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SteveD
02-04-2003, 04:48 PM
A year or so ago, I booked a float trip for moose next September with High Adventure Air Charter (haac@alaska.net), and have looked forward to doing this with my wife. She is quite outdoorsy and has already demonstrated she can rough it on the tundra and can tote a caribou quarter (on a Longhunter). In the meantime, she got into and has started an MBA program (so I can retire early, I hope). She can't take the time off this fall, and my usual hunting buddy will be watching his kids in their last year of football playing (priorities?). I emailed High Adventure and told them this, fully understanding if they kept my deposit and told me to bugger off. Instead, they allowed me to book it in a future year, which I am going to do. I've already been on two previous hunts with them (a river float for caribou and combined moose and caribou drop off). The quality of their service has always been great (that's why this would be my third trip with them), and their dealing with my scheduling problem just about blows me away. If anyone is looking kinda last minute for a river float trip for next moose season with honest and quality guys, I know there is at least one opening. They also have a website. Good hunting.

Dean
02-05-2003, 02:24 PM
If this is for 04 send me some details I may be interested. Thank you . Cptdeanm@optonline.net

Kmassaro
02-05-2003, 05:03 PM
Tell me more as well. kmassaro@hotmail.com

SteveD
02-05-2003, 05:46 PM
This is an unguided float trip for the next year (2003) moose season with two hunters. I booked it for about 15 days (a day or two prior to the opening and one or two days after), but I'm sure you could juggle around the dates. They fly out of Soldatna into the areas west and north of Lake Clark, Lake Illiamna, Mulchatna drainages. I'm in the office and can't remember exact dates and cost, but the latter was very reasonable, given the service. The last float trip I did with them, they furnished a quality and near new raft. You should know that I have no vested interest in this- they did me a big favor by letting me reschedule without penalty and I want to return a favor by calling attention to their now resultant opening. Furthermore, I figured someone out there might be thinking about a float trip this fall, but may have waited too long to book it- they tend to fill up early. I'd get in touch directely with High Adventure (see email address above) for further info.

Ed C
02-05-2003, 09:53 PM
What is the web site for High Adventures?
Thanks
Ed C

SteveD
02-06-2003, 01:35 PM
<a href="http://www.highadventureair.com" target="_blank">http://www.highadventureair.com (http://www.highadventureair.com)</a>