About This Hunt
SPECIAL LIMITED PRICE!
THE BROWN BEAR ON THE ALASKA PENINSULA
IS AVAILABLE FOR LIMITED TIME AT $12,500.
Special Price expires at 10:00 PM CST on September 29, 2019
DISOCUNTED PRICE: $12,500
VALUE: $26,950 (USD)
If you are looking for the best chance to take a giant Brown Bear, the Alaska Peninsula is the place to hunt. This is a 15-day hunt for beautiful Brown Bear on the Alaskan Peninsula. These Brown Bear average about 9 feet tall!
Our exclusive bear hunting area is approximately 550 square miles in size, over 352,000 acres.
The area includes over 100 miles of coastline on the Pacific coast.
The area supports an excellent bear population, with one of the highest cub survival rates anywhere in Alaska. This is due to harvesting a high percentage of large boars. Large boars kill and eat many cubs (53% statewide) before they reach 3 years old.
The area is so large that we utilize up to 12 spike camp locations to put you within walking distance of the best hunting areas. These spike camps are accessed by super cub or riverboat and are located near good vantage points, where you will be able to glass valleys, streams, and hillsides.
Hunters are allowed 10 wolves per day!
October 7 - 21, 2019
Hunters should arrive on the 5th and fly out on the 6th to spike camps. The hunt begins on the 7th through the 21st and you will depart on the 22nd.
Hunt Price: $26,950
- All hunts are 1X1.
- Non-hunter fee is $300 per day.
- Days listed are actual hunting days.
- Two travel days are needed on both ends of your trip.
- 10 Wolves per day can be taken.
- All license and tags will be purchased before arriving.
LICENSE FEES (NON-RESIDENTS - UNITED STATES):
- Hunting: $160.00
- 14-day fishing: $105.00
- Tag Fees for Brown Bear: $1,000.00
- Tag Fees for Wolf: No tag required
- Tag Fees for Wolverine: $250.00
LICENSE FEES (NON-RESIDENTS - ALIEN):
- Hunting: $630.00
- 14-day fishing: $210.00
- Tag Fees for Brown Bear: $1,300.00
- Tag Fees for Wolf: $100.00
- Tag Fees for Wolverine: $500.00
Hunt Package Includes
Hunt Package Does NOT Include
Travel to and from destination
Licenses and Tags
Trophy handling out of the country
Tips and Gratuities
Questions and Answers
No, Alaska state law prohibits guaranteeing success, on any given hunt or trip.
Ankle fit unisulated hip boots
(Consider one (1) size larger than you normally wear) or Simms G3 Wader pants and Simms G3 boots.
2 pairs of felt insoles for inside your hip boot. Change daily.
Rubber camp boots
Warm Outfitter's Fleece camo jacket
Wool and Goretex gloves
Rifle, Sling, Scope covers and 40 rounds of ammo. (Same as you sighted in with)
Small hard gun case
Shaving kit and medicine
Rain pants & ¾ length guide coat (Helly Hansen Impertech guide coat)
Camera, charger, batteries and film/cards
2 Camo Microtex Shirts
2 pairs of Long MTP Medium-weight underwear
4 pairs of Poly-pro socks
1 pair of Jeans or Carhart pants
1 pair of Microtex camo pants
Sunscreen and lip balm
Water bottle/canteen - Stay hydrated!
4 pairs of Wool boot socks (Smartwool)
6 changes of MTP underwear
Warm hat and stocking cap
Flashlight and Headlamp with extra batteries (Mini-Mag AA)
Extra GI duffel bag for skins
Insect repellant & sunglasses (100% Deet)
Moleskin for blister control
Skinning Knife (optional)
Hybrid Hunter 2-in-1 pack or small frame 2200 Day Pack (These can be used for your carry-on airplane bag.)
50% deposit required at the booking of the hunt.