Alaska Brown Bear and Grizzly Bear Hunts
While Alaska Fish and Game consider Brown and Grizzly Bears the same animal, most hunters and record books do not. This outfitter hunts areas that hold both subspecies, including black bears.
- Grizzlies are often seen on our sheep and caribou hunts as well as out of one of our interior moose camps. They can be taken on a multi-species hunt, or targeted specifically if you would like.
- Brown Bears can be hunted out of the lodge, by float trip or as part of a multi-species longer hunt.
- If you are a do it yourself type of individual, we can set you up for success and a chance at taking up to three different black bears.
- All hunts are 1×1 and 10 days in length unless otherwise noted.
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Float hunts are a favorite for hunters seeking a brown bear. Our salmon filled rivers have an abundant bear population. It is not uncommon to see 20-30 different bears on a float trip during salmon season. Fishing for your dinner is an added optional bonus on these trips. Silver, red and king salmon all swim and spawn in our rivers. Arctic grayling, rainbow trout and arctic char are also a blast on a fly rod.
Lodge-Based Bear Hunts
Lodge hunts are common for our returning clients, although you don’t have to be a returner to enjoy our amazing rustic lodge. In the spring your day may start out with a healthy portion of flapjacks and some bacon and eggs. From there you will jump on a snowmachine and head into the hills to find a beautiful boar just waking up from a long winter’s nap. Bears this time of year have an amazing hide and make for incredible trophies.
In the fall hunting out of the lodge you can use a four-wheeler and get up above tree line to spot and stalk a beautiful silvertip brown bear munching on the blueberries that litter the hillsides. Or perhaps you will check on the remains of your successful moose hunt and see if a brown bear has claimed it as their own.
Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.
- 1:1 Guiding
- Ten Days of hunting.
- Meals and accommodations in the field.
- Field care of game harvested in the field.
- Air charter fees and a hotel in Anchorage are not included in the price of your hunt.
- Alaska Hunting/Fishing license and tags.
- Hotel in Anchorage.
- Taxidermy and Meat Processing fees.
- Trip Insurance is highly recommended for any hunt in Alaska!
- Gratuities for your guide and staff. While a tip is not required, it is very much appreciated, and guides often depend on them a supplemental income. Learn how much to tip a hunting guide.
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When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing. If it looks good, your consultant will write up a booking agreement for you.