One of Our Best Brown Bear Hunts on the Alaska Peninsula
The Alaska brown bear hunts on the Alaskan peninsula alternate between fall and spring yearly. On even years they are spring hunts, and they are during the fall on odd years.
Choose between a tent camp in an exclusive guide us area, or a hunt out of town where you will be staying in a Bed and Breakfast. Both of these hunts are good ones, but the tent hunt is better as far as trophy quality.
This is one of the best areas in the world for hunting brown bear. We have plenty of big bears but you still have to be ready to go and get them.
This outfitter’s brown bear area is on private land so you won’t be dealing with any other hunters. You will hunt out of nice spike camps and be eating freeze dried foods, unless you are doing the Bed and Breakfast hunt in town.
- There is a 75% chance of 10ft bear, and a 90% chance for 9ft plus bear on the 10-12 day tent camp.
- 90% chance at 10ft plus bear on the 21 day tent camp.
- 100% shot opportunity on 8.5-9.5ft bears on the boat hunt.
- Alaskan hunting license and brown bear tags for this hunt are over-the-counter.
These hunts are 1×1 and your guide will have years of experience guiding brown bear hunts.
Food and Lodging
There are two options on this hunt. A tent hunt and a Bed and Breakfast based hunt. On the tent hunt you will be eating Mountain House meals, and prepared meals and sack lunches on the B&B hunt.