Your unguided caribou hunt in Alaska begins when you touch down in Kotzebue after your flight from Anchorage. Before nightfall, you’ll have your camp set up in one of the most remote areas of the world: the arctic tundra.
We begin our drop off caribou hunt season the end of August and run through the end of September. With these hunt dates the caribou have already begun (or finished) shedding their velvet, their antlers are hard and the migration is working its way through our utilized drop zones. Read More
The Alaskan moose hunt is the largest of the deer family. An adult male can be nearly 7 foot tall at the shoulder and tip the scales at 1600 pounds or more. That’s about 600-700 pounds of meat after you’ve dressed it out.
And their antlers are the biggest in the deer family as well. A typical set of moose antlers is close to 5 feet from tip to tip, with true trophy sizes into the 6 foot range. Instead of the thin tines of most deer, the moose antler has a distinctive “hand and fingers” shape. As with most deer, the male is the only one with antlers, the largest belonging to mature males aged 10-12. Read More
The grizzly bear is the same species of bear as the brown bear, but the name grizzly is taken from it’s “grizzled” fur – gray hairs mixed into the brown. They’ve also been called “silvertip bears.”
Above the Arctic Circle where we hunt the Grizzly’s – an adult male Alaska grizzly bear can get up to 1500 pounds and stand 8-10 feet tall. They are considerably smaller than the brown bear that are hunted in lower Alaska, but still provide that “fear factor” when you see one in the field and remain a sought after trophy for many of our hunters. Read More
The brown bear and the grizzly bear are considered to be the same bear by scientists and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
An adult male Alaska brown bear can get up to 1500 pounds and stand 8-12 feet tall. The Alaska brown bear hunting license is good for either type of bear. This Alaska Brown Bear to the left was taken in the Spring season ou of Cold Bay, AK and was measured out at approximately 11’2″ – imagine the adrenaline rush you have when you meet up with this guy in the willows!! Read More