Alaska Brooks Range Arctic Grizzly Bear Hunting
Arctic grizzly bear hunting in the unspoiled Arctic frontier of the Brooks Range.
Choosing the right location and Outfitter is the most important part of Alaska Arctic grizzly hunting.
Alaska Arctic grizzly hunting in the Brooks Range for trophy bears with beautiful coats. You should consider adding a caribou to your bear hunt, and we also suggest you get a wolf tag.
This Outfitter successfully guides Arctic grizzly bear hunting in over 2,000 square miles of unspoiled frontier terrain bordering Gates of the Arctic National Park, including the Colville and Chandler Rivers. The Brooks Range is recognized as one of the most productive Arctic grizzly bear hunting areas in all of Alaska.
The season for Arctic Grizzly bear hunting in Alaska is August through September. This outfitter has fairly flexible dates on his bear hunts.
You will hunt from camp on foot. Expect to do a lot of glassing, and once a good bear is spotted you will stalk to within range. Many of our clients have multiple opportunities at bears and often are hunting a pre-scouted giant that has been feeding on a caribou carcass.
Because this outfitter is also hunting caribou during this time, he will often know where your shooter bear is to be found before you arrive.
- On most years, the success rate is 100% with this outfitter.
- Bears will square 6.5 – 8 feet with skulls measuring 20-22 inches.
Add a Caribou to Your Grizzly Hunt
It’s always nice to have an extra tag or two on a hunt.
Spot and stalk trophy caribou while you are grizzly bear hunting. We also recommend that you purchase a wolf tag as well.
You just can’t imaging everything Alaska (and especially the Brooks Range) has to offer until you’ve been. Contact us to customize your Arctic grizzly bear hunt, and discover for yourself what sets this Alaska Outfitter apart from the rest.
Travel to the Brooks Range
Fly into Fairbanks Alaska and overnight at the Alpine lodge. The next morning, you will take a shuttle to Wrights Air Service for a flight to Anaktuvuk Pass where the Outfitter will pick you up in his Super Cub with tundra tires and fly you to camp.
The Brooks Range in Alaska is a seemingly endless expanse of tundra where herds of over a half-million caribou practice their annual migration and the grizzly bears thrive.”
Lodging and Food
The main camp has power and hot running water, but hunts are usually from spike camps so every hunter has the best chance of success. Spike camps consist of 4-6 man tents with cots and sleeping pads. Meals are either freeze dried or home cooked meals depending on the circumstances.
Hunt Reports from clients who’ve hunted with this outfitter:
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