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Directory of 50 Alaska Bear hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in Alaska.


Afognak Wilderness Lodge
PO Box SYB Seal Bay, Afognak, Alaska 99697
Phone: (360) 799-3250

Kodiak Brown Bear are the world's largest carnivore due to the almost unlimited volume of salmon to feed on and have long had the respect of seasoned international hunters. There are high volumes of large Kodiak Brown Bear throughout Afognak Island's lush habitat. "Fair Chase" is the hunting-style throughout Alaska so hunters need to be in good shape for a confident advantage. We do use warm comfortable cabin-cruisers to spot a large portion of the wildlife so those hunters who aren't as rugged as they once were also do very well on our hunts. This adds to the adventure as much more wildlife (including assorted marine-mammals) is seen, compared to sitting/glassing/hiking on a grassy hillside much of a day.

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Alaska Bush Adventures
610 W 91st Ave, Anchorage, Alaska 99515
Phone: (480) 657-3174

Hunting for Alaska Brown Bear and Alaska Grizzly Bears is said to be long hours of glassing and minutes of sheer adrenaline and excitement. If you have ever wanted to hunt these great bears now is the time as the population is rapidly growing and the chance of taking one is good. You now can take two Brown Bear and Grizzly Bears every year in our guide areas. Alaska Black Bear hunting is done much in the same way and in most of the same areas with liberal bag limits of up to five Black Bears per season.

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Alaska Challenge Guide Service
PO Box 24, Galena, Alaska 99741
Phone: (907) 440-6424

There isn’t anything quite like taking a trophy Grizzly bear or Brown bear especially surrounded by Alaska’s incredible scenery. Our camp locations can’t be beaten for the best big game hunting and pristine locations. All in my “backyard” which I’ve been hunting for over 36 years. Obviously, your goal and ours are to take home a trophy animal. We also want to you to take home the memories of a complete hunting experience. One that will hopefully have you feeling like you’ve been hunting with a friend.

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Alaska Coastal Marine
4350 Homer Spit Rd., Homer, Alaska 99603
Phone: (907) 262-4359

Our Black Bear hunts begin in the Homer Small Boat Harbor. You can load your gear the night before your hunt and stay on the boat if you would like or show up early the day of departure. We depart for the hunting grounds in the morning and may travel anywhere from 2-8 hours that day, depending on weather and time of season. We are able to start hunting within about 2 hours out and continue to glass for bears the rest of the day. Brown Bear hunting requires a lot of "glassing" and much of this can be done from the boat. This is a major advantage as it also keeps your scent away and allows you to often get ahead of the bear with the use of our skiff. You may also want to hike up a nearby hillside and glass from there. We often see bears right on the beach but hiking for your trophy is not uncommon

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Alaska Outdoor Safaris
Fairbanks, Alaska 99501
Phone: (208) 232-2542, Cell: (208) 351-6226

The vast territory of the Yukon has 20 hunting concessions. Our hunting area is 8,000 sq. miles. The hunting opportunities are endless. Hunters fly into Whitehorse and are then flown to a remote base camp and then travel by horseback to remote tent camps. Hunt area is located in the Big Salmon Mountains and the Nisutlin Plateau. Hunters and guides will use, atv, horses and jet boats to access your hunting location. Good populations of Grizzly Bears, Alaska Yukon Moose, Mountain Caribou and Stone Sheep, black bear and wolverine. Hunters can expect trophy quality animals with high success. Combination hunts for multiple species are also available.

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Alaska Remote Guide Service
PO Box 874867, Wasilla, Alaska 99687
Phone: (907) 376-9568

We offer some fantastic hunting for Brown & Grizzly bears. Most of our hunts take place in our “Sole Use” (I’m the only guide that can legally operate here) guide concession in Denali Preserve, near Mt. McKinley. My concession is current through 2017, and has been expanded to 600 plus square miles, and to include some prime fish streams and denning areas that have been off limits to guided non resident hunters since 1988!!!.

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Alaska Trophy Adventures
462 Teal Way, Kodiak, Alaska 99615
Phone: (907) 512-0810

World class Alaska Grizzly Bear hunting combined with Giant Alaska Grizzly bear taken in fall of 2005 by John Rozanski the comforts of a Wilderness Lodge & 3 comfortable out camps make for a truly Spectacular hunting trip. 5 species of Alaska big game to hunt including Brown Bears, Grizzly Bears, Moose, Caribou Hunting and Wolf. Caribou and Grizzly bears traveling the border of the Gates of the Arctic Park offer our hunters an abundant resource of game. The Wilderness Lodge & 3 remote outcamps are a wilderness marvel and all located in the shadows of the world famous Brooks Range Mountains, This area is only accessible by our speciality PA-18 Supercub aircraft that lands on the remote tundra strips.

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Alaska Trophy Outfitters
PO Box 4135, Soldotna, Alaska 99669
Phone: (907) 252-7413

We hunt different areas and use different methods depending on the hunt desired. The two methods are boat hunts which are spot and stalk only or fly out hunts where we spot and stalk as well as bait. In the early spring we hunt the coastal areas from a 33 foot offshore boat and glass for bears and then take a skiff in for a stalk. These hunts are typically done in late April, May and the first part of June. You will be staying at the outfitters home or in a cabin during this hunt. You can do just the hunt or do a hunting/fishing combo. We fish for halibut and salmon at this time of year and it adds a little variety to the hunting trip.

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Alaska's Valhalla Guide Service
PO Box 39865, Ninilchik, Alaska 99639
Cell: (907) 252-4090

Limited spots available for Kodiaks fall brown bear hunt application period. These tags are available by drawing only. Blacktail deer may also be hunted during fall Kodiak brown bear hunts.

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Alaskan Perimeter Expeditions
P.O. Box 329, Ester, Alaska 99725
Phone 1: (907) 223-3226, Phone 2: (907) 456-4868

AT THE END OF THE ALASKA PENINSULA, between Cold Bay and False Pass, Alaska is my unique trophy brown bear camp, home to some of the world’s largest brown bear! BORDERING A WORLD FAMOUS NATIONAL PARK, this trophy moose and grizzly area, north of the Arctic Circle in the foothills of the Brooks Range, offers some of Alaska’s finest moose, grizzly and black bear hunting.

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Alaskan Wilderness Expeditions
Wasilla , Alaska 99687
Phone: (907) 355-5291

Robert P. Hardy and his entire staff offer quality hunts for a variety of Alaskan big-game: Grizzly Bear, Dall Sheep, Moose, Caribou, Mountain Goat, Black Bear, Wolf and Wolverine. Alaskan big-game hunting is Robert's specialty. But, whatever the experience you desire – whether it's hunting, fishing, bear-viewing, wildlife photography, backpacking, flight-seeing or simple vacationing – Robert can definitely provide the opportunity for you to have an enjoyable experience.

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Arctic Alaska Guide Service
P.O. Box 82204, Fairbanks, Alaska 99708
Phone: (907) 457-1240

For over 20 years we have provided sportsmen with some of the finest big game hunting and wilderness experiences Alaska has to offer. We specialize in fully guided hunts for trophy Dall Sheep, Grizzly Bear, Moose, Caribou and Wolf.

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Arctic North Guides
13 Alaska Peninsula Hwy, King Salmon, Alaska 99613
Phone: (907) 469-0581, Cell: (252) 714-4329

While our clients are diverse and seek to stalk a wide variety of wild game, there is no denying that stalking giant coastal brown bears offers the experience of a lifetime. We offer 10-day trips for trophy brown bears in the world famous Alaska Peninsula. Our Alaska hunts for these massive predators give our customers the opportunity to take aim at brown bears that are on average between 8 ½ to 9 feet, with some giants taken each year up to 10 ½ feet! This is the experience that makes Alaska world famous and a premier destination for hunters who take the sport seriously.

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Arrowhead Outfitters
5744 East Rutan Ave, Wasilla, Alaska 99654
Phone: (254) 217-5161

All of us at Arrowhead Outfitters invite you to join us for an exclusive, exhilarating, fun and affordable fly-out self-guided spring Black Bear or Brown Bear *hunts in the Matanuska Valley, Talkeetna Mountains and the surrounding area. Hunters will be flown by float plane from our Lodge in Wasilla, Alaska, to a remote hunting location of their choosing in the Matanuska Valley, Talkeetna Mountains and the surrounding area. Here, Black and Brown Bear are abundant. Get away from the crowds and fly-out with us to remote areas that are un-hunted/baited by others.

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Bearfoot Adventures
Bristol Bay, Alaska 99613
Phone: (907) 240-4868

Spring and Fall hunts available and we offer Interior Grizzlies, Brown & Black Bears. We do spot and stalk hunts as well as hunt over bait. We have taken two brown bears with skulls over 27 inches in the last few years. Many of our hunts are from comfortable cabins and can be combined with a black bear hunt in the spring.

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Black River Hunting Camps
7362 W Parks Hwy #381, Wasilla, Alaska 99654
Phone: (907) 414-9471

Grizzly Bears are abundant in the Talkeetna Mountains of interior Alaska. Glassing valleys rich with blueberries and migratory routes is a sure fire way to encounter these nomadic bears. We hunt joe4game unit 13, that is open to grizzly bear hunting year-round. However the best times for hunting are May, June, August and September when the bear’s hides are still at their prime. We do offer a late July hunt for those wishing to hunt bears on or near and active salmon stream. BRHC conducts its Brown Bear hunts on the eastern shores of Kodiak Island. The island known world wide for its trophy potential. A short 40 minutes flight will put you in the heart of brown bear country. Miles of jagged shoreline and alder-cloaked hillsides will beckon you from the float plane.

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Bob's Trophy Charters
3978 Homer Spit Road, Homer, Alaska 99603
Phone: (800) 770-6400

Highly successful, these spring black bear hunts are a great Alaskan experience for both bow hunters and riflemen. Gathering a group of friends or making this a family outing- either way, you are sure to have a memorable time for you and your group. At Bob’s Trophy Charters, as a small outfitter, we can cater to each group we take out hunting for that added personal attention.

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Bushwhack Alaska Guiding & Outfitting
250 Airstrip Way, Wiseman, Alaska 99790
Phone: (907) 388-8766

Black or Brown or Grizzly Bear (10 Day Hunts)* Combo hunts available for Moose, Black Bear, Caribou, Sheep, Wolf & Wolverine. Bushwhack Alaska Guiding & Outfitting is a full-service Alaska owned and operated outfit, with many quality hunts and other year-round Alaskan wilderness adventures to choose from. We pride ourselves in providing our clients with a customized experience that ensures satisfaction. All of our hunts are fair chase and in game rich areas.

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Clearwater Alaska Outfitters
HC 60 Box 3645, Delta Junction, Alaska 99737
Phone: (907) 803-3552, Cell: (907) 895-5427

This is a fully guided and outfitted hunt and includes all bush flying between Fairbanks and camp, camping gear and equipment needed for your hunt. You will have your own guide and camp with 10 full hunting days if you need it. Trophies will be delivered to the tanner/shipper at our expense. License and tags are available in camp. Trophy fees for Grizzly are included in the hunt cost. Black Bear & Wolf are additional animals and a trophy fee is due after animal is taken.

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Coastal Alaska Adventures
PO Box 20034, Douglas, Alaska 99824
Phone: (907) 723-3006

Now is your time to experience the world-class Alaska bear hunting standards that no other hunting outfitter can match. Our close-knit staff of fully licensed professional guides set the standard for knowledge, skill, effort and experience to help you bag your next trophy black bear. You don’t want to miss the World’s best trophy bear hunting location… Southeast Alaska.

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Deltana Outfitters
2140 Puella St, North Pole, Alaska 99705
Phone: (907) 750-4882

A Deltana Alaska guided brown or grizzly bear hunt is a thrilling and memorable experience for any trophy hunter. When the hunt is on, Deltana Outfitters, the premier Alaska hunt guide service, does it best! Alaska Big Game Hunting is what do, and ALL we do! With the finest areas, guides, accommodations and experience, Deltana Outfitters sets the bar for excellence for Alaska Guided Hunts.

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Glacier Guides
PO Box 66, Gustavus, Alaska 99826
Phone: (907) 321-2180

Brown and Black Bear hunting is identical even though it takes place in completely different areas. You will be hunting the Famous ABC Islands (Admiralty, Baranof, and Chicagof) for huge Brown Bears, and the protein-rich islands and coastal mainland for monster Island Black Bear. We have hunts available in both spring and fall every year. Our hunts take place from one of our vessels that serve as base camp. From there you access the hunting areas in smaller 16 -18 ft boats or “Skiffs.”

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Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge
P.O. Box 1743, Petersburg, Alaska 99833
Phone: (702) 301-9657

We offer excellent self-guided Alaskan Black bear hunting. Multiple bear sightings in the same area is not uncommon. We hunt bears only from the end of April to the end of May – when they are on the beach eating the salt grass. That way you’ll have the best possible opportunity to harvest an exceptional bear.

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Gus Lamoureux's Ugashik Lake And Kodiak Bear Camp
PO Box 90444, Anchorage, Alaska 99509
Phone: (907) 248-3230

Since the 1940s Kodiak Island has had the mystique of the Big Coastal Brown Bears to the point where they are simply called “Kodiaks”. Every year we conduct 3 spring and 2 fall Kodiak Island Brown Bear hunts. All of our hunts are conducted in the same manner, spot and stalk. This is why good optics are very important. Rain or shine we will go the distance with you in your search of that Kodiak Island Brown Bear of a lifetime. The terrain on the South end of Kodiak Island is fairly open with no evergreens and few deciduous trees. Large grassy openings sprinkled with willow and alder brush allow game to be spotted easily from a great distance. We own beautiful, beach-front, land with three permanent, wood heated cabins within our area of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, which we base our hunts out of and in most cases you return to every night. Meals are served family style and prepared by a competent cook, often with the addition of fresh seafood.

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Hunt Alaska Outfitters
513 Bonaparte Circle, Kodiak, Alaska 99615
Phone: (907) 654-7484

​Brown and Grizzly bears are classified as the same species even though there are notable differences between them. Kodiak Brown Bears are classified as a distinct subspecies from those on the mainland because they have been isolated from the other bears since the last ice age. Kodiak bears have almost an unlimited amount of Salmon to feed on. This not only makes these bears huge but gives Kodiak one of the highest concentration of Brown Bears in the World.

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Jim River Guide Service
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Phone: (605) 887-3561

Guided Alaska brown or black bear hunting is awesome. The Alaskan Brown Bear is the most coveted trophy on the North American continent. Sportsmen from around the world come to Alaska to hunt the biggest and most powerful of all bears, the Alaskan Brown or Black bear. When you see these bears walk across the Alaskan tundra you cannot help but be in awe. Just seeing them will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up. Hunting them provides great excitement and a trip you will never forget.

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Joey Klutsch's Aniakchak Guide Service
King Salmon, Alaska 99613
Phone: (907) 439-3030

The Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos) is the smaller inland cousin of the Brown Bear. The Grizzly’s in my area are mountain dwellers in the true sense. Most bears that we take are in the 6 ½ to 7 ½ foot range. Due to the lack of protein and very short growing season, these Grizzly Bears are not able to reach the massive size of the bears in southern parts of the state. These bears depend mainly on berries, roots, ground squirrels and the occasional dead caribou for food. They are plentiful yet can be challenging to hunt. Like the Brown Bear, they have an amazing sense of smell and surprisingly acute eye sight. An Arctic Grizzly is a truly beautiful animal that you will have to see to fully appreciate.

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Kelly Vrem's Rough & Ready Guide Service
PO Box 54, Sutton, Alaska 99674
Phone: (907) 745-8736

There are plenty of Grizzlies in our part of the Wrangells. They live and den here. They can be seen everywhere from the Chitina River all the way up with the Dall Sheep and Mountain Goats. Our hunters take about half of them out free roaming the others come from moose kills. The sizes range from 7’ up to an 8’10” whopper. The boars have been around the high sevens to low eights. Sow are smaller. We discourage the taking of sows for obvious reasons. The grizzlies in Alaska have many color phases, these bears are very dark and resemble brown bears with the large prominent snouts.

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Kodiak Bear Guides
6938 Stella Place, Anchorage, Alaska 99507
Phone: (907) 830-2770

Kodiak brown bear hunts take place in both the spring and fall and are conducted on Kodiak and Afognak Islands. Our hunting grounds are directly between the winter dens and summer feeding grounds for the bears, making for prime hunting in either season.

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Kodiak Outdoor Adventures
PO BOX 1961, Kodiak, Alaska 99615
Phone: (907) 486-3008

Kodiak Brown Bears speak for themselves. World renowned and extensively studied and managed, the Kodiak bear population is at an all time high. The annual sport harvest for the Island is approximately 200 bears, 75% of these being boars. Approximately 40% of the boars harvested have skulls measuring over 26 ½ inches with 20 % of these record book size, 28”, showing the health of the population.

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Kodiak Raspberry Island Remote Lodge
PO Box 888, Kodiak, Alaska 99615
Phone: (701) 526-1677

The Kodiak Brown Bear is the largest land based meat eater in the world. These magnificent animals grow so big because of the abundance of salmon that return to the Archipelago year after year; there is a tremendous amount of easily accessible food. Located in the middle of bear country we hunt the Raspberry Island/South West Afognak Island management area. Nonresidents of Alaska are required to hire a guide.

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LaRose Guide Service
P.o. Box 172, Girdwood, Alaska 99587
Phone: (907) 350-6841

Alaska Coastal Bear hunting is done in unit 9E on the Alaska Peninsula 85 miles below King Salmon. This is in the heart of bear country which begins around Lake Illiamna and ends at Cold Bay. 400 miles of bear country...I am in the center of it. We have the biggest bears in the world here along with Kodiak Island, about 150 miles away. We hunt bears from 8 to 10½ feet with 80-90% success over the years, and had 100% one spring season.

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Larsen Bay Lodge
PO Box 92, Larsen Bay, Alaska 99624
Phone: (800) 748-2238

No other name in Alaska invokes the mystery, adventure, and excitement more than Kodiak! The name stimulates the imagination and often sends shivers up one's spine. ...Kodiak Island is known worldwide for BIG salmon, BIG halibut, and BIG bears! As a matter of fact the Kodiak Bear is the largest bear in the world.

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Mileur's Guide Service
P.O. Box 2661, Palmer, Alaska 99645
Phone: (907) 745-1747

I will provide you with true fair chase guides to hunt Brown Bear and Sitka Black tail Deer (Kodiak Island) or Moose, Grizzly Bear, Wolf, Dall Sheep, Caribou (Alaska Range), or Mountain Goat on the dates provided. If they do not meet your schedule, we can arrange a hunt to fit your time and needs. My pleasure will be in guiding you on the most satisfying hunt of your life.

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Mountain Monarchs of Alaska
35555 Kenai Spur Hwy # 300, Soldotna, Alaska 99669
Phone: (855) 380-8430

A hunt with Mountain Monarchs is a once in a lifetime true Alaska wilderness experience. We will take you to the heart of Big Game Country, where you will stay in remote wilderness camps. We offer several different hunting experiences including Spring and Fall Brown Bear and Arctic Grizzly. There are often opportunities to fish and hunt other game as well.

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Ninilchik Charters
15750 Kingsley Rd, Ninilchik, Alaska 99639
Phone: (800) 973-4742

Considering planning your Alaska Bear Hunting trip this season? Our Alaska hunting boat is the absolute best way to hunt Black Bears in Alaska. On average, our clients see between 30-50 Black Bears during the duration of your 6 day Alaska Bear hunt. This allows ample amount of opportunities for our hunters to have a successful hunt. To better prepare your for your hunt with us, we’ve provided the logistics you need to know below.

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Paul Brand's Alaska Safari Unlimited
Homer, Alaska 99603
Phone: (907) 252-9091

Our vessel based Coastal Black Bear Hunt is by far our most popular for many reasons. First, our guide area boasts the highest concentration of black bears on earth. Hunters see an average of 30 to 60 black bears on a six day hunt. These bears are large as well as plentiful. Our average is between six feet eight inches to over seven feet. These hunts are as close to 100% success as they come. An added bonus to this amazing hunt is the fishing! Hunters have the opportunity to catch several species of fish including halibut. Alaska Safari Unlimited is now excited to offer Private Land Brown Bear hunts on the Alaskan Peninsula. These hunts will be ran in conjunction with Master Guide Bud Willard in this private area. Hunters have averaged 80 percent on bears averaging nine foot over the past eight years. Some bears even breaking the ten foot mark.

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Pioneer Outfitters
Chisana, Alaska 99586
Phone: (907) 734-0007

Pioneer Outfitters’ Spring Grizzly & Black Bear Hunts are something very special. With one of the only areas in Alaska that a Grizzly Bear may be harvested every year, instead of one every four years, it is a hunt of a lifetime indeed. Grizzly Bear hunting with Pioneer Outfitters is a sure way to experience the Last Frontier to its fullest. You will not require hip boots and a good set of binoculars along with patience is all that is required for even an inexperienced hunter with Pioneer Outfitters guides at your side.

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Ram Aviation
PO Box 1846, Kenai, Alaska 99611
Phone: (907) 252-7888

Few experiences in a hunter’s lifetime compare to an Alaska bear hunt or Alaska caribou hunt. Putting your skills to the test in the rugged and beautiful Alaskan wilderness is an exciting way to spend time away from your day-to-day life. However, bear hunting in Alaska carries with it many dangers; novice hunters must travel with more experienced guides in order to be safe. Both novice and experienced hunters should learn all they can about bears in Alaska before they venture out into the wild. One thing that makes Alaska such a prime-hunting locale is that all three species of North American bears flourish in the state. Alaska is bear country and you will find brown bears (including the infamous grizzly), black bears, or polar bears

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Red Bear Guides
4321 Zodiak Dr., Anchorage, Alaska 99507
Phone: (907) 301-8775

Red Bear Guides, owned and operated by licensed Master Guide Creig Butler, who has been guiding hunters in Alaska for many years. We provide guided hunts for Brown Bear, Grizzly Bear, Moose, Caribou, Black Bear. We take personal pride in having produced many memories for our many clients.

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Richmond's Alaskan Guide Service
P.O. Box 521278, Big Lake, Alaska 99652
Phone: (907) 715-6106

Join resident Alaska Master Guide Mike Richmond for trophy big game hunting in Alaska. We operate fully guided hunts in 3 areas of Alaska. We hunt for Brown/Grizzly Bear, Moose, Mountain Goat, Caribou, Black Bear, Wolf, and Wolverine. All of our hunts are guided by experienced professional resident guides.

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Southeast Alaska Guiding
8223 N Douglas Hwy, Juneau, Alaska 99801
Phone: (907) 209-2109

Our prime hunting areas include the entire west coast of Admiralty Island and the Coastal Mountain Range having the world’s densest population of brown bears. Brown bears taken square from 8 1/2 to upper nine feet. Depending on weather conditions and season, our overall success rate ranges from 80% to 100%. Look no further than Southeast Alaska Guiding for your next Alaska brown bear hunting trip. Southeast Alaska Guiding offers Alaska coastal black bear hunting for people who are looking for trophy sized black bears.

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Stephan Lake Lodge
P.O. Box 190406, Anchorage, Alaska 99519
Phone: (907) 733-2538

Nothing beats the adrenaline rush when bagging an Alaskan grizzly bear! Our hunt area has been designated by Alaska Fish & Game as a predator control area, which allows us to book your hunt year round. The bears we bring out average 8.5 to 9+ feet. We hunt these bruins while feeding on our King Salmon run or spot & stalk in the mountains. We will take you on a custom black bear hunt, making hunting Alaskan black bear an unforgettable experience. Spot & stalk in the mountains, boat/raft hunts, and bait hunts are available.

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Stoney River Lodge
Sleetmute, Alaska 99668
Phone: (907) 526-5211

A fair chase, spot & stalk hunt for the Alaskan Grizzly is typically a high point in most hunters "bucket list". For past 20+ years Stoney River Lodge hunters have consistently qualified for SCI record book and many for Boone & Crockett records. Current #1 all time Safari Club International grizzly was taken with our client April 2013.

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The Perrin's Rainy Pass Lodge
PO BOX 221267, Anchorage, Alaska 99522
Cell: (907) 230-6093, Lodge: (907) 733-2714

The Lodge is one of the few places in Alaska where you can hunt for six species of big game from one camp—Dall Sheep, Grizzly/Brown Bear, Black Bear, Moose, Caribou, and Wolf. We still rely on horses in most of our hunting camps. Most of the hunts conducted at Rainy Pass Lodge are for a combination of two or three species. There is truly no other place like it.

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Treasure Hunter Lodge
PO Box 388, Klawock, Alaska 99925
Phone: (907) 738-5000

The hunting opportunities for giant Sitka Blacktail Deer and Black Bear on Prince of Wales are THE BEST in Alaska for a variety of reasons. The lack of hunting pressure, the remoteness of the area, the prime habitat, the excellent genetics, the lack of winter kills and our expertise of putting you on a trophy deer all combine to make this the best Blacktail Deer hunting in the world.

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Triple C Outfitters Alaska
320 S Willow Ln, Wasilla, Alaska 99654
Phone: (907) 355-4470

We at Triple C Outfitters Alaska take great pride in our ability to outfit and guide our guest on Alaskan Big Game trophy hunts. Our guides and myself your host Clifford Smith, Registered Alaskan Guide, will assure your Alaskan hunting adventure will go smoothly, successful and comfortable. From start to finish we take every step to make sure all of the work in planning your Alaskan hunt is effortless for you; from air flights, gear, packing to trophy care. Below you will find full descriptions of all our guided Alaskan big game hunts. Just click on your hunt of interest and enjoy. Feel free to contact us with any question you may have and I will personally help in any manner you may need.

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Westwind Guide Service
PO Box 298490, Wasilla, Alaska 99629
Phone: (907) 373-2047

Our hunts for brown bear, grizzly and black bear are conducted in Western Alaska in Game Management Units 17 and 19. We are committed to providing top quality hunts with personal service to each client and only take 6-8 bear hunters per spring season, total, and 10-12 in the fall. Our clients are consistently harvesting brown / grizzly bears in the honest 8 ft to 9 ½ ft + range with skull sizes in the 24”- 28”+ range. Over the last decade our historical kill-success rate is 85-100% depend on the year.

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Wildman Hunting Lodge
2024 Stonegate Circle, Anchorage, Alaska 99515
Phone: (830) 522-4947

Gary "Butch" King - Master Guide, has been outfitting Alaska Brown Bear hunting trips on the Alaska Peninsula since 1971. Our clients have received the "First Place Brown Bear Award" in both 2010 and 2011. Butch King's hunting clients have put more Alaskan Brown Bear on the first page of the Safari Club International Record Book than those of any other outfitter in Alaska history. This may be why Safari Club International named Gary "Butch" King, its North American Professional Hunter of the Year.

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Willow Air Service
PO Box 42, Willow, Alaska 99688
Phone: (907) 495-6370

Guided Baited Brown Bear/Black Bear Hunts. We offer one-on-one brown bear hunts in unit 16. There are so many brown bears in unit 16 B that the limit has gone from 1 bear every 4 years to two bears a year to try to get the numbers down.

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