As you know Alaska Peninsula hunts take place in
the spring on even years, such as 2008, 2010, 2012 etc. and in the fall
on odd years 2009, 2011 etc. In 2012 the hunt was conducted in the
spring and due to the late ongoing winter the hunt was only 50%
successful. 8 hunters took 4 bears, with the better ones going 9
1/2-foot. 2 hunters left after only 3 days due to weather.
In 2011 it was a fall hunt and they went 9 for 11,
with the best squaring over 10-foot and 2 more over 9. The 2
unsuccessful hunters left early.
This outfitter hunts some of the best brown bear
areas in Alaska and has produced some of the best
trophies. His spring hunt has been the real record producer.
In 2008 his hunters took 2 brownies over 11-foot and 3 over 10.
The biggest bear went an amazing 11-foot 7 inches and had a skull over
This outfitter hunts near
Bay in the spring and Pt.
Heiden in the fall. Both areas are well known for bear density and
The 2013 fall hunt out of Pt. Heiden is 10 days for
$18,500 and start October 1. 2014 spring hunts out of
Cold Bay are 8 days and priced at $19,500
starting May 10.
This as a 10-foot bear before skinning!