Alaska Wild Wind Adventures is awarded a 10 year contract with the National Park Service Katmai National Park and Preserve
Alaska Wild Wind Adventures is owned and operated by Alaska resident and registered guide Cabot Pitts. Cabot Pitts has been working and guiding Alaska big game hunting trips since he first started working as a packer/apprentice in 2004. Being an avid outdoorsmen and conservationist Cabot Pitts is adamant about pursuing his outfitting and guiding career and he makes sure that Alaska Wild Wind Adventures reflects that.
Cabot started Alaska Wild Wind Adventures in 2012 after applying for a guide exclusive permit in the Katmai Park and Preserve. It is a very competitive prospectus that the National Park Service (NPS) takes very seriously. The NPS only chooses the best qualified operators that they feel fully fits their strict requirements. After close to a year of waiting for the results, Alaska Wild Wind Adventures was picked by the NPS and awarded a 10 year contract to operate commercial guiding activities within the Sugarloaf area of the Katmai Preserve.
With Alaska Wild Wind Adventures winning this contract it aids in is the next step in Cabot Pitts’s outfitting career. This exclusive area encompasses close to 220 square miles inside the Sugarloaf area of the Katmai National Park Preserve harboring some of the richest salmon spawning and rearing areas in the state. It also holds one of the world’s largest population of protected brown bears because of the unique topography which yields the high concentrations of salmon and browse that these brown bears need to survive. The Alagnak River is within the boundaries of the Sugarloaf area and is a designated Wild River, internationally renowned for its scenic beauty and wide range of outstanding recreational opportunities. With a limited amount of tags and a long term permit with the National Park Service, Alaska Wild Wind Adventures has invested interest in preserving this area to harbor some of the best hunting opportunity that Alaska can offer. With limited tags and exclusive guiding rights, it helps Alaska Wild Wind Adventures manage the area to the highest degree and increases the chances of potentially harvesting record book animals.
To find out more information about Alaska Wild Wind Adventures contact Cabot Pitts directly at (907)414-5434 or online.