2020 Western Alaska Fall Grizzly Hunt / Alaska, United States

Package price

Package price

$18,000 for 10 days,
1 hunter

About this hunt

Alaska is home to 80% of the brown/grizzly bears. The term grizzly bear is often used in reference to brown bears. The difference between the two is defined by the location in which they inhabit, SCI does this by game management area and B&C us the 62nd parallel. Our camp located in western Alaska is within the SCI boundaries for grizzly bears. During August and September in Western Alaska, grizzly hunts are at peak. As the banks of streams thrive with thick stands of wild berries, the interior grizzlies wander down the hillsides to claim their share. This is the annual fall feast that fuels these giants for the winter, and there can be little wonder why it makes for some of the finest bear hunting found anywhere. Our success also hinges on using modern, dependable, and well maintained gear. We have much invested in our operation, and we maintain it as such. We operate from an array of various out-camps that were chosen for their proximity to wild game. This ensures that valuable time is maximized, so that every client has the best chance of finding success. By operating all of our own planes, jet boats, and snow machines, we take full control over every variable that might present itself. No two grizzly bear hunts are ever identical, but our experience means that there is little we aren’t prepared for. We take 8 hunters per year on this hunt and have averaged 90% success rate, with the average bear squaring 7.5 foot. Hunts can be 1x1 or 2x1 and will be from tented spike camps. Each camp has two tents so the client get their own tent, camps will have cots and sleeping pads.

Guided (Difficult trip)
Rifle Hunting Stalking

Hunting season: 1 Sep 2020 - 20 Sep 2020

Where you will hunt

Territory

Fence type: Not fenced

Territory size: 1500 Square Miles

Languages spoken by staff: English

Operating since: 1998 year


Structure by elevation

Plains: 40%

Hills: 40%

Mountains: 20%


Structure by landscape

Fields/Bush: 40%

Forest: 40%

Agricultural lands: 20%


Entertainment services

Fishing

Where you will stay

Western Alaska Hunt Camp

Our Titnuk Camp is located in GMU 19 and is the jumping off point for our western Alaska brown bear hunts, grizzly hunts, and moose hunts. This camp is located 275 miles SW of Anchorage in the upper Bristol Bay area of Alaska. This is more a camp than a lodge with one main building, a shower building, 5 wall tents and a large cook tent. This camp is accessible by small bush equipped aircraft.

Facilities: Bathroom Outdoor shower

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How to get there

Navigation guidelines

Fly directly from your home to Fairbanks Alaska and spend the night in the Best western hotel. The next morning (as early as possible) have breakfast and catch the hotel shuttle bus to Wrights Air Service by 7 AM to the airport. Sign up to Anaktuvuk Pass village with the secretary at Wrights Air Service. You are responsible for all charter costs to and from Anaktuvuk Pass which is about $380.00 per person, roundtrip from Fairbanks. Here we will meet you and transport you to our lodge by super cub plane. The point of outfitting is when you arrive at our main lodge. hunters will have to fly to Anchorage Alaska, here you will have to overnight, and the following morning you will fly with Lake Clark Air to the town of King Salmon. Once you arrive in King Salmon you will be met by Branch River Air, they will transport you from the airport to the float plane base located a couple miles away. Branh River Air, will fly you to our main camp. Once here we will do our final paperwork and then you will be flown out to your spike camp. We operate to float equipped aircraft during bear season, a Cessna 185 and a Piper Super Cub. Our two airplanes are for the exclusive use of our guest and are used to support our camps and to relocate camps if we need to. Western Alaska is home to our Titnuk Camp, located in the Nushagak Hills the camp sits on a ridge that separates the Nushagak drainage and the Kuskokwim drainage. Our hunting area here is over 1500 square miles and contains some of the best brown bear habitat in the area. We take 5 spring brown bear hunters and 10 hunters in the fall. Our average bear from this area averages 8ft square and has a 24in skull.

Nearest airport: Fairbanks Airport

Distance from airport: 100 miles

Transfer from airport: No

Transfer from railway: No

Other information

Gun rental: Yes

Vaccination required: No

Additional services

Rescue travel insurance

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Terms

Price Includes

  • Accommodation
  • Transport on territory
  • Guiding by PH
  • Field trophy preparation
  • Trophy measurement
  • Trophies
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Beverages/soft drinks

Terms of Payment

  • Deposit: 50% based on trip price
  • Deposit deadline: 1 day after booking
  • Final payment: Onsite

Cancellation

  • There will be no refund of deposit after 3 working days. Due to the nature of these trips we highly recommend trip insurance to cover any untimely accidents or emergencies that may arise on short notice. Certain prime weeks are reserved through Booking agents, shops and past guests on a first come basis, so we recommend booking up to 2 years in advance as many of our repeat guests do.

Price DOES NOT include

  • Transfer from/to airport
  • Ammunition
  • Boat hiring
  • Laundry
  • Snacks
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Tips
  • Gun rental and ammunition
  • Hunting license and permits
  • Insurance
  • All applicable taxes
  • any necessary paperwork

Wounding

  • All efforts will be made to retrieve a wounded animal, a wounded animal is considered a harvested animal.

Price Includes

  • Accommodation
  • Transport on territory
  • Guiding by PH
  • Field trophy preparation
  • Trophy measurement
  • Trophies
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Beverages/soft drinks

Price DOES NOT include

  • Transfer from/to airport
  • Ammunition
  • Boat hiring
  • Laundry
  • Snacks
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Tips
  • Gun rental and ammunition
  • Hunting license and permits
  • Insurance
  • All applicable taxes
  • any necessary paperwork

Terms of Payment

  • Deposit: 50% based on trip price
  • Deposit deadline: 1 day after booking
  • Final payment: Onsite

Cancellation

  • There will be no refund of deposit after 3 working days. Due to the nature of these trips we highly recommend trip insurance to cover any untimely accidents or emergencies that may arise on short notice. Certain prime weeks are reserved through Booking agents, shops and past guests on a first come basis, so we recommend booking up to 2 years in advance as many of our repeat guests do.

Wounding

  • All efforts will be made to retrieve a wounded animal, a wounded animal is considered a harvested animal.

Reviews (2)

Jerry United States 9.3 of 10

Bear Bones of a Hunt

That it was tough physically and mentally. The elements were brutal at times. The terrain was challenging and unforgiving. I like to earn what I have in life so all of this made the trophy of a lifetime after 13 days seem deserving.

It’s expensive! Not just my outfitter but any brown bear hunt is costly.

Reliable High quality
Michael United States 10.0 of 10

Moose Hunt 2015

Quality Base camp with internet and phone Comms. and Spike camp and equipment. Excellent Area, rich in game and exceptional Quality of species Trophies available. Owner Pilot in base camp on resupply and relocation runs daily weather allowing,. Daily Communications with base camp via inReach. Excellent expereience

I cannot think of it

High quality

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Membership in associations

Alaska Professional Hunters Association, APHA

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