Alaskan Peninsula hunts are held in our guide-exclusive concession in the Katmai Preserve and surrounding areas. The Sugarloaf area of the Katmai Preserve covers roughly 220 square miles of prime brown bear feeding and denning habitat. The Katmai Park and Preserve is known for its high concentration of brown bears. Our concession borders the Katmai State Park on the southern boundary and the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary is due east of our easterly boundary. The large numbers of salmon that rear and spawn in our concession each fall are a critical food source that results in the excessively high numbers of brown bears that call our area home. With a limited amount of tags per year, we focus on trophy-sized boars in the 9½ to 10 foot plus range, with record book potential. Our land and animal stewardship result in some of the best brown bear hunting opportunities that one can expect. The highest tent based accommodations, catered with great meals and phenomenal experienced guides make this hunt enjoyable for any hardcore hunter in search of the hunt of a lifetime. Being located in Unit 9 the Alaskan Peninsula, our seasons run the spring of even years (2024, 2026) and falls of odd years (2023, 2025).
10 Day Fall Brown Bear Hunt
- October 1st – October 21st
10 Day Spring Brown Bear Hunt
- May 10th – May 31st
Alaska Fish and Game Licenses, Tags and Other Fees:
|Licenses||U.S. Non-Resident||Non-U.S. Resident (Foreign)|
|Brown Bear Tag||$1000.00||$1300.00|
- Non-Hunter Companion: $650.00 per day, plus air flights
- Alaska Professional Hunters Association – Contribution Fee: $200.00
- National Park Service Associated Fees
Fall Alaskan Peninsula Brown Bear
October 7 - October 21, 2025
A fall brown bear hunt with camps strategically located around lakes and streams, focusing on bears fishing on the large sockeye and silver salmon runs within these water systems. 2021(very limited spots), 2023, 2025 (spots available).