ALASKA FUR ANIMALS—What kind of furbearing animals are to be caught north of Kenai Peninsula, Alaska? I am planning a trip to that country and would like to get into a place where lynx, marten, mink, fox, moose, caribou and fish may be secured. I would like to go to a place that can be reached by canoe from the railroad, if possible.
I understand that there is good hunting, trapping and fishing on Kenai Peninsula itself, and there is some good territory north of Cook Inlet also, but I do not know just where one should go or where he should leave the railroad, and the present game laws are decidedly against trapping. The furbearing animals of this part are the mink, marten, lynx, otter, red fox, cross fox, silver fox, brown bear black bear, beaver, wolf and wolverine. Moose and caribou are found and an abundance of small game and fish.
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