I am bow hunting for caribou in Alaska in Sept. I have heard several people say that all arrows must have your name and license number on them. I have looked on online and have not found anything about that. If anyone has any information on this i would appreciate it. Thanks.
worst case scenario sharpee them on the vanes... but I doubt that's a regulation...
are you hunting from the highway with a bow? ie the haul road?
Unless there are some restrictions on federal land or a military reservation that I am unaware of, you are not required to put information on your arrows. The only things published in the current regulation book that apply to caribou hunting would be a minimum peak draw weight of 40 pounds. The arrow must be 300 grains or heavier, 20" or more in length and the broadhead can't be "barbed". Mechanical/retractable broadheads are now allowed, which is new this year.
Where is hunt going to be?
Best of luck with it.
Thanks for the info guys. We are flying out of Kotz.