Just a little info regarding my experience with Cabot on my second brown bear hunt in Alaska:
My first conversation started when we were dropped off in a bay on the end of the Alaskan Peninsula and we started setting up our camp. It didn’t take long to notice Cabot was in full control of the situation. The hard work started that day and didn’t end for him until 16 days later. I was treated as a guest and my coffee was ready every morning. The meals were excellent and he was a well-spoken gentleman at all times, even when we had weather and wind problems.
The biggest point to make is how hard he worked. His day started at sun-up and ended after dark. The day we killed the bear, the day started at sun-up and ended at 3:00 am! He hauled about 150 lbs for 7 hours on tundra, hills and water. Breakfast was late the next morning because neither of us wanted to get out bed.
The worst that can happen if you go on a hunt with Cabot is you come home with a great experience!
Dave was guided by Cabot Pitts, under Henry Tiffany’s Alaskan Perimeter Expeditions.