Alaska Grizzly Bear Hunt $20,000.00
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Grizzly Bear Hunt in Alaska 10 days , horseback & tents 8.5 - 9.5 average Grizzly, This is a spike out wall tent hunt. Camp meals provided. Expect to spend 4-8 hours a day glassing. This make good optics a must. The guides are equipped to do all the field prep and trophy care in the field. Options to add a caribou hunt.
- Species: Grizzly Bear
- Average Classification: 9 - 10
- Shot Opportunity: 90% Within 500 yds
- Weapon: Rifle
- Hunt Catalog #: DLCCAK-MD1-3-1
- Tag Availability: Draw And Landowner Voucher
Grizzly Bear shot 30 seconds within 500 yds. The more proficient you are with getting on your rifle and executing a shot increases your odds for best results.
7 mm Rifle > able to shoot at 400 yds
October 17, 2019 - November 03, 2022
- Price: $20,000.00
Customized travel to and from camp can be arranged with local air charter for additional cost.
Non hunting companion. Option to add a caribou hunt. cost 250 per day
East of Pedro Bay, Alaska, United States of America
Deposits are not refundable. When you make a deposit or payment that money is used to reserve your adventure dates and we cannot sell them to anyone else. If for some reason you have to cancel, you will lose your deposit and any payments you have made. If you are concerned that you might get sick or otherwise have to cancel, we suggest buying trip insurance. There are insurance companies that specialize in providing insurance policies for outfitter bookings and hunts. One such company we recommend is globalrescue.com. It is also our policy, depending on the adventure you booked and at our discretion, that if you have to cancel and we are able to book a replacement for you at the regular price we will work with you to apply your deposits to another adventure. Please note that we cannot refund or roll state or government license fees, application fees, draw results, or tags.
Our Grizzly hunts take place in the Alaska Range south of Fairbanks. This area of the Alaska Range, with its heavy willow draws and large open meadows, provides ideal habitat for some of the best grizzly hunting in Alaska. Grizzly can be hunted individually or in a combination hunt. There is an abundant population of both species, with an excellent opportunity for trophy animals. The area regularly produces Grizzly. Hunters can expect to rise early and glass from camp, eat a hot breakfast, and then hike to a “lookout” where they will glass. Once a good bear is spotted, a stalk is made to within 50 to 150 yards.y up to 9’ square.Success rate over the years stands at about 90%. Our hunters on this hunt have consistently taken grizzlies with hides that will square 8′ with skulls between 23″ and 26″. Hunts take place in rolling hills (alpine) areas with elevations between 500′ and 2,000′. Although not difficult, hunters should be comfortable with hiking two to five miles a day in hilly country. Weather in Alaska is unpredictable. Be prepared and pack accordingly. You shouldn’t see any snow, but expect some rain & wind. Bugs are not usually an issue, but bug dope & head nets are provided when needed. We fly you to one of our remote spike camps, from which all hunting is done by walking from camp and glassing. This time of year we use the spot and stalk method almost exclusively. The bear density in our area is high. Expect to see numerous bears during your hunt. Other critters you may see include moose, black bear, wolf and wolverine. I'm sure you'll enjoy our great wilderness.
HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)
- Lodging & Accommodations: Backpack Tent?
Lodging & Accommodations Scale
5 - Cabin/Lodge
4 - Bunk House/Trailer
3 - Wall Tent
2 - Backpack Tent
1 - Client Provided/Hotel
The Camp will be equipped with very comfortable tent accommodations, cots and pads, all meals, guide services, boat, or, ATV, or Aircraft transportation included. Clean, comfortable accommodations Plenty of Freezer space and freezer boxes Hunting camps have heat to dry out and stay warm Wall tents are new or very well taken care of Generators, Refrigeration, and freezers at all main camps
- Menu & Food: Field Kitchen?
Menu & Food Scale
5 - 5 Star Catered
4 - Full Kitchen
3 - Field Kitchen
2 - Backpack Food
1 - Client Provided
Hearty Meals are served family-style in the main lodge with some lunches either aboard the cabin-cruisers or custom-prepared for your backpack
- Physical Conditions: Moderate Hiking?
Physical Conditions Scale:
5 - All Vehicle Access
4 - Light Hiking
3 - Moderate Hiking
2 - Heavy Hiking
1 - Extreme Back Country
Our hunts are done “fair chase” style, meaning a decent fitness level is recommended for an easier outing. This means you’ll be much more engaged than just sitting around and waiting for your prey to come around! Hunt with a rifle or bow (bring your own; foreign hunters will be provided with a rifle to avoid customs hassles) and make sure to have some good quality optics. Everything else is provided for you! All bear hunts must be guided. We offer a 90% success rate on any of our seven tours throughout the year. Only two bear hunters can go on a hunt at a time, and you’ll need to arrive a day prior to starting your hunt
Transportation (To/From Basecamp)
Transportation will be provided via Sea Plane and ground transportation to and from Campsite. Hunts take place in rolling hills (alpine) areas with elevations between 500′ and 2,000′. Although not difficult, hunters should be comfortable with hiking two to five miles a day in hilly country.
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Clothing- As a ‘rule of thumb’ for hunting clothes you will want to bring synthetic clothing and use the layered clothing system. Bring a set of lightweight and medium weight long underwear – tops and bottoms (I recommend Patagonia or Mountain Hardwear) and a midweight midlayer such as Mountain Hardwears Compressor jacket. This jacket utilizes Primaloft for insulation and wicks moisture away from your body keeping you dry. Fleece midweights or midweights utilizing Gore-tex Windstopper are also recommended. Wool works fine and can be worn as an outerlayer under your raingear. However, the downside of wool is it gets heavy when it is wet. Socks- I recommend Smartwool socks with a Coolmax liner to prevent blisters. Minimum 3 pairs each. Goat hunters: I highly recommend Rocky brand Gore-tex socks. Gore-tex socks are actually a booty that fit over your Coolmax liner sock and outer Smartwool sock and keep your feet warm and dry. Available online at rockyboots.com Raingear- Good raingear is your best defense against getting wet. Make sure your raingear will fit over your layered clothing. Side zips on pants are nice, to be able to put on over your boots. We recommend Kuiu Yukon or Chugach raingear. Kuiu Yukon raingear Spring bear hunts X-tra tuf boots Fall bear hunts- waders Daypack Binoculars Shooting sticks/bipod Flashlight/ Headlamp Warm hat/gloves .300 Mag or larger 40 rounds of ammunition (Swift A-Frame preferred) Camera Personal Hygiene Items
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What to Bring
- ❏ Underwear (1 pair per day) ❏ Base Layer Top and Bottom (2 – 3 pairs per week) *we suggest merino wool ❏ Lightweight Camo Jacket ❏ Windstopper Camo Jacket ❏ Midweight Camo Jacket ❏ Lightweight Camo Vest ❏ Lightweight Camo Shirt (3 – 5 per week) ❏ Lightweight Camo Pants (1-2 pair per week) ❏ Midweight Camo Pants (1 pair per week) ❏ Rain Gear ❏ Blaze Orange (rifle hunts) if required *check Regulations in the state you are hunting ❏ Lightweight Gloves ❏ Midweight Gloves ❏ Camo Cap ❏ Camo Stocking Cap or Camo Beanie ❏ Camo Headnet ❏ Lightweight Black Shirts (if you are in a blind) ❏ Lightweight Black Jacket (if you are in a blind) ❏ Hunting Boots ❏ Socks (1 pair per day) ❏ Liner Socks (1 pair per day) ❏ Boot Grease ❏ Extra Laces ❏ Camp Shoes ❏ Stalking Shoes ❏ Knee Pads ❏ Decoy ❏ Ground Blind ❏ Folding Chair ❏ Bow Holder ❏ Day Pack ❏ Water Bottle ❏ Large Backpack ❏ Wind Direction Indicator ❏ Flashlight ❏ Headlamp ❏ Hunting Knife ❏ Multi-Tool ❏ Topo Maps or Mobile Mapping Software ❏ GPS ❏ Scent Elimination Spray ❏ Water Bladder (2L) ❏ Fire Starter Kit ❏ Game Bags ❏ Caping Salt ❏ Dry Bag ❏ Game Cart (DIY) ❏ Binoculars (Quality 8’s or 10’s) ❏ Spotting Scope ❏ Tripod ❏ Rangefinder ❏ Bino Harness ❏ Phone Skope – Mount your phone to your optics ❏ Lens Cloth and Cleaning Equipment ❏ De-fogger Rifle ❏ Rifle (appropriate size for the game you are hunting) ❏ Shells (at least one box) ❏ Scope (with rain cover) ❏ Sling ❏ Shooting Sticks ❏ Soft Rifle Case ❏ Hard Rifle Case ❏ Gun Cleaning Kit
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