Brown Bear Hunt
Our hunts take place in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge where we have an exclusive area. No other outfitters are allowed.
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge has the coastal Brown Bears. Some of these bears are quite large as they eat fish. They have an endless supply of food, so they pack it in before winter, making them some of the largest of bears. Our exclusive areas have salmon-filled streams and berries on the mountains to finish their fall feeding.
Our hunts are ten days long, which gives us an advantage of time. The weather can be very unpredictable, from pouring rain, heavy fog, and snow to, yes, even sunshine. Whatever it is, we are in it.
Make sure you’re in good physical condition. You should plan on hiking to get to glassing areas and carrying your daypack as we go. This is a pure spot and stalk-style hunt.
Our camps are tent-based and able to relocate as needed. In the spring we catch them on the beaches and chasing sows as they emerge from the dens. There are some federal cabins that may be available but not something we like to count on.
These bears are big, and fish-fed. They tend to move to and with the fish as the season progresses.
Black Bears can be an add-on; chances of seeing them are very good as they inhabit the same areas.
We do offer packers to help lighten the load.
A professional videographer/photographer is available upon request.
See the “Hunt Info” page for additional info.
- Tag Cost: $1,000*
- License: $160*
- Packer: $400/day
Tags and flight into camp not included
*Fees for international visitors are slightly higher.
*All tags, licenses, fees, and prices are subject to change due to insurance and fuel costs as well as state requirements . You will be notified of any changes before submitting a deposit on a hunting trip.
Upon receipt of a 25% deposit your exact hunt dates will be locked in.