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This a great value hunt.  You must draw the tag, if you do you are going on one the best brown bear hunts in Alaska.

My first job in Alaska was as a packer for legendary outfitter Dennis Harms! I will always remember my first experience on Kodiak. The hunter took a magnificent bear and I knew then I was hooked on Alaska Brown Bears.

I still sell many brown bear hunts annually. A share of those occur on Kodiak Island, home to some of the world’s biggest brown bears. If you are willing to wait one to three years to draw a tag, you can save a small fortune on a hunt.

Most of these hunts consist of a big tent base camp (sometimes a cabin is available); the outfitter often refers to it as the hotel. Here we eat real food like sloppy joe’s, pizza, stroganoff, tacos, spaghetti, jimmy dean, eggs and snacks. Often, especially on spring hunts, there is a need to spike out from base camp. In this case, you and your guide will carry what you need for up to seven days on your backs. Our outfitting partner provides the necessary equipment and freeze-dried food with snacks. Spring hunts, in general, require more mountaineering gear to be carried daily

10-Day Hunt – $20,500. add a Sitka Deer hunt for $3300 

Spring season is April 1st – May 15th Fall season October 25th-November 30th.

1×1 Professional guide service, camp accommodations, food, and trophy prep.

Flights to Kodiak, Alaska, hotels in Kodiak, license fees, shipping of trophies, gratuities.