To increase the hunting and subsistence opportunities for our shareholders on their own lands, TKC does not allow access for non-shareholders during hunting season. This decision was implemented out of respect for the TKC land on which our shareholders rely for resources.
Please pay close attention to our rules and regulations regarding trapping, guiding and recreation for non-shareholders.
Trapping is not allowed by non-shareholders on TKC lands. There are no grandfather rights for current trappers.
Guiding is not allowed by non-shareholders on TKC lands. Annual and short-term permits/agreements will be negotiated according to TKC’s Comprehensive Land/Resource Management Plan. There are no grandfather rights for current guides.
Non-shareholders can access TKC land for recreational use such as sport fishing, temporary camping and berry picking for a fee of $100.00. The fee is waived for shareholders and their families.*
*A shareholder’s family is immediate family members, including non-shareholder spouses living in the same household.
TKC Permits for Non-Shareholders
TKC’s Land Department is happy to answer any permitting questions you may have. Call our Aniak office at 1-800-478-4275, or our Anchorage office at 1-800-478-2171.