Alaska – General

Our two Guide/Hunting Areas in Southwest Alaska are in one of Alaska’s most beautiful andproductive regions encompassing the 1.6 million acre Wood-Tikchik Park. North of the world-famous salmon fishing grounds of Bristol Bay and bordered by the Nushagak lowlands on the east and the Wood River Mountains to the west, the area has a variety of terrain and vegetation renowned for its diverse beauty. Our Brown Bear hunting in this Salmon-spawning region is excellent. We feel fortunate to be able to work with the Alaska Department of State Parks and conduct our guiding operation in the wild and beautiful region of Southwest Alaska’s Wood River-Tikchik River Park.

Our bears average 8 – 9 feet squared. Our Brown Bear hunts may be combined with Trophy Caribou by adding some extra days at our Caribou camp in late September before going to Bear camp. Our Mountain Grizzly hunt is another great combination hunt which includes Caribou. Our Mountain Grizzly Bears vary tremendously in hair coloration, ranging from light-blonde to dark brown and average 7 – 8 feet squared in size. Most of our Bear hunting camp locations have fantastic sportfishing opportunities to enjoy during and after your Bear hunt.

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