|Alaska Guided Black Bear Hunt
7 day hunt (2 travel days, 5 days hunting)
SEASON: Mid May to mid September
During this hunt you’ll stay at our main lodge having all the comforts of home with our staff at the lodge
will take care the duration of your hunt. Stay at our cabins, enjoy hot showers, home cooked meals, and
professional guides at your side.
This hunt works in the same fashion as the remote camp hunt in and will be conducted with the
exception that one of our guides will be at your side even at the bait site. At our lodge you are given all
inclusive accommodations from arrival to departure.
Day One: Arrive at the lodge complete your paperwork, get settled in the lodging facility, Q&A with
myself and guides and a tour of our area and its workings.
Day two: Breakfast at 7a.m. Relax do some fishing, read a book. Mid afternoon lunch or bag lunch if
you are off on an activity. Visit bait sites (You may accompany the guide or packers if the situation
deems that you may) 4-5p.m.
Dinner is served and then leave for your bait site for your hunt with snack bags and drinks to have in
your stand. Hunt till almost dark (enough light to make it back to lodge; remember, it doesn’t really get
dark at this time of the year Usual return time is Midnight 1AM).
Day Three thru Five: (Repeat of Day Two)
Day Six: Prepare for your departure back to Anchorage, finalize paperwork, packing while our staff
prepares your trophies for departure with you. Float planes usually arrive mid day.
Included in your hunt:
*All Meals & Accommodations (At Lodge) *Bait sites & stand *Guide*Transportation to camp *Field
trophy care; skinning, capping, fleshing for departure back to Anchorage
Not Included: *License and tags *Float plane to camp and return to Anchorage (Regal Air) Lake Hood
float plane base Anchorage Flights to and from your home state. * Taxidermy and shipping of trophy
back to Anchorage (Float plane service charges by the pound estimate of .50 per pound.