Alaska has big trophy Black Bears! Our hunts are conducted on remote rivers, creeks, lakes, and coastal tidal flats in Southwest Alaska. We are permitted to hunt tens of thousands of acres of prime wilderness habitat for Black Bears on State, Federal, and private land permitted concessions. The Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game estimates there are more than 100,000 Black Bears in Alaska. Black Bear range along the coast to alpine areas. In the Spring, Black Bears forage on freshly sprouted vegetation, include a variety of grasses which are their main food source. Bears readily scavenge on winter-kill animals and are also effective predators of newborn moose calves. As Summer progresses, feeding shifts to salmon. Late Summer-Fall, the primary diet is berries, especially blue berries, and ants, grubs, other insects round their diet. During the Spring hunt, we glass bears from comfortable tent base camps on ridges and do short backpack hunts or raft float hunts on rivers, creeks, lakes and coastal tidal flats until we take a big trophy Black Bear on a spot-and-stalk. In the Fall, the Black Bears leave their prolific salmon spawning streams and start feeding on the berries along the hillsides during the daytime. We have been very successful in both Spring and Fall hunts. We combine Black Bear hunts with other species including Brown/Grizzly Bear and Alaska-Yukon Moose hunts where the hunt seasons coincide. Wolves can be taken as incidental trophy with no trophy fee.
$10,000 per person. Fully guided (1X1), 5-day hunts, 2-travel days.
$8,500 per person, based on two or more hunters (2X1), 5-day hunts, 2-travel days.
Hunter Preservation Fund Contribution: $200.
Fall bear hunts: August 15 - September 3.
Spring bear hunts: June 7 - 24.
Professional guide service (1X1 or 2x1), accommodations (Arctic Oven tents), all meals and drinks, use of equipment, infield transportation (inflatable boats), and trophy field preparation.
What to bring: See Planner tab, suggested gear list. Reminder, leave rifle hard case and travel clothes bag with air transporter. Packing: recommend hunters pack personal gear in multiple small waterproof bags for easy transport on small air charter bush planes.
Arrival/departure point is Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska, where you will be met at the airport. Clients are responsible for commercial airline travel to/from Anchorage and air charter service to/from base camp. We suggest you arrive 2-3 days prior to your hunt commencing, to purchase Alaska hunting license, Black bear locking tag, harvest tickets, any additional hunting gear or personal items you may need. We assist clients in coordinating air charter service to/from base camp. Air charter service fees are for passenger seat, 100 pounds of gear, rifle/case, and trophy during return flight. Air charter fees are determined by type of float plane/aircraft (Cessna 206 or DeHavilland Beaver) and length of flight. Air charter flights have passenger and weight restrictions. You may not hunt on the same-day-airborne. For after the hunt and departure schedule, recommend 1-2 days in Anchorage for taxidermy trophy care or expediting trophy from Alaska to taxidermist of your choice. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your airline travel.
Alaska Hunting License, Game Locking Tags, and Harvest Tickets:
Purchase Alaska hunting license, game locking tags, and harvest tickets (no fee) online at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) website or purchase upon arrival in Anchorage. For Nonresident clients: Alaska hunting license: $160 (U.S. Nonresident), Black Bear tag: $450, Sport Fishing license (7-day): $70, and Wolf tag: no fee. For Nonresident Aliens clients: Alaska hunting license: $630; Black Bear tags: $600; and Sport Fishing license (7-day): $70; and Wolf tag: no fee. Harvest tickets are required for each specie (no fees for permits).
Hunt does not include:
Before and after hunt expenses, commercial airfare, air charter, hotels/meals, Alaska hunting license, game locking tags, shipping trophy/meat, taxidermy service, and gratuity.
Travel Insurance. We highly recommend all our clients purchase travel insurance with trip cancellation, as well as a Global Rescue Membership for medical advisory and evacuation. For guidance on these travel protection services and to enroll, contact Justin Walker at Global Rescue at phone: 1-435-680-2566 or 1-617-210-8110 or via email: Jwalker@globalrescue.com or email@example.com or visit https://globalrescue.com/mikeodinsalaskaadventures/ or you should use another reputable provider.
Conditions. Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC hunts are conducted on a fair chase basis in accordance with the State of Alaska Hunting regulations and Guiding regulations. All clients are required to sign a Guide-Outfitter Contract within 90 days after we receive your initial deposit, or before services are provided. Agreement provides specifics of your hunt as required by Alaska state law. For further clarification, we have posted our Payment and Cancellation Policy on our website. A State of Alaska Guide/Outfitter Hunt Record will be completed and signed by all our clients prior to the start of each hunt. Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC requires all clients and guests to review and sign a Participation Release Form prior to start of activities. This agreement includes a release of liability, waiver of claims, assumption of risk, and loss payment. Also, we request clients and guests to complete our Guest Information Form to identify an emergency contact and to notify us of any medical situations or special medications that you may be taking that could be helpful in case of an emergency.
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