COASTAL BROWN BEAR HUNTS

SPRING BEAR HUNT

Starting at $18,500.00

The spring bear hunt in Unit 17 is one of the most exciting and spectacular hunts in the State.  You will ride on snowmobile through pristine mountains and frozen lakes, while getting the opportunity at massive coastal Brown Bears as they break out of their winter dens.  This hunt is truly a spot and stalk hunters dream. With limitless visibly in the spring due to no vegetation, hunters are exposed to thousands of square miles of the best glassing anywhere.  Weather you have never seen snow, or you grew up in the North this hunt offers every hunter incredible odds and an exciting hunt for huge Alaska Coastal Brown Bears.  Trophy Bears in this area average from 8 1/2' to 9 1/2' square.  Give us call and we will walk you through just how awesome of a hunt this will be for you.  

FALL BEAR HUNT

Starting at $18,500.00

The Bristol Bay has the largest Salmon returns in the State.  The tributaries of the Bristol Bay is where we hunt for massive Salmon fed Coastal Brown Bears.  Your Fall Brown Bear hunt will be in one of the highest bear densities on earth.  The State has defined unit 17 as a 2 bear area because of such healthy populations, (Yes you can have the opportunity at 2 bears in the same hunt).  The Fall Hunt also gives hunters the opportunity for a Moose Bear combo hunt during the overlap in seasons.  Call us and bend our ear on anything hunting related, we truly love to hear from hunters.

TRAVEL INFO

Hunters will book flights to Dillingham Alaska (DLG) from any major hub,  the preferred airline is Alaska Airlines.  It is recommended flights are booked to arrive one day before the hunt.  All bush flights to and from the field are included in the hunt.

RECOMMENDED

GEAR LIST

  • Rifle (30 cal or larger for Bear) (25 cal or larger for Moose)

  • Ammo – 20 rounds min

  • Binoculars ( 8 or 10 power)

  • Scope cover

  • Boots (waterproof-Leather or Gore tex)

  • Hip boots or chest waders (Gore tex)

  • Bug Dope

  • Day Pack

  • Dry bag for clothes “sealine”

  • Gloves

  • Hat (warm beanie)

  • Head Lamp

  • Wool Socks

  • Long Johns top and bottoms (wool preferred)

  • Flexible pants (kuiu, Sitka, cabelas)

  • Rain gear that is 100% water proof (Cabelas, Sitka, Kuiu, or army Surplus Gore tex)

  • Sleeping Bag (-10F degree bag or warmer)

  • Sun Screen

  • Water Bottle

  • Camera (iphone)

  • Knife & or multi tool

  • Extra batteries

  • Packing Tips:

  • Put socks and underwear in individual zip locks

  • A couple medium or small bags are better for packing in the plane and access to different types

  • of gear

  • Keep bag under #60

CONTACT

We love hearing from hunters.  If you have any questions about hunting in Alaska please don't hesitate to drop us a line.

 

sundayairtaxi@gmail.com

Tel: 1-907-843-2002

Alaska, United States

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