Alaska Peninsula Brown Bear Hunting Trip
Or Call: 1-800-346-8747
The Alaskan Brown Bear is one of North America's finest and majestic trophies. This outfitter offers one of the best Trophy Brown Bear hunts on the planet. All hunts are conducted on private native tribal grounds. This exclusive area is home to some of the largest bears in the world. Our outfitter runs a small scale operation and limits this hunt to 6 hunters per year. The limited hunting pressure in this area has provided for high success on trophy class bears ranging from 9 to well over 10.5'. All hunts are conducted 1x1 with experienced guides from extremely remote tent camps. Hunters need to be physically and mentally prepared as the Alaska Peninsula can be very harsh this time of the year. To date this hunt has offered high opportunity. Spring hunts are conducted on even years and fall hunts are odd years. These hunts will test any hunter's patience as the hunts typically require many hours of intense glassing. This area of the Alaska Peninsula is relatively narrow with approximately 24 miles of rugged mountains separating the Bearing Sea from the Pacific Ocean. If the Alaskan Brown Bear is on your bucket list this is the hunt for you. Typically this hunt books two years in advance so early reservations are required. #415
$29,500 (10- days hunting)
Fall- October 1-21
Spring- May 10-31
$1,000 Charter Fee WTA will collect.
Fly to Sandpoint AK, overnight and charter to camp the following morning.
Day 1: Fly to Sandpoint, Alaska and overnight
Day 2: Charter to camp
Day 3-12: Hunt Brown Bear
Day 13: Return to Sandpoint, Alaska with an afternoon flight to Anchorage. Overnight or Red eye
Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost
$160 license, $1,000 bear tag.
Physical Requirement Level
Level 4 - All sheep hunts, goat, most grizzly and brown bear, some mountain lion and elephant. The terrain and/or animals can involve some dangerous situations. These hunts will probably require extreme physical endurance and some athletic ability.