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Offline mountainman

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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
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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


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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/
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