Aglu Hunting: A Guide for Young Hunters provides easy-to-follow directions for completing a successful aglu hunt. An aglu is a seal breathing hole found on the sea ice, and aglu hunting is a time-honoured traditional hunting method used by Inuit for generations. Experienced hunter William Flaherty guides novice hunters through the basic principles of this ancient style of hunting, including packing a qamutiq, a specially designed sled that travels on snow and ice; how to properly dress for long hours in the cold; the best methods for identifying and assessing agluiit; enduring the long wait time by the aglu; and how to correctly shoot and butcher a seal. While hunting skills can only truly be perfected through numerous trips out onto the ice, Aglu Hunting provides young hunters the basic information needed to properly and safely prepare for their first hunting experience. This book will also provide young readers who are less familiar with Inuit hunting traditions with a window into the geographical territories and traditional hunting practices that have sustained Inuit for generations.