hunters today.
Alaska Range Caribou
This hunt is one of the best areas for trophy-class barren ground caribou in Alaska. In the heart of the Alaska Range, the hunt area includes both motorized accessible and non-motorized controlled use areas allowing for a range of access choices and opportunities.
Delta Controlled Use Area Dall Sheep
Hunt trophy Dall rams in one of the most scenic mountain ranges in North America. The Alaska Range is home to some of the largest Dall sheep anywhere.
Afognak Island Elk
This is a unique opportunity to hunt for Roosevelt Elk on Afognak Island (part of the Kodiak Archipelago), where the largest population of elk in Alaska can be found. Many trophy Roosevelt bulls have been taken in this area over recent years including some that have made the Boone and Crocket record book minimum.
Nunivak Island Muskox
Found only in very remote Arctic and subarctic locations, muskoxen promise a guaranteed hunting adventure. Nunivak Island, located in the Bering Sea is home to a robust population of muskoxen - one of only a few found in Alaska.
Chugach Mountain Goat
Experience the adventure of a lifetime with an opportunity to hunt trophy-class mountain goats in the Chugach Mountains, including areas such as the Knik River, Marcus Baker Glacier, and the best of Chugach State Park. Many large goats are taken throughout this mountain range every year.
COST: $20 per ticket, 7 tickets for $100, or 40 tickets for $500. There is no purchase limit. A single ticket provides a chance to win one hunt (species). Multiple tickets can be entered into one hunt or multiple hunts. Individuals may win more than one hunt!
WHO: Any resident, non-resident, or non-resident alien who is 10 years-of-age or older. Guide requirements apply.
WHEN: Tickets are available January 12-April 15, 2022. Winners will be announced/posted online May 6, 2022.
HOW: Tickets are available ONLINE ONLY through the Outdoor Heritage Foundation of Alaska (OHFA) website: alaskasuper7raffle.com
Eligibility requirements apply. Winners must abide by all existing bag limits, license and tag requirements, guide requirements, and other applicable regulations (for example: if you are a nonresident that harvested a sheep in Alaska in the last 4 years, you are ineligible for the sheep permit and should not enter the sheep hunt drawing). The drawings will be conducted by Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) in partnership with OHFAK. Proceeds will be used to support Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife conservation efforts and other projects and programs supported by ADF&G.