Alaska Grizzly Bear Hunt 10485
We hunt our grizzly and black bears in the Central Brooks Range, an extremely remote and unspoiled part of Alaska. These 10 day hunts take place anytime between August 10 and September 15. We’ve been hunting this area since the early 1990’s. All hunters are guided one on one and there are typically between two and four hunters in the field at any time. The only other hunters you can expect to see are those who may be sharing camp. Once landing in Bettles, you will be met by a team member and brought to our Lodge in town. From here you will repack your gear, do the necessary paperwork, shoot your rifle, and then get ready to fly out to your base camp. If weather allows you may fly out to base camp the same day you arrive to Bettles or you may wait until the next day. We utilize a Piper Super Cub (PA-18) on wheels and a Piper Super Cruiser (PA-12) floatplane to access our hunting areas. Grizzly bears are the prime focus on these hunts but black bears can be added on a trophy fee basis. Although these interior bears are not known for their size like some coastal areas, we have taken some very nice black bears over 6′ in the past.
Trophy freshwater fishing for Northern Pike, Lake Trout, and Grayling can be experienced easily on this hunt and is a great addition to the adventure during the middle of the long summer days.