Alaska Interior Grizzly Hunting
Alaska Interior Grizzly Hunting in Unit 19
- All hunts are archery friendly!
- Rifle hunters will get up close with shots not usually more than 100 yards.
- It is not uncommon for bears to get to square 9 feet and over.
- You’ll be tent camping near the hunting area, and you can expect to have traditional camp food for your meals.
- You can shoot a caribou as an add-on to your hunt.
Alaska interior grizzly hunting will produce bears that average 9 feet and, but can get up to 10 feet. They are slightly smaller than the brown bears that inhabit the coastal areas of Alaska. Hunters should be prepared for an exciting, spot-and-stalk hunt with a good chance of success. This grizzly hunt is in a very remote area of Alaska, and a great option for hunters wanting to hunt interior grizzlies. In some areas you may need to be flown to a certain camp but expect to do lots of walking for this hunt.
Spring and Fall Grizzly Hunts
In the spring, bears are just emerging from their dens, typically in fairly open country. In the fall they are out on the hillsides in areas with good berries, and salmon streams.
- Fall hunts run from September through October.
- Spring hunts start in mid April, and go through to mid June.
This outfitter specializes in guiding bowhunters!
Your guide will has spent countless hours in the Alaskan bush, guiding all sorts of people. They enjoy getting close, making this a great hunt for a bowhunter, and rifle shots are seldom over 100 yards.