Innoko National Wildlife Refuge supports a healthy moose population, and hunters from Alaska and the Lower 48 do travel to the refuge in search of this largest member of the deer family. However, most of the hunters that visit the refuge, primarily in search of moose or waterfowl, are residents of neighboring villages (Grayling, Anvik, Shageluk, and Holy Cross) or the nearby towns (Galena, McGrath and Bethel). Caribou, black bear and other furbearers are also pursued in season. Furbearers are also taken through trapping, including wolf, wolverine, marten, beaver and lynx.
Visit our Rules & Regulations page to learn more about hunting and trapping at Innoko.