The search for a Craig man missing in the Behm Canal area continued Tuesday, the third day of searching for the hunter.
According to U.S. Coast Guard spokesman Ryan Erickson, Garrett Hagen, who is in his mid-20s, has been missing for more than a week.
The search began after the Coast Guard received a call from the crew of the small cruise ship Wilderness Adventure on Sunday morning reporting they had found the 44-foot Abundance adrift with no one aboard in the vicinity of Saks Cove.
Rescuers found Hagen’s hunting partner, Adrian Knopps of Michigan, in the forest suffering from hypothermia. Knopps was brought to Ketchikan for treatment, but Hagen remains missing.
Anyone with information regarding the hunters is asked to call the Coast Guard’s Sector Juneau command center. The local Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad also is helping with search efforts.