If I had to choose the classic North American big game hunt, it would be a brown bear hunt. These giant omnivores live in spectacular coastal environments and can weigh up to 1,500 pounds! I guide on the Alaska Peninsula, which is home to some of the largest brown bears in the world. Spring hunts take place May 10-25 as the bears are coming out of their dens and boars are looking to rut. Fall hunts are conducted October 7-21, at the end of the salmon spawns while bears are typically concentrated on streams as they ready themselves for another winter of hibernation. Hunts are tailored to suit each individual hunter. I have personally seen over 30 different bears in one day! 10-foot, record book bears are taken every year. Hunters have enjoyed 100% opportunity. Bears average 9 ½-foot.

  • Brown Bear opportunities in SW Alaska – $25,000-$40,000

All prices subject to change.

All hunts listed do not include transportation to nearest Alaskan airport, hunting license, tags, gratuities, or shipping of trophy from Alaska to your home.