We are primarily doing farmgate sales. We shoot, take animal to quarter stage and will store in our cooler for your pickup.
BISON HUNTS SOLD OUT
6 Point Elk Available 2022 Season $6,000
5 Point Elk $5,000
Bison Farm Gate Sale Price = $8 per lb. hanging weight cold approximately 500 lbs.
Elk Farm Gate Sale Price = $9 per lb. hanging weight cold approximately 300 lbs.
Alaska Interior Game Ranch, Inc.
All harvests depend on availability of animals at the time of scheduling.
Reservation and $500 refundable deposit required.
We require high powered rifle, 30.06 or larger. No black powder, automatics or bows and arrows.
Game ranch clients must be physically fit and able to shoot with accuracy.
Clients must be in good physical and mental health.
Clients must be prepared to pack and walk long distance to secure animal.
Please call before booking hunt and sending deposit.
Thank you for your business.
HC 62 Box 5580
Delta Junction, AK
CONTACT BY PHONE:
907/895-4715leave message and we will return your call
(Physical Address: 12139 RapeseedWay)
Bison and elk
No added growth hormones or antibiotics---all natural
2,000 ACRES OF 8' FENCED GRASS AND TIMBER LAND
Our ranches are located just north of the Alaska Range. We are in the heart of Alaska surrounded by snow-capped mountains.You will be on the road system. You can fly to Anchorage and drive up the highway (about 350 miles one way) to get a view of Alaska or fly to Fairbanks & drive down from there (about 125 miles one way). Traveling from the Anchorage area, take highway to Glennallen-Paxson-Delta.
Owned and operated by lifelong Alaskan residents.
We reserve the right to refuse service.
Fritz Hollembaek, Ileen, Byron and Myrtle Hollembaek on Byron and Ileen's wedding day.
Ranches owned and operated by lifelong Alaskan residents
Buckley Hollembaek-President; Russell Hollembaek-Vice-President; Scott Hollembaek-Treasurer; Ruby Hollembaek - Secretary -Website Design
Website dedicated in loving memory of WWII Marine, National Guardsman & father/grandfather, Byron Jerome Hollembaek, who came to Alaska in 1951 to begin the agriculture industry we have today and his wife, Ileen Noorlun-Hollembaek, who devoted her entire life to farm and family.
"Where Quality is Game" slogan contribution by Gary Schoening & Lisa Labaska