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Experience brown bear hunting that is renown for having the most trophy bears per capita than anywhere else in the world.
You owe it to yourself to experience Alaska's luxury yacht based trophy brown bear hunts!
All-inclusive yacht based brown bear hunts are an outstanding option for hunters who want an all-in-one luxury hunting solution. Now is your time to experience the world class brown bear hunting standards that no other Alaska 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 brown bear. You don’t want to miss the worlds best trophy black brown hunting location… Southeast Alaska.
Hunt the area with the highest density of brown bears in the world
Located in the heart of SE Alaska coastal inside passage, Admiralty Island maintains the most brown bears per square mile of anywhere in the world. A successful hunt is based on opportunity, and more bears equals more opportunity. We work hard to find only the best trophies for our clients, with most bears averaging in the 8’6” to 9’6” range.
Not only will we work to give you an opportunity to harvest a trophy brown bear, but all of our hunts are sold as an adventure. You will be immersed in the natural beauty and awe of SE Alaska’s stunning scenery. It is not uncommon to see whales, eagles, seals, sea lions and a host of other animals. All trips include fishing if available, and we due our best to provide fresh Alaska crab and shrimp harvested during your trip.
Our hunts are all yacht based, providing you with not only first class accommodations, but the best possible means of access to the remote shorelines of all of our hunting areas. We cater not only to the hunter, but non-hunting companions are welcome as well. Our first class accommodations make this the perfect adventure for the husband and wife.
In the spring, primarily in the month of May, the brown bears begin to emerge from their dens, when they do the first thing they want to due after 9 months of sleeping is eat. Southeast Alaska is covered by dense rainforest, in the spring the first thing to turn green is the beach grass located along the coast line. As the bears come out of their dens they head straight to the beach to consume the fresh buds.
This allows us to know exactly where the bears are headed when they come out of hibernation. We will anchor the yacht in an area where we know bears frequent, and where there is plenty of grassy shorelines. Once anchored we will use smaller skiffs, typically 16-18 foot aluminum runabouts, to cruise the miles of endless shoreline. Once we spot a respectable bear we will put the boat ashore and make a stalk. If the bear is a trophy, we will then due what we can to harvest the bear.
This method of hunting is highly successful, and typically allows us to see many bears on a 10 day hunt. We usually run at about an 80% success rate for shot opportunity on all of our bears.
In mid summer the salmon start to run into the streams. Southeast Alaska has literally thousands of salmon streams and millions of salmon return to spawn each year. When these fish enter the streams it is like a buffet line for the bears. Brown bears will use these streams from August until late September, feasting on the high protein salmon in preparation for denning up for the winter.
This again allows us to know where the bears are, again concentrated over a dominant food source. In the fall, we will anchor the yacht somewhere near a multitude of productive salmon streams. We will then use the small boats to access the shore, and will hike up the streams in search of large trophy bears. Typically we will trip over many small bears and sows on the way to the best fishing holes, which the largest bears lay claim to. It is a very interactive hunt, and not one for the faint of heart. Close encounters with bears of all size are not uncommon. A typical shot opportunity on a fall hunt is at about 40 yards!
Either style hunt can be very productive and successful. Spring hunts are usually less physical and can be enjoyed by hunters of almost any ability, while hunting in the fall you will need to be ready to spend long days in hip waders on slippery rocks and fording streams. Fall is much more physically demanding, but can be highly rewarding and a full adventure!
Luxury Accommodations on board our multi-million dollar yacht.
Luxury Alaskan Expedition Yacht Tailored To You!
For guests who demand the ultimate in exclusivity, You won’t find a better Alaska Hunting experience.
- Four Private Staterooms with in suite bath and shower
- Full Galley with chef
Top notch electronics
Washer and Dryer
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