Alaska Fish & Wildlife News
April 2022

Alaska's Super Seven Big Game Raffle

By staff
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Jim Kazen harvested a 55" bull moose in September 2021 on a hunting trip on the Kenai. His friend Ray Davis helped pack it out in his canoe. "One load, with the whole moose and all our gear!" Photo by Ray Davis, used with permission.

Alaska's Super Seven Big Game Raffle is a chance to win permits for some of the most sought-after hunts in Alaska.

The permits will be awarded for the Fall 2022 / Spring 2023 hunting season. The cost is $20 per ticket, or seven tickets for $100, or 40 tickets for $500. A single ticket provides a chance for one hunt (one species). Multiple tickets may be purchased, there is no limit, and they may be entered all in one hunt or in a combination of hunts. An individual may win more than one hunt. Tickets are available online only through the Outdoor Heritage Foundation of Alaska (OHFA) website

Tickets may be purchased through April 15, 2022. Winners will be announced and posted online on May 6, 2022. It’s open to any resident or non-resident 10 years-of-age or older who is otherwise eligible. Guide requirements apply.

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Rachel Crawford packs out her first Dall Sheep. Photo by Benjamin Crawford, used with permission.

The hunts to be raffled include:

Unimak Island Brown Bear

Delta Bison

Alaska Range Caribou

Alaska Range Dall sheep

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Sunrise in the backcountry on a memorable moose hunt. Photo by Hal Frye, used with permission.

Nunivak Island Muskox

Afognak Island Roosevelt Elk

Chugach Mountain Goat

The Super Seven Big Game Raffle is sponsored in partnership with Outdoor Heritage Foundation of Alaska, Alaska Outdoor Council, Alaska Wild Sheep Foundation, and the Alaska and Kenai Chapters of the Safari Club International.

More information on hunting in Alaska

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