The Kuskokwim Corporation (TKC) enjoys seeing Alaskans thrive off the land as they practice subsistence, however, we kindly remind everyone that TKC does not allow non-shareholders access to hunt moose on TKC lands.
TKC will be running our Land Patrol Program again this year, with agents enforcing our land policies on the rivers and patrolling The Kuskokwim Corporation’s land boundaries.
Due to the decline in the moose population, TKC Board of Directors implemented a policy in 2002 that non-shareholders are not allowed access to TKC land for moose hunting. The game is managed by the State of Alaska, and the Tier II permit is completely separate from our Corporation’s land policies.
There is an exception for a non-shareholder legally married to a TKC shareholder. Spouses of TKC shareholders are allowed to hunt on TKC lands for the purpose of providing for the family. If this is the case, please contact TKC’s Land Department as soon as possible so that we may alert our patrollers, and add you to our list of approved hunters.
For more information about the State of Alaska’s TM680 hunt, click HERE. Our patrollers will be on the river providing information, educating travelers about our land policies, and documenting any trespass that might occur.
Below are maps showing the TKC land boundaries, and Fish and Game’s TM680 hunting boundaries. Non-shareholders may not access TKC land even if they have a Tier II permit for this hunt. In other words, the lands shown in yellow and red on the maps are privately owned TKC land, and are off limits to non-shareholders.
We appreciate your respect for our policies and your cooperation in protecting our land. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.