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Description

Master Guide has been delivering successful Trophy Brown Bear hunts on Kodiak Island for over two decades. You will be rewarded for hard days of hunting with spike camp and rustic cabin accommodations. 10 day 1:1 fully guided hunts with no surprise costs. Oct-Nov, availability. Hunting style is all spot and stalk method, and hunters should come prepared to spend long days on the spotting hill glassing for trophy animals. Good rain gear and optics are top priority on this hunt. Hunter will have the option to shoot a Sitka Blacktail buck with no trophy fee if nice buck is seen.


Details

  • Species: Brown Bear
  • Average Classification: 8 - 9
  • Shot Opportunity: 85
  • Weapon: Rifle
  • Hunt Catalog #: 8122-02
  • Tag Availability: Draw
Classification details:

8-9' with the possibility of 10'+ trophy class

Weapons description:

Shot opportunity with archery equipment is significantly less as closing the distance to inside 30 yards can be tough. Not impossible though.


Options

Non-hunter

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Options for a non-hunter to observe.

  • Non-hunter $3,000.00

  • Available Dates

    October 25, 2019 - November 30, 2021


    Pricing

    • Member Price: $23,500.00
    • Non-Member Price: $25,000.00

    50% deposit upon booking. *SPOTS AVAILABLE FOR 2022


    Group Options

    Options for a non-hunter.

    Location

    Kodiak, Alaska, United States of America


    Refund Policy:

    Deposit 80% refundable 1 year prior to hunt date. 40% refundable 6 months prior to hunt date. No refunds under 6 months of the hunt date.

    Description

    Master Guide has been delivering successful Trophy Brown Bear hunts on Kodiak Island for over 40 years. You will be rewarded for hard days of hunting with spike camp and rustic cabin accommodations. 10 day hunts with no surprise costs. Apply in December for Spring hunts, May for fall hunts. Hunter will be able to take a Sitka blacktail with no trophy fee if a nice buck is seen. Once hunters arrive in Alaska, they will be put up in a privately owned lodge, where they will be provided with a hot meal and shown to one of the multiple guest cabins to store personal items. All gear, fire rifles if necessary, and ensure all paperwork, licenses, tags, etc. will be organized before heading into the field to begin the hunt. Depending on weather conditions and arrival times, hunters may then depart directly to spike camp, or spend the night at the lodge.nSpike camps consist of high quality tents known as “Bomb Shelters” designed specifically for use in Alaska’s harsh weather conditions. These tents are equipped with cots, propane cookware/heaters, and plenty of food and fuel for the hunt. Hunters should bring their own sleeping bag and pad, synthetic sleeping bags are recommended. Rafts are available for use, and depending on the hunt location and weather conditions at the time of the hunt, as well as hunter preference, a float style hunt can be conducted. Backpack style hunts are also an option, depending on hunter preference and fitness level. Hunters should pack minimal gear and plan to carry all personal items, clothing, and hunting gear. Spike camps will be in place and attended before the hunters arrive at base camp. Hunters will be loaded into light aircraft and flown to the hunting location, which may be anywhere from a 15 minute to a one hour flight away. Any special needs or dietary considerations should be arranged with the outfitter prior to the hunt to ensure a comfortable camp experience. All guides will be equipped with a satellite telephone or comparable communication equipment, and assistance is always a phone call away. Once an animal is harvested, the guide will notify the camp staff to retrieve the animal as soon as possible. Safety is always this outfitters first priority, and inclement weather can cause delays in small aircraft flights, but the guides will be available for assistance with an aircraft standing by at all times during the hunt.


    HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)

    • Lodging & Accommodations: Wall Tent
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      Lodging & Accommodations Scale

      5 - Cabin/Lodge

      4 - Bunk House/Trailer

      3 - Wall Tent

      2 - Backpack Tent

      1 - Client Provided/Hotel

    You will be rewarded for hard days of hunting with spike camp and rustic cabin accommodations. Cabins are 2 people per unit and have electricity and propane heat. Bedding is included. Depending on weather conditions and arrival times, hunters may then depart directly to spike camp, or spend the night at the lodge. Spike camps consist of high quality tents known as “Bomb Shelters” designed specifically for use in Alaska’s harsh weather conditions. These tents are equipped with cots, propane cookware/heaters, and plenty of food and fuel for the hunt.

    • Menu & Food: Full Kitchen
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      Menu & Food Scale

      5 - 5 Star Catered

      4 - Full Kitchen

      3 - Field Kitchen

      2 - Backpack Food

      1 - Client Provided

    Homestyle cooking-meat and potatoes. Special accommodations can be arranged if notified. Packed lunches during the hunt.

    • Physical Conditions: Moderate Hiking
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      Physical Conditions Scale:

      5 - All Vehicle Access

      4 - Light Hiking

      3 - Moderate Hiking

      2 - Heavy Hiking

      1 - Extreme Back Country

    Hunter should be prepare for 3-4 miles of hiking per day. Outfitter can make accommodations for those are not in the best physical condition.


    Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

    Hunter will fly into Anchorage and then to Kodiak. Outfitter covers all costs from Kodiak to camp. Field transportation provided. Access some country with a boat and on foot.

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    Description

    This is primarily a spot and stalk hunt. You will need to be prepared to sit and hike. So a layering system is a must. Camps are accessed by boat or charter plane. These spike camps are used to access to the more remote edges of guided areas. Upon harvest, hunters return to the main lodge where accommodations include comfortable guest cabins. Hunter should expect snow and colder temperatures. Layering systems are recommended.


    What Outfitter Provides

    • Boat or Raft
    • Lodging
    • Snowshoes
    • Bedding

    What to Bring

    • Wind jacket & pants
    • Insulated hunting boots
    • Cold weather hunting gear-layering system recommended
    • Camp shoes
    • Sleeping bag & pad
    • Rifle or weapon of choice with 40 rounds of ammunition
    • Headlamp & extra batteries
    • Rain gear
    • Hunting hat & gloves
    • Thermal Base Layers

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