Here is a new twist on one of our more popular hunts with one of one of our most popular New Mexico outfitters. They are offering a 2 person hunt. One person gets a management bull and the other gets to take a cow. These guys have been producing consistently for our clients. Year in and year out nearly 100%…
Alaska Brown Bear Hunt 10467
This Alaska Brown Bear Hunt takes place in the Cold Bay area. Spring hunts are conducted in even years while fall hunts are offered in odd years. Spring Alaska Brown Bear Hunt: These hunts run from May 10th to 20th, or from May 21st to 31st. You will be hunting in Alaska’s Cold Bay and Izembek Refuge area, where this outfitter has two exclusive guide concessions. Historically this is one of the very best areas for trophy Brown Bear in the world. You will hunt these big brown bears by spot and stalk as they emerge from the den. In the spring their coats are thick with winter hair. It is common to watch big males following sows for the purpose of breeding. There may be time and opportunity to pursue other game in this remote wilderness region. Wolves and wolverine are prevalent in the area. There is often a good run of Steelhead Trout as well. Wolves are also prevalent in the area. It is no longer required to purchase a wolf tag in GMU 9D. If time allows during your hunt you may get the opportunity to fish in the Alaska wilderness, a fishing license is required.
Fall Alaska Brown Bear Hunt: Fall hunts run from October 1st to 11th, or October 11th to 21st. This outfitter also offers a Brown Bear and Caribou combo hunt from September 25 through October 10, which is an awesome opportunity to harvest both during an exciting 16 day hunt. The October 11 – 21 hunt is Brown Bear only.
Base Camp Accommodations: Enjoy comfortable heated cabins situated around the kitchen and dining facilities. Share camaraderie while feasting on home cooked meals. Power and hot showers are available at the beginning and end of the hunt – all within a 35 minute flight of your spike camp in prime Brown Bear country. While base camp is plenty comfortable, it is not a lodge. Spike Camps consist of established campsites and are in key positions that have been proven over the past 40 years. Each camp consists of 2 Eureka tents, cots, pads, warm sleeping bags, tables, chairs, lanterns, heaters and lots of good food along with a skilled and personable guide. Satellite phones are in each camp and each guide is on a check-in schedule with the base camp. Camps are re-supplied every few days.