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Grizzly bear hunts in Alaska and British Columbia

B.C. Outfitter offers grizzly at introductory price

Hunt Alaska's Wrangells and the Nutzotin Mountains

Combo hunt offers grizzly with caribou

One of our long-time Alaska outfitters offers an early September hunt for grizzly and barren ground caribou. This area has produced a 75% success rate on grizzlies averaging eight feet and also yields some of the biggest caribou bulls in Alaska. The hunt takes place about 80 miles north of Tok, an area that is home to the beautiful Toklat grizzly as well as the 40 Mile Herd of caribou. Unlike the Mulchatna River herd, the caribou in this area are doing well, expanding every year lately, and it produces some whopper bulls. This hunt is $10,800, including the air charter from Tok, but does not include a $200 flight between Tok and Fairbanks on your return trip. You can bring a hunting partner wishing to hunt caribou only for an additional $5,000. Ask about Hunt GB4408.

Outfitter producing top-end SCI bears has one 2007 opening, April 23-May 2

Mountain tundra grizzly hunt out of Dillingham

Alaska grizzly hunt offers two bears

One of our outfitters operates in units 20E and 20D, which are special predator control areas where a hunter can shoot two bears per person. "I call this a Super Cub fly-in and backpack," he said. "Hunters meet me in Fairbanks. Usually hunters in shape have a very good success rate. The bears average about seven feet. I take only one bear hunter at time, and I don't want to take more than two or three hunters a year. This is a high quality, low-cost hunt. We hunt from mid-May through the first 10 days of June and could go earlier if necessary. The second week of May is okay. The best time is the last 10 days of May because moose and caribou are dropping their calves. Some of the areas I hunt close May 31. Part of the problem is we're allowed three guide use areas every year, and I have to change guide use areas, and that takes 30 days. I use six different bush pilots. We'll drive to Delta or Tok, or we can go out of Fairbanks. I do my level best to walk as little as possible, but you never know; The hunter might have to do a little hiking. One of the strips is at 4,000 feet above sea level, but you hunt down on the bears from there. In June they would probably be on the river bars. Bears move around a lot. Primarily you know they'll follow the moose and caribou calves. Other than they can be anywhere. There is a wide variation of colors -- all the way from blond to black" Call for the 2012 price. Hunt GB4956.

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