Alaskan Eider Outfitters was founded by Capt. Moe Neale and Capt. Jeff Wasley with the goal to provide the absolute best King Eider hunt in the world. We have shared hundreds of epic waterfowl adventures with our guests as we have grown over the years. We continually strive to offer better and safer hunts by adding high quality equipment yearly. With the addition of veteran Capt. Mike Tapparo to our team, all our captains are year round guides with the knowledge and skills to help make your dream hunt a successful reality.
Capt. Jeff’s work as a wildlife biologist working exclusively with waterfowl has given him vast knowledge on many aspects of Alaska’s waterfowl and waterfowl hunting. He has worked 20 years in Alaska and has also hunted extensively throughout the Midwest and beyond. Jeff also runs Four Flyways Outfitters specializing in Alaska mixed bag Black Brant, Canada/Cackling geese, sea ducks, puddle ducks, divers and Ptarmigan in Cold Bay, Alaska.
Learn more about Four Flyways Outfitters here: www.fourflywaysoutfitters.com
Capt. Moe has been guiding Waterfowl professionally since 1991, his roots are based in Eastern Lake Ontario and the Finger Lakes region. Specializing in big water diver hunting, field hunting for Geese and Mallards and marsh hunting. This will mark his 23rd year guiding in Alaska. Moe has spent many years working in the remote regions of Alaska, from the Pribilof Islands to Cold Bay and SE Alaska. After spending thousands of hours guiding Moe has learned to do what it takes to give his hunters the edge they need to harvest their trophy's safely and ethically. Moe has not only guided all over Alaska but has also guided extensively for 30 years in many western states for waterfowl and fishing.
Capt. Mike grew up hunting sea ducks in his native Rhode Island and has guided for fish and waterfowl for over 20 years in many different locations. During recent years Mike has been a captain out of Hawaii for world class fishing for sailfish, marlin and more. Mike spends 12 months of the year guiding on the open seas and has been a great addition to the Alaskan Eider Outfitters team.