I know that Alaska requires all non-residents to hunt with a resident guide. I recently saw a show in which the hunter (from out of state) hunted for moose, and the only guiding he got was transportation to and from a drop camp. They set him down in the wilderness with his gear and said "see ya in two weeks" or whatever. He made his own camp, decided when and where to hunt, dressed & quartered his moose, and packed it back downriver to camp once he had one down. Is this considered guiding for legal purposes? I was under the impression that the guide had to stay with you and hold your hand throughout the hunt.