BRSF781

$14,500 ALASKA BROWN BEAR SPRING OR FALL
2016 – 12 HUNTERS 9 BROWNIES 2015 – 14 HUNTERS 12 BROWNIES

Spring of 2016 went well with all 4 hunters tagging bears. Two just over 8 feet and two right at 8. Fall season there were 8 hunters and 5 killed including a super monster for interior brownie that squared 9 foot 7 inches and had a 27 3/4 skull.

2015 spring produced 2 brownies for 2 hunters. Fall season had a total of 12 hunters and they put 11 bears in the salt, including a Boone and Crockett book bear. Most hunters were tagged out in 3 days.

This outfitter has a superb lodge that even has a steam bath along the Hoholitna River about 75 miles northwest of Lake Clark. Five nice log cabins are used for accommodations. 7 day hunts typically run 90 percent success for both spring and fall. These brown bears average 8 to 9 foot. 10 day hunts are only $14,500 spring or fall. Spring hunts are April 14 to 22 and 22 to May 1. Snowmobiles are used on the spring hunts to access den areas and catch boars coming out of hibernation. Fall hunts start August 20 and nish September 25. They are spent glassing blueberry hillsides or checking moose kills. They utilize jet boats and quads in the fall. This hunt can be combined with moose and this would include 12 hunting days.

Hunters fly from Anchorage to Port Alsworth for $500 round trip and then the outfitter will charter you into camp at his expense. Openings are available for 2017 spring and fall.  Hunt BRSF781.