North American Hunts
Alaska Spring Brown & Black Bear
This spring brown bear hunt, using a lodge as base camp, takes place in the Alaska Range. The days are getting longer and warmer, and the bears emerge from their dens on the surrounding slopes. From spike camps, you can watch them sun themselves in the snow. Snowmobiles are used for transportation from the lodge to spike camp. Once a bear is spotted, the stalk is made on snowshoes. Our outfitter consistently enjoys 90% success on spring brown bear averaging 8½-9’. On this hunt, black bear and wolf can be harvested at no additional charge. A second brown bear can be added on a $4,000 trophy fee. License and tag(s) are sold over the counter. This is a great time to be in the Alaska outback when the skies are blue and the snowy peaks provide excellent backdrop when glassing for game.
2017 Prices: $15,500 (1x1) on 10 day hunts
2017 Dates: April-May
Personalized guide service, lodging, meals, in-field transportation, and trophy care.
Overnight hotel and expenses in Anchorage, charter flight from Anchorage (approximately $1,600-$1,800), license, tag(s), meat processing, taxidermy, and gratuities.