Alaska Outfitter #1
This outfitter offers guided Alaska grizzly bear hunts in
rugged and beautiful Alaskan countryside. Grizzly bears
are abundant in the Talkeetna mountains of interior Alaska. Hunting valleys rich with blueberries and their migratory
routes are the best methods to encounter these nomadic
bears. T hey hunt game unit 13 the only unit in Alaska that
is open to grizzly bear hunting year round. However the best times for hunting are June, August, and September when
the bears' hides are still at their prime.
They are offering a late July hunt for those wishing to hunt
bears on or near an active salmon stream. Their late July,
early August hunt in 2005 lasted 6 hours resulting in a 7’9”
boar being taken by lunch time.13 grizzlies were sighted
during that six hour hunt.
Colors vary greatly from blonde to dark chocolate to silver and range in size from 7’ to 9’+. Rifles in the .30 caliber range
are best and the .338’s are also very well suited for grizzly bear hunting. Be prepared for hunting condition shots at less
than 200 yards. We have hunts available during May, June, July, August and September. Black bear can be incidentally
taken free of charge on any grizzly hunt and wolves are free of charge for hunts that take place after August 10.
This outfitter hunts game "unit 13" the only unit in Alaska that has grizzly hunting year-round, but the best months for
hunting are June, August and in September when the bear's hides are still at their prime. Rifles in the .30 caliber range
are best and the .338 calibers are also well suited for Grizzly bear hunting.
Be prepared for shots at less than 200 yards. We have hunts available during May, June, July, August and September.
Black bear can be incidentally taken free of charge on any grizzly hunt and wolves are free of charge for hunts that take
place after August 10..
Hunting is done on foot from a base camp. Each day will involve walking 3-6 miles and glassing from vantage points that
offer the best chance at locating bears. Hunters should be in decent physical condition and be prepared to carry a small daypack of approximately 25lbs.
Client is responsible for lodging while in town, hunting license ($85), Grizzly tag ($500), Black Bear tags ($225 each)
Hunts taking place before August 8th will be ten days of actual hunting with a travel day on either end, these hunts will
allow clients to take up to one Grizzly Bear and three Black Bears with no hidden costs or trophy fees!
May-Aug 8th $12,000 10 hunting days
Aug 9th-Sept $14,000 11 hunting days
Alaska Outfitter #2
These spring grizzly bear hunts are conducted during the
months of April and May. Hunting grizzly early in the spring
while there is still snow cover allows the outfitter to locate their camps in areas that would otherwise be inaccessible. The use
of ski equipped aircraft allows the access to the denning areas
where they target large, male bears. Typically fewer bears are
seen during the spring hunts but the chances of killing a large
trophy bear are actually better at this time of the year. A spring grizzly will have a hide squaring in excess of 8 feet with some
bears over 9 feet with skull sizes averaging somewhere between,
23" and 26".
Grizzlies in their area have a tendency to grow a strikingly colored hide known as "Toklat". This color phase is rare in most areas but is actually quite common in theirs; making for a one of a kind trophy that will rival anything in the world. Because
of their dens, and the time snow melts, they have to limit these hunts to 4 per year; with a maximum of two
being float hunts.
These grizzly hunts take place in a extremely remote part of the state which is rarely hunted. Combining caribou with
grizzly allows for an opportunity to harvest two great trophies. A typical Brooks Range grizzly will have a hide squaring
7 1/2 to 8 feet. Unlike coastal brown bears, these bears live in very remote in-hospitable country where food is scarce
requiring them to work for a living. This means they can be aggressive, even more so than any other bear in Alaska.
Brooks Range Grizzly Bear
One on One fully guided
For sheep/grizzly combo contact us for availability.
Brooks Range charter fees approximately $1,000