2x1 Alaska Brown Bear Hunt

2-2 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided

Description

Hunt the World’s Largest Land Carnivore

Alaska Brown Bear hunting is the ultimate in North American adventure! Alaska Brown bear guide George now specializes exclusively, on big brown bear hunting along Alaska’s Gulf Coast region. The streams in these areas receive heavy salmon runs, including all five pacific salmon species. The bears in these areas are as large as bears get anywhere in the world. Watching the largest carnivores on earth, aggressively hunting and catching salmon, often just 30 or 40 yards away, will get your blood pumping, and will not be forgotten easily. Hunting the great bears along these streams is very exciting in deed. A giant coastal brown bear is the ultimate trophy.

During the last few years, the focus has been on the fall hunts when the brown bears are concentrated along the small salmon streams. Consequently, more bears are seen at very close range. In fact, George likes to hunt right on what he calls the “salmon holes”, where the salmon congregate, and the big brown bears are actively fishing everyday. These coastal wet areas are lush, and rich in a diverse variety of wildlife.

Come and experience the enchantment of these majestic mountains, this remote wilderness where hunters can test their mettle and prowess, and the camaraderie of these brown bear hunts. There are very few people that see this Alaska, and there are some things only a brown bear hunter can experience. Hunting brown bears is like no other hunt on earth, and here you have a chance of harvesting a bear as big as they get.

It would be difficult to find another Alaska brown bear guide or Alaska outfitter that is smaller volume or more dedicated. George contracts and guides very few clients each year. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and give George a jingle and just ask how many hunters he will guide this year …

you’ll probably be amazed how few. You’ll also be impressed with his past record of opportunity to harvest these giant brown bears. Then compare that number to what most brown bear guides usually do. If you’re interested in being guided in the field personally by a Master Guide with years and years of experience and reputation, call and see what the schedule is to see if George can guide you personally. George loves to just chat with hunters anyway, so call him and see how they did on the last hunt or what his outlook is for next year, or any other questions you might have…

Base Price is for 12-Day 2x1 Guided Rifle Hunt

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George S

I operate a very, very personalized business. I believe it is very difficult to find another Brown bear guide that takes fewer hunters or puts more into each hunt than I do. There have been several articles and write-ups in major hunting publications about my brown bear guide service over the years. I’ve been personally guiding hunters in the field for almost All of my adult life. References from my past clients I believe illustrate my experience and professionalism. Fair chase, honest hunts, and 110% effort on my part are guaranteed.

from $20000/Experience

Base Price

$20000.00 Per Person Per Experience

$20000.00

Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment

$20000.00

Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


Amenities

  • Master Alaskan Brown Bear Guide
  • Personal Hunt Experience
  • Fully Outfitted

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Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Backpack
  • Sleeping Bag

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Rules & Guidelines

IMPORTANT: Recently, the hunts have been in early fall, before the bears change their summer habits, when there’s still a lot of daylight so the bears aren’t quite as nocturnal, the weather is warmer, and there is often a few less storms.

George has a U.S. Forest Service Priority Use Permit in the Chugach National Forest, Cordova Ranger District. George lived, hunted, and trapped in the Alaskan bush year-round for many years and scouted many areas. George has chosen the best areas that he has found to hunt in. These game management units along the coast are indeed prime brown bear habitat and have very high densities of bears and produce some very large trophies. Recently the Alaska Board of Game has been taking steps to deal with the higher brown bear populations in some of these areas!

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