No, you're wrong. I just moved back from Alaska. The hunting and fishing is perceived as great because the movies paint it that way - it's just *different* game, not more or less of it.
Reasons NOT to raise your family in Alaska:
1) At rush hour, you're stopped at a red light, and you notice 10 drunk/unconious/vomit-covered natives laying on the sidewalk, surrounded by bodily waste and empty whiskey bottles. You realize they make MORE money than you, for doing absolutely nothing.
2) You may have hit a deer in your car, and you might have even got it fixed. Not only do moose kill your car on impact, they usually kill you too.
3) Moose everywhere in the cities, and they are very territorial. So much that the primary animal-related cause of death in Alaska is - you guessed it - moose stomping your guts out.
4) Minus 80 degrees in the winter, and 100-105 degrees in the summer with humidity to boot! (everywhere BUT Anchorage and the SE area below it)
5) High prices! $5.00 + a gallon gas, $5-10 per pound of apples, and similar prices for all vegetables/fruit. Why? Because it's all imported.
6) It's DARK in the winter. Ever heard of SAD? It's epidemic - the state recommends you leave your x-mas lights up year round to help combat this.
The list could go on...and on...and on... Until you've lived there, you will only have a romantic notion of the place that is sold to you by the television and movies. It's not real!