Our brown bear hunts, like ALL the hunts we do, are completely fair chase. Hunting brown bear is all spot and stalk. Our brown bear season on the Alaska Peninsula takes place in the spring of even numbered years, May 10 – 31 and the fall of odd number years, October 1 – 21. Our hunts are 11 days and are guided with 1 guide and 1 hunter, or 2 guides and 1 hunter.
A typical day consists of getting up, eating a nice breakfast, walking to the nearest high point and glassing all day for bears. Once the correct bear is located, we plan a stalk or if the situation is right, wait to ambush him, depending on the situation. Large male bears are extremely intelligent and can be very difficult to get close to. They have an amazing sense of smell, good eyes and good hearing. There are many variables that go into planning a successful stalk and patience is key to making it work out. Like all hunts, bear hunting especially takes great patience and a willingness to work hard in all weather. The hunter must be willing to spend countless hours scouring the country side with his guide in difficult weather conditions. The experience of taking a large brown bear is unlike any other. A hunter who is dedicated and willing to accept the challenge of hunting this animal will always rank the brown bear on top of his/her list of hunting experiences.
Fall Seasons : (odd number years):
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Wolf may be harvested at no additional charge
Brown Bear Locking Tag: Non Resident $1,000, Non Resident Alien $1,300
Hunting/Fishing License: Non Resident $160, Non Resident Alien $630
Round Trip Air Charter: $2,000