Alaska

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With three great areas to hunt, it’s easy to see why we are one of Alaska’s premier outfitters. These are just some of the great hunts we have available. Call Kelly toll free @ (888)777-8098 for more information, or to book your hunt today!

GUIDED ALASKA BROWN BEAR HUNTS COOK INLET
Our Unit 16 Brown Bear hunts are second to none. Since 1984 we have been offering guided trophy brown bears in this area. We have taken many 10 ft bears over the years, the average being 9 ft. This equals any hunt for Kodiak Brown Bear or Alaska Peninsula Brown Bear. We offer a low volume, personalized premium quality hunting trip. Hunt with us, where you are a friend not a number. We have 28 years of experience hunting Alaska Brown Bears in this area, nearly three times longer than our closest competitor. The western shore of Cook Inlet is prime coastal Alaska Brown Bear habitat. The north Pacific waters of Cook Inlet keep the climate moderate. Summer temperatures seldom exceed 70°. The maritime climate vegetation is thick and offers abundant cover for bears. Winter temperatures rarely dip below -15°, considerably warmer than inland Alaska. The coastal plains and foothills of the Northern Aleutian and Southern Alaskan range are home to vast numbers of all five species of Pacific salmon. They begin to arrive in the streams in late May and continue through November. With a plentiful supply of salmon and a good moose population, the bears are well fed. In the spring, moose are an important food source. An adult brown bear can kill a moose at will when there is deep snow. Spring brown bear hunts run from early April through May. Brown Bears are digging out from their dens at this time. They spend some time in the high country before descending to the lowlands. Black bears emerge from their dens later and are seldom present while we are hunting April brown bear. During August and October you may hunt from tent camps located near salmon spawning areas. The streams contain salmon, attracting the bears. There are so many bears here, that the hunting regulations allow you to take up to 2 bears every year. A black bear may be taken at no charge during the fall hunt. When not in spike camp you will stay in our comfortable cabin at Judd Lake. Fall activities may include trout and salmon fishing. These hunts require you to fly to Anchorage. Further travel arrangements will be sent to you.

GUIDED ALASKA PENINSULA BROWN BEAR HUNTS
The Alaska Peninsula offers some of the finest coastal brown bear hunting in the world. There is an abundant brown bear population. This area is on the Pacific side of the Peninsula 30 miles from Kodiak Island across the Shelikof Straight. The terrain is varied, from beaches to river valleys to ridge top hunting sites.

Wrangell- St Elias Mountains In the beautiful historical Wrangell Mountains you will find the hunt of your life. There are not many places in North America where you can hunt all of these species at the same time. These mountains are known throughout the world for trophy quality Dall’s Sheep, a liberal trophy moose season and prime hunting opportunity for Rocky Mt Goat, Black and Grizzly bear, Wolf and Wolverine. This is a premier combination hunt that is unequaled in Alaska. We are bringing our professional, experienced top quality guides and horses for this excellent Alaska Horseback Hunt. We are committed to provide you a hunt you will never forget.