Southeast Alaska Mountain Goat Hunt On Sumdum Peninsula Closing Early

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game:


Sumdum Peninsula Closed to Mountain Goat Hunting in Unit 1C

Douglas – Biologists with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game in Douglas announce an early closure to the mountain goat hunting season under the state registration permit hunt RG013, for that portion of Unit 1C on the Sumdum Peninsula west of Spruce Creek at the head of Windham Bay and over the saddle at the top of the drainage to Endicott Arm.

This portion of the Unit 1C Endicott Arm hunt has a small number of goats that can support the harvest of 1 goat point or 1 animal. As of August 3, 2023 a goat was harvested in this area. Thus, the area is being closed by Emergency Order effective at 11:59 pm, Friday, August 4, 2023.

An Emergency Order (R1-5-23) was issued that closes the mountain goat season in this area on Friday, August 4, 2023 @ 11:59 pm.

The remaining area of registration mountain goat hunt RG013, and all other mountain goat hunting regulations in Unit 1C remain unchanged and are not affected by this Emergency Order.

ContactRoy Churchwell, Region I Management Coordinator (907) 465-4267;