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Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Series

Packrafts redefine access for hunters and anglers looking to access wilderness waterways. Alpacka Raft is proud to support Backcountry Hunters & Anglers in their mission to ensure North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting, through education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters. The BHA Series is a curated selection of our favorite models for hunting and fishing, each handmade in Mancos, Colorado.

Get a quick overview of this series in the video below.


The Ranger is our flagship one person hunting and fishing packraft. It will easily carry a mid-sized big game animal and has enough space to carry your dog for waterfowl or upland hunting.


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The Forager is our largest and highest capacity packraft. It will handle large big animals like moose and elk. It also makes a great two person mini-raft for fishing.


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The Mule is lighter and more compact than the Ranger, but offers mid-sized big game animal carrying capacity. It’s the choice if you need more versatility for backpacking than the Ranger.

From $1,150.00

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The 3.8lb Scout is our lightest and most compact packraft. It is the boat you need to fish high mountain lakes.


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The Oryx is our tandem river and lake fishing packraft. Its perfect for targeting pristine remote easy river systems.


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The ultralight Caribou is for the hard core dedicated hunter that needs the absolute minimum of weight and bulk to hike deep into the backcountry, but with the weight capacity to pack out mid-sized game animals like sheep, deer, and caribou.

From $900.00

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Access Redefined. The Backcountry Hunters & Anglers series is built for the person that is looking for that extra edge to get where there are fewer people and more fish and game. For hunters, that means being able to hike deeper into the backcountry because you can use your packraft to float your harvest out. For fishermen, that means fishing from the middle of a mountain lake, crossing to the less fished side of a busy river, or navigating small backcountry rivers without access to traditional watercraft.