AIGS1 – Alaska Peninsula Brown Bear Hunt with Aleutian Island Guide Service
Alaska Peninsula Unit 9 Brown Bear Hunt
The outfitters area sits in between the McNeil State Brown Bear Refuge and the Katmai Preserve.
Hunt the largest Brown Bears in the world on Alaska’s Unit 9 Peninsula area. The outfitters area sits in between the McNeil State Brown Bear Refuge and the Katmai Preserve. These peninsula brown bear hunts are available in the fall on odd years, and Spring during even years. This hunt does not require a draw for bear tags and can be purchased online at Alaska DNR.
The fall brown bear hunts during odd years are conducted on streams full of spawning silver salmon and hillsides where the berry bushes attract the monster bruins. Fishing for a fresh salmon dinner at camp is also a possibility. Wolves may also be taken on this hunt preferably after harvesting your Trophy.
The spring hunts during even years are conducted close to the beach. You will be glassing for bears from vantage points above the beach looking for bears foraging for carcasses and fish that wash ashore from the tides.
- Fly to Iliamna AK where the outfitter picks you up and takes you to the hotel included in the price.
- The next day bush flight to hunting camp included in the price.
- Hunt 10 days for Trophy Brown Bear 91/2 feet or larger.
- Tent camp accommodation using Alaska Bomb shelter tents.
- All Hunts are guided 1 hunter per guide.
- Meals are filling and hearty to get through a day of hunting.
- Trophy Care (skinning, caping and salting included).
- Fly out from camp and lodging in Iliamna included in price.
Unit 9 Peninsula Brown Bear: $22,000
- Lodging in Iliamna before and after the hunt
- Bush flight to camp and return.
- Trophy care (Skinning and Caping of trophy)
- 1×1 guide service with a Alaska master guide
- Meals in camp
- Tent camp lodging
*Prices subject to change without notice, so lock your price in with a deposit asap.
Lodging and Accomodations
Remote tent camps are used for lodging with Alaska Bomb Shelter tents. Sometimes hunters may stay in a cabin, but that is not typical. The day prior and after your hunt, you will stay in a fishing lodge.
Basic meals in camp.
All hunts are at least one on one guided by a licensed Alaskan Master Guide.
Typical Daily Schedule
Wake up to a hearty breakfast and walk from camp to glass an area where bears are using, most likely overlooking the beach or a salmon stream. Once a trophy hunt-able bear is spotted a plan is made for a stalk. Lunch is taken in the field and consists of sandwiches and snacks. Dinner will be back at camp.
Arrive 1 or 2 days before fly out to camp in Illiamna AK. Outfitter picks up and transfers to hotel. 10 days hunting in the field.
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