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Alaskan Peninsula Brown Bear Hunt


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Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Park are unmatched when it comes to a true wilderness experience, as they are only accessible by air. Lake Clark National Park is the meeting place for the Arctic/Interior, Aleutian, and Coastal/Pacific Rainforest climates. These ecosystems mix together and provide a great place to see characteristics from all over Alaska in one place. This outfitter hunts an area of the Alaskan Peninsula where there are fourteen (14) salmon spawning rivers. Naturally this is where bears come to feed. On clear days, on some of these streams, as many as 80 bear sightings per day. Come expecting a 9’ bear. The average is 9’6” with 100% harvest with a rifle in the last 6 years. Archery hunting harvest is 16 out of 18 hunters too their bear in the last 6 years. In 2011, a rustic and newly remodeled base camp with heat was built. If a spike camps is necessary you can expect an Alaska deluxe-style with 8’x8’ tent and cots. If requested, sleeping bags can be supplied. Itinerary: Day 1—Arrive Anchorage and overnight. Day 2 – Fly directly to camp by charter flight to a private one mile long runway. Day 3-9 – hunt (7 days) Day 10 – return to Anchorage overnight and then return home Day 11 – fly to Anchorage overnight Day 12 - home Price Included: 1x1 guide service; in field transportation which includes drift boats, two prop boats, two Argos, and a super cub; trophy care. Buy a wolf tag before you start your bear hunt. Wolves, saltwater and freshwater fishing are included. Price Excludes: Alaska Preservation Fund of $150, all licenses $85 for U.S. residents and $300 for International Hunters, and tags $250-$650 per species, observer for $5,200 (includes cost for fishing and wolf hunting), trophy sealing and storage $450, travel or Global Rescue insurance, gratuities, rifle rental and ammunition cost at $300, personal expenses of any type such as hotel, use of satellite phones, Anchorage charter flight round trip to camp (approx.$1,800 per person), RESERVATIONS & PAYMENTS: Per person in U.S. Dollars only, confirmation will be upon receipt of a 50% deposit with balance due 30 days prior to start of hunt.


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