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Alaska Brown Bear Hunting


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This is a fall hunt for the true Alaska brown bear hunting fanatic. With over 2,000,000 acres of combined public and private land in Togiak National Wildlife Refuge at your disposal, you’ll have an unforgettable adventure—and plenty of chances at the most impressive trophy the North has to offer. The Terrain Togiak is incredibly varied. Salmon rivers travel down mountains and hills, into tundra and forest, and finally reach the great Bristol Bay at the end. The dramatic, glacier-carved landscape is dotted with dormant volcanoes and filled with a rich variety of wildlife. The abundance of salmon, berries, and other favorite food sources makes this a perfect brown bear habitat, and it’s not unheard of to find ten-foot bears in the area. The Hunt You’ll be flown to a remote area where only a handful of hunters are allowed each year. The trophy quality is world class and the competition is minimal to nonexistent. You should see several bears nearly every day on this hunt, so you can often afford to be reasonably choosy about your trophy. Due to the extremely varied terrain, this outfitter can arrange the hunt to suit sportsmen in any physical condition. Hunters looking for a less strenuous hunt or for whom hiking isn’t an option can cruise the salmon-rich waters to catch feeding bears, while those who are ready for a challenge can take to the hills and follow the bears wherever they go. The outfitter’s preferred method of hunting is to set up on a high vantage point and glass salmon streams or berry patches for a big bear, then stalk once one’s found. There is one guide for each hunter, and only two hunters are taken to the camp at a time. You and your guide will hunt separately from the others. The Camp Due to the fact that everything must be brought in by plane, the accommodations are minimal. You’ll be staying in a spike camp in dome tents with cots and basic cooking gear. This is a rugged wilderness experience. What’s Included Food Equipment Field care of trophies Brown bear hunting permit for exclusive federal or private land use What’s Not Included Cost of flights, including commercial flights and bush flight from Dillingham, Alaska to the hunting area Hunting licenses and bear tags Fishing license APHA Non-Resident Hunter Preservation Fee Shipping and handling of trophy Export permits Tips and gratuities Call today or fill out the form below and let us know what type of Alaska brown bear hunting experience you are looking for. We’ll send you information on opportunities that match your goals. Our experienced outfitters are second to none and we’re happy to share personal experiences with you. Hunt Duration- Hunts are ten days. Please allow twelve to thirteen days for this hunt. Hunting Methods- Mainly spot and stalk either via foot or Zodiac. Rates- 1x1 hunt $15,500 plus charter which is approximately $1000 to $1500. Seasons- Fall hunts take place in late September and early October. Spring hunts take place in May. Accommodations- Wilderness tent camps. Includes- Meals, lodging, professional guide service, in-field transportation, trophy preparation. Not Included- Hunting license $85.00 bear tag $500.00 and charters. License & Permits- Outfitter will assist you in procuring proper licenses. Travel Specifics- Fly to Dillingham, Alaska where you then take a charted float plane to camp. Additional Info- For detailed Information or to arrange this hunt please contact Bob Anderson at 888-850-HUNT, Ext. 701 or 307-473-1268.


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