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Coastal Alaska Brown Bear Hunting


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It isn’t hard to see why the Peninsula is such a popular Alaska brown bear hunting destination—it’s home to some of the largest bears in the state. With diets rich in salmon, these bears dwarf their inland cousins and make excellent trophies. You can count on this outfitter to put these big coastal bruins in your sights. Careful Management This outfitter provides private sole-use land and books only four clients every year in order to keep trophy quality high and competition low. You can be sure you’ll be hunting in a flourishing and carefully-protected ecosystem where the bears can reach the largest size possible. A Comfortable Wilderness Experience This outfitter prides itself on offering the best possible food, lodging, and amenities possible for such a remote destination. You’ll be able to relax and rest well at the end of each day despite the rugged environment. Targets of Opportunity Black bears, wolves, and wolverines are all available as targets of opportunity on this hunt—and best of all, there are no trophy fees for these animals! So long as they’re in season and you have your tags, you can bag these animals without worrying about the outfitter raising the price. Just keep shipping, handling, taxidermy, and other relevant costs in mind. Wounded Bears Coastal Brown Bear HuntThe full cost of the hunt is charged for wounded bears that escape. This is a standard policy and is kept in effect to protect the bear population for future years. Be sure to practice your marksmanship and study shot location carefully before the time of your hunt to allow the highest chances for success. Deposits and Delayed Hunts You must make a deposit of 50% of the total price of the hunt to reserve a spot with this outfitter. As with most outfitters, this deposit is non-refundable. However, unlike most outfitters, they will give you the option of having your deposit counted toward the cost of a future hunt for a service charge of $1,500 if something comes up and you decide you will not be able to make it. What’s Included The price includes the cost of guides, lodging, food, and field care of trophies during your hunt. No additional cost is charged for taking the targets of opportunity mentioned above. What’s Not Included Alaskan Coastal Brown Bear HuntFlight and transportation costs, trophy shipping, hunting licenses and tags, tips and gratuities, and costs of additional days in Alaska as a result of inclement weather or any other delay are not included in the price. 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- 11 Days in Unit Number 9 Spring 2012-2014-2016 Hunt Duration- 11 Days in Unit Number 9 Fall 2011-2013-2015 Hunting Methods- Mainly spot and stalk. Rates- 1x1 hunt $14,000 plus charter and licenses Additional Hunter- 2x1 (one guide and two hunters) $6,000 Non-Hunter- Companion rate is $2,000 Seasons- Fall Hunts are October 1-11 and spring hunts are May 10-21. See Hunt Duraction above for years. Accommodations- Wilderness tent camps. Includes- Meals, lodging, professional guide service, in-field transportation, trophy preparation. Not Included- Hunting license, Tips, Tags, Trophy shipping, Charter and costs due to weather delays.. Alaska License- Alaska Hunting License ( Non resident alien) $300 Alaska Tag- Big Game Brown bear Tag ( Non resident alien) $650 Alaska Tag- Black bear Tag ( Non resident alien) $300 License & Permits- Outfitter will assist you in procuring proper licenses. Travel Specifics- Fly to Kenai, Alaska where you will be met by the outfitter for your Charter to the Peninsula. Weather- Important: The weather in Alaska can and will dictate a portion of your hunt. You must be prepared mentally for this when traveling into Alaska’s remote areas. Global Sporting Safaris or the outfitter will not be responsible for added costs due to hunter delays beyond the outfitters control. Your hunt may be shortened or extended by the weather conditions. 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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