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Hunt grizzly and caribou in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

This hunt takes place in the famed Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, where the outfitter boasts a hunt er success rate of virtually 100 percent.

"There's always a chance of bad weather ruining a hunt or spraining an ankle," he said, "but when things go normally, my hunters take bears that average seven and a half feet, and we've taken them up to eight foot seven. That was a Boone and Crockett bear, but don't expect one that big because he was the biggest one I've ever seen in the area.

"We typically shoot the first mature bear we see, and we don't shoot anything but mature bears. A typical mature male will square about eight feet, and a typical mature female will square about seven feet."

You'll fly into a base camp but may spike camp from backpack tents.

The outfitter is one of a few licensed to operate in the refuge. His area is on the north slope of the Brooks Range and spreads to the Arctic Ocean. This area is also home to the Porcupine Herd of barren ground caribou. You can take a caribou at an extra fee.

Hunt GB4913

Hunt, hunter:guide ratio Price
10 days 1x1 $11,500
Hunter success Trophy size
Over 90%. The outfitter is limited to four hunters per year and usually fills up. Average 7 1/2 foot square. Mature males average 8 foot square. Mature females average 7 foot square.
Licenses Lodging/meals
Over the counter tags. Click here for the latest price. Tent camp, expect to spike out of backpack tents and to eat backpack meals.
Charter flight Area
Extra $1,000 A concession on the north slope of the Brooks Range in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Season Notes
Spring hunts are 10 days starting April 20 or 7 days starting May 1 or 8. Fall hunts are seven days for bear or 10 days for combo hunts with moose or caribou. This hunt is for the hunter who enjoys hunting from a primitive camp far from civilization and without the comforts found in a large base camp.