Our Kodiak Brown bear hunt areas are: DB103 (Fall draw permits) and DB133 (Spring draw permits) in Ugak Bay or Kiliuda Bay. Clients may take one bear every four regulatory years by permit. Also, clients may upgrade to Sitka Black-tailed deer during fall hunts.
Are you allowed to hunt Kodiak bears?
To hunt Kodiak brown bears you need a valid Alaska hunting license, a Big Game Tag Record, a brown bear locking tag, and a registration and/or drawing permit for the area you plan to hunt. … We strongly urge non-residents to make arrangements with a qualified big game guide prior to applying for any Kodiak bear hunts.
Where can you hunt brown bears?
With the future of grizzly hunts in the Lower 48 still uncertain, the only two areas in North America that offer brown bear hunting are Alaska and Yukon. Russia is the prime alternative for an American who is looking for affordable bear hunting opportunities.
How much does Mike Horstman charge for a bear hunt?
When it comes to bear hunting, Mike has basically reached celebrity status. As a result, going on a guided hunt with him isn’t a cheap activity. According to Kodiak Guide Service, “A 10 day Kodiak bear hunt with Horstman costs $20,000. Horstman’s week-long Alaskan mountain goat hunt costs $8,500.”
Will a 30/30 Kill a Kodiak bear?
If you are going to hunt brown bear on the Alaska Peninsula or Kodiak Island, a . 30-06 loaded with 200- or 220-grain Nosler® or similar premium bullet will do the job with good shot placement. Only consider using a . … 30-06.
How much does it cost to hunt a Kodiak bear?
Rate: $25,000. Fully guided (1X1), 10-day hunt, 2-travel days.
How much does an Alaskan brown bear hunt cost?
Rates: $20,000 per person, 7-days, fully guided (1X1). $18,000 per person, 7-days, based on two hunters, (2X1) guide service.