We work with some of Alaska’s premier brown bear outfitters. Hunters can choose to hunt the Peninsula in the spring on even numbered years (2014, 2016, etc) or the fall on odd numbered years (2013, 2015, etc). Kodiak Island hunts can be done in the spring or fall every year.
Bears typically average 9 - 9 1/2 feet with some being over 10 foot. Skulls average 26-28 inches.
Hunts are 10-15 days and prices range from $18,500 to $22,500. Please email or call for additional information.
Next opening is 2018.
This outfitter only takes 2-3 grizzly hunters per year on his exclusive territory. Past clients have enjoyed 100% shot opportunity. Grizzlies have averaged 7.5 feet with an occasional 8 footer. Skulls are typically over 23 inches. The success rate for black bears has been around 33% on this combo.
Hunters will use trucks or ATV’s to get into bear country and then will use spot and stalk methods.
Includes: meals, lodging, hotel arrangements in Smithers, field care of meat and trophies and government royalties. Not included: license and tags, hotel accommodations and meals in Smithers, trophy crating and shipping, liquor, tobacco and gratuities.
Getting there: fly into Vancouver and then to Smithers via Air Canada. Arrive in Smithers the day prior to the start of your hunt.
License cost is $210, grizzly tag $1200 and black bear tag $170. Additional costs: 2.5% HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) & $200 NRHPF (Non Resident Hunting Preservation Fund). Outfitter will pay tax on harvest fee.
15 Day Hunt - $12,500 + $3500 grizzly harvest fee for 1 hunter / guide.
2016 dates: June 1-15
Hunt the in the remote backcountry of northern British Columbia near the headwaters of the Skeena River and bordering Spatsizi Wilderness Park. Base camp is accessed via a float plane from Smithers, BC. This is not a horseback hunt. Combo species include various combinations of the following animals: mountain goat, mountain caribou, Canadian moose and grizzly bears.
This is the same outfitter that offers the following hunts: Hunt #17-MG; Hunt #17-MO; Hunt # 17-GB.
Includes: meals, lodging, hotel arrangements in Smithers, field care of meat and trophies and government royalties. Not included: float plane charter fee, license and tags, hotel accommodations and meals in Smithers, trophy crating and shipping, liquor, tobacco and gratuities.
Getting there: fly into Vancouver and then to Smithers via Air Canada. Arrive in Smithers the day prior to the start of your hunt. Take the float plane from Smithers to the hunt area - 1 ½ hour flight. Flight departs on the day of hunt commencement.
Float plane charter cost is $1200 roundtrip + 5% tax. License cost is $210; Grizzly tag $1200; Moose tag $290; Mountain Goat tag $350; Caribou tag $220 + 5% tax.
All combo hunts are 1 hunter/guide.
There is a $200 NRHPF (Non Resident Hunting Preservation Fund) fee and a 2.5% GST on the hunt fee - outfitter will pay GST on harvest fee.
14 Day Hunt - Grizzly/Moose/Goat/Caribou - $17,500 + $3500 harvest fee on grizzly - Sept. 14-28, 2016
14 Day Hunt - Moose/Goat/Caribou - $14,900 - Sept. 14-28, 2016
10 Day Hunt - Moose/Goat/Caribou (any two species) - $12,500. Sept. 18-28, 2016
10 Day Hunt - Moose (or Goat)/Grizzly - $12,500 +$3500 harvest fee on grizzly - Sept. 28-Oct. 8, 2016
Hunt area that does not require fly-in so no charter fee:
10 Day Hunt - Goat/Caribou - $10,900 - Aug. 23 - Sept. 2 — Sept. 3-13, 2016
10 Day Hunt - Grizzly/Goat/Caribou - $12,500 +$3500 grizzly harvest fee - Sept. 3-13, 2016
7 Day - Black Bear - 1×1 $5800 + $1500 for 2nd bear or 2×1 $4500 +$1500 for 2nd bear - Month of May