Kodiak Brown Bear Hunt

1-2 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided

Description

Kodiak Brown Bear

This is one of the world's classic hunts. I have a high success rate on above average size bears. Those 10-footers are out there. This is a drawing permit hunt with a very good chance of drawing (sometimes 100%). It's not crowded, but must be booked well in advance. We can hunt from a spike camp or a comfortable lodge. Let's get that Kodiak bear!


Our Lodge

Our Lodge on Kodiak Island provides all the comforts of home and is our base of operation on all of our Kodiak hunts. We also have the finest saltwater sport fishing in Alaska.

Trips Include:

  • Infield transportation
  • Plenty of great food
  • Comfortable accommodations
  • Expert field care of meat and trophies
  • Licensed, experienced, and insured guide
  • Professional dedication to a quality outdoor adventure

You can add Sitka Blacktail during a fall hunt.


Base Price is for per person for tent camp Hunt. Lodge Hunt additional.

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Upgrades

Lodge Hunt

$3300.00

Sitka Blacktail Deer (fall only)

$2200.00


Your Host

Brian's Trip

Brian P

from $20900/Experience

Base Price

$20900.00 Per Person Per Experience

$20900.00

$3300.00

$3300.00

$2200.00

$2200.00

$187.00 Per Item

$187.00

$1100.00 Per Item

$1100.00

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

Total Payment

$20900.00

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

  • Experienced Master Guide
  • Comfortable Lodge / Best Spike Camps Available
  • Very Good Chance of Drawing
  • Not Crowded

Location

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Gear List

  • Waterproof Binoculars
  • Frame Backpack, Large, Camo, Extra Pins, Buckle
  • Fiber Filled Sleeping Bag Rated 0° w/Stuff Sack
  • Full-Length Thermarest Ultralite Matress

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Rules & Guidelines

Suggested Schedule

  • Please confirm your arrival date on your contract.
  • Clients need to fly into Kodiak (ADQ) 1 day prior to arrival date.
  • Clients may need to overnight at the Buskin Inn or Kodiak Inn SO THAT …
  • Clients may be picked up by Andrew Air (907) 487-2566 early in a.m. to obtain licenses and tags at local sporting goods store (if client has not already done so).
  • Clients may need to obtain brown bear permits from Fish & Game at 211 Mission Rd – Phone 486-1880 (if applicable).
  • Clients will depart for camp around 12 noon (hunting) or 8 a.m. (fishing) on charter prearranged by outfitter.
  • Clients will pay for the Andrew Air charter directly with cash, check, or credit card (approximately $426 round trip split with other passengers).
  • FISH or HUNT.
  • On departure day, hunting clients will depart camp around 1 p.m. and arrive in Kodiak around 2 p.m.; fishermen will depart at 8:30 a.m. and arrive in Kodiak around 9:30 a.m. Hunters may need to get bear sealed at Fish and Game (if applicable).

Please do not bring cotton, blaze orange, leather, or extra packs, boots/shoes. Do not depend on Goretex for rain gear, it does not work in our environment. Leave your rifle case at the air taxi in Kodiak. Everyone should wear hip boots on the plane. All your gear must fit in your pack. Please be familiar with all your equipment well before your hunt. All gear should be in waterproof bags (Ziplocs) upon arrival.

Please be in the best physical shape you can. We will happily wait for you, unfortunately the game will not. Hunts are not usually extremely physically demanding, upon occasion stalks may be. Hunters into their mid-60's have done fine on my backpack hunts. Physical incompetence is the number one reason hunters do not get their game and/or enjoy their hunts as much as possible. You do not need to be an athlete, but you need to be able to hike 3 to 5 miles with a 40-pound pack. To prepare, I suggest hiking with all the gear you intend to bring plus 20 pounds. This will serve two purposes - it will familiarize you with all your gear, and it will get you in shape. How to hike with your rifle and binoculars and put on and take off hip boots are some of the many details this will cover.

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