The island is uninhabited but still easy to get around on because there are a lot of old logging roads on it. There is little hunting pressure because hunters need a boat to get there and a vehicle on the island to access the road system. They also need a place to stay, and there isn't one other than Ludlow's floating camp. Ludlow has three trucks on the island for the exclusive use of his clients. We had them on our hunt to glass clearcuts and rock quarries along the old logging roads. This is spot-and-stalk hunting at its best. If you have hunted any big game, you should not have a problem with this hunt.
Ludlow also will take you fishing, crabbing and claming. The fishing is incredible, and the crabs are excellent. I have hunted in Southeast Alaska for brown bears from boats, but this is better because you have a large floating lodge to stay in. There are no rough waters at the back of this bay, and you never lose a day of hunting to bad weather because you are only 100 yards from the beach. Ludlow is a great fellow who lives in Kake, Alaska, during the off-season and offers fishing trips in the summer. He has everything you need on hand to fish the rivers or ocean. He also supplies the salt for the hides and........(continued)