collapse

Advertisement


Author Topic: Alaskan Brown Bear Hunt  (Read 1824 times)

Offline mountainman

  • Political Topics
  • Trade Count: (0)
  • Frontiersman
  • *****
  • Join Date: Mar 2007
  • Posts: 3303
  • Location: Wenatchee, Wa
Re: Alaskan Brown Bear Hunt
« Reply #15 on: April 21, 2019, 08:04:40 AM »
There are also some quality hunts in SE AK. Bruce Parker of Parker Guide Service (alaskaboathunts.com) has a good outfit and harvests some nice bears every year.

Never hunted the Peninsula but know many that have. Lance Kronberger of Freelance Outdoor Adventures  (https://freelanceoutdooradventures.com/) has a good outfit. 

Spring hunts are fun and hides are great if you get them early, before they start rubbing. There is typically a much larger area to hunt and boars are easier to spot.

Fall hunts can be much more dramatic because you are relegated to hunting salmon streams with a higher concentration of bears. That can be good or bad...  A lot of bears, but more animals to navigate through n you are more likely to harvest a sow in the fall. Hides can be scragglier in the fall depending on the time.

Lots of options n $40k is probably about right to plan on.


Some huge bears on Baranoff. In the fall, you just wade up the feeder streams and choose your bear
That Sword is more important than the Shield!

Offline Guy

  • Washington For Wildlife
  • Trade Count: (0)
  • Longhunter
  • *****
  • Join Date: Apr 2007
  • Posts: 669
Re: Alaskan Brown Bear Hunt
« Reply #16 on: April 21, 2019, 11:09:21 AM »
In spring of 2017 I enjoyed a successful interior grizzly hunt in the Brooks Range with two guides/outfitters. They also both offer brown bear hunts. Outstanding guides/outfitters and I'm happy to share their info:

http://www.joeyklutsch.com/

http://www.alaskaskookumguides.com/

Best of luck! Guy


Offline Skillet

  • Business Sponsor
  • Trade Count: (+23)
  • Frontiersman
  • *****
  • Join Date: Jun 2009
  • Posts: 4286
  • Location: Sitka / Everett
Re: Alaskan Brown Bear Hunt
« Reply #17 on: April 21, 2019, 01:27:20 PM »
If SE AK browns are an option, I'll throw out Alaskan Raven Guides in Sitka as someone to check in with.  I know the McLeod's and they are stand-up guys.  Get some nice bears every year, and the pricing on their website seems relatively reasonable @ $20,500 for a 10 day hunt.

http://alaskaravenguides.com/2048-2/
KABOOM Count - 1

"The ocean is calling, and I must go."

 


* Advertisement

* Recent Topics

Wolf killing machine by huntnphool
[Today at 11:50:20 PM]


4X4 question by smdave
[Today at 11:24:30 PM]


1999 Chevy Tahoe Engine Replacement by Skillet
[Today at 11:05:30 PM]


Snowmobile Guru's by TommyH
[Today at 11:02:25 PM]


Desert unit by shootem
[Today at 11:01:35 PM]


Washington State needs more predators by Boss .300 winmag
[Today at 10:58:07 PM]


Bull Beds by Crunchy
[Today at 10:37:42 PM]


Arrowsmith or fletcher? by Crunchy
[Today at 10:31:42 PM]


Sell or trade in bows? by Crunchy
[Today at 10:28:34 PM]


Adding pressure on bears by nwalpineguide
[Today at 10:19:13 PM]


Diverse group by buggy
[Today at 09:55:59 PM]


Firstlite cirrus puffy fusion large by elkhunter1977
[Today at 09:51:59 PM]


Machias's 2019/2020 Season by Naches Sportsman
[Today at 09:42:52 PM]


How Wide is he by Bigshooter
[Today at 09:35:27 PM]


Rabbits, pellet pistol style by Tracker0721
[Today at 09:27:19 PM]


WTB Youth .22 Crickett/Rascal by brokentrail
[Today at 09:19:27 PM]


Traveling with pup to hunt in another state by pens fan
[Today at 09:18:39 PM]


Late season boots by hollymaster
[Today at 09:10:09 PM]


WTS - Crimson Trace Lasers by bearhunter99
[Today at 08:58:56 PM]


Shocks and Steering Stabilizer Recommendations by 257wbymagkiller
[Today at 08:56:42 PM]