Where We Hunt: Southwestern Alaska - Bristol Bay area in Dillingham, AK. Nearby villages are King Salmon, Togiak, and Bethel. Hunters fly into Anchorage and then on to Dillingham where we pick them up. We hunt in the Wood Tikchik State Park and Togiak Wildlife Refuge.
Types of Hunts: Brown Bear hunting in spring and fall. Spring hunts usually are conducted during April and May and the fall hunts are during September. While there are no guarantees in hunting. I can guarantee that I will give you a 100% effort to fulfill your Alaska adventure. We maintain a near 100% success rate through hard work, pride in our trophies and ethical practices. I am personally involved in all aspects of the hunt; with your satisfaction as my primary goal.
Hunting Lodge: Our hunts are high-quality, one-on-one and low volume which ensures you an Alaskan Hunting Adventure of a Lifetime! We maintain a near 100% success rate on all species - and Brian works very hard at 100% customer satisfaction. References upon request.
Where We Hunt: Alaskan Peninsula - Exclusive sole use permits in Trophy Designated Unit #9 in the heart of prime brown bear habitat. Most of our guests fly into Anchorage, AK.
Types of Hunts: Specializing and committed to only ONE Big Game Species - Trophy Alaskan Brown Bear Hunting. Strictly limited booking to 4 hunters per season with three independent camps. 15-Day highly productive and very discriminate trophy Bruin hunts. Alaska’s Extreme Hunting provides trophy brown bear hunting and excellent trophy bear success with rarely found comforts and amenities of the highest quality in the most remote settings. We are happy to provide referrals from all previous clients. Our clients say, “On a scale of 1 to 10, the cuisine, hot showers, staff and particularly the trophy bear hunting is off the charts!” and “This hunting venue, overall value and hunting experience is rarely found in Alaska among pro guides of this particular big game discipline.” and “They are among the very best compared to other professional outfitters of comparable size offering Alaskan Coastal Brown Bear.”
Hunting Lodge: We provide the best support gear available, from a tent environment in the very heart of Brown bear habitat. Hot showers, cots, satellite phones, excellent cuisine and quality service. If you are looking to experience Alaska's wilderness to its fullest while hunting for Giant trophy coastal brown bear's and possible record class opportunities for brownies, then this is an Professional outfitter worth looking at. Small, very efficient, and successful!! Fantastic Hunt & setting!
Tony Lee, Master Guide #105
Where We Hunt: Units 19 and 17 in Western Alaska and also Unit 13 north of Anchorage. Our remote hunting area in Western Alaska is huge, from the Bristol Bay shoreline up to the Kilbuck Mountains - about 15,000 miles to hunt!
Types of Hunts: We provide quality Spring and Fall Bear hunts, Moose hunts, Dall Sheep and Mountain Goat, and also Wolf hunting. Master Guide Tony Lee has been guiding and outfitting in Alaska for 35 years and started his business with one simple goal: Be one of the top outfitters in the state of Alaska. Tony and his staff of professional guides will do everything possible to insure you have a safe, rewarding and exhilarating hunt!
Tony says, "Our proven philosophy is to offer exceptional service at a fair price. We will gladly provide references of clients and encourage our prospective hunters to contact them. We make sure our hunters have all the details regarding travel, lodging, air taxi, trophy care, and anything else needed to make the hunt a fantastic experience - a true hunt of a lifetime!"
Hunting Lodge: Our remote camps are well equipped and have everything that you will need for a wilderness hunting trip. As part of our service, we will assist in making travel arrangements to and from the hunting areas.
Where We Hunt: Hunts usually take place in the Chugach Mountains, east of Anchorage and north of the Gulf of Alaska. This is rugged terrain and although we access our hunting area by float plane or jet boat, some hiking is usually required. This is Unit 13D. The views are breathtaking.
Types of Hunts: Brown Bear, Grizzly, Dall Sheep, Mountain Goat, Moose and combination hunts. Scott McRae, owner and guide, offers a unique service in that he is a full-time resident and also personally guides most hunts. He has over 25 years experience and has a deep passion for big game hunting in Alaska. He is an archery hunter, so he knows how to get you in close for trophy shot. Hunts are typically 1:1 ratio but hunting with a friend can be arranged. Plan 8-10 days for your hunt, with some extra time for bad weather. As a father of 3, safety is also a top priority for Scott. Your safety, enjoyment and success is the main goal.
Hunting Lodge: Wilderness tent camp with comfortable accommodations and tasty meals.
Professional guide and outfitter Don Willis, owner of Alaska\\\\\\\'s Extreme Hunting, has been providing excellent hunting trips in Alaska for years and the question always comes up: Why does hunting in Alaska cost so much? Don guides for Trophy Alaskan Brown Bear and wants the prospective hunter to understand a few simple facts about Alaska hunting, and also, why the expense is WORTH IT for a quality hunt.
Don writes, \\\\\\\"One must first consider the incredible sheer size of the state of Alaska, comprised of over 587,000 square miles, twice the size of Texas and then to access and travel to the best trophy big game destination area\\\\\\\'s which are typically located in the state\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s most remote area\\\\\\\'s spread across Alaska can be expensive. Travel expenses alone to and from your home to Alaska are expensive and It is common for your travel costs associated to access your hunting areas to exceed your initial cost to Alaska.
\\\\\\\"Road systems cover only a very small percentage of the total state. 90% of these big game hunts are accessed by plane only and costs associated with transportation by bush plane are very expensive. For a professional guide in Alaska to provide the air - support, accommodations, staff, support gear, and food to these wilderness areas cost are very profound, not to mention costs associated with permitting, insurance and when the top outfitters holds a exclusive private land use permit as well, the costs are simply mind-boggling.
\\\\\\\"Also understand that the cost of living in Alaska generally is higher than the lower continuous 48 states. So in short, when considering hunting in Alaska, it will be an experience like no other hunting destination you have experienced, however in most cases, so will the cost\\\\\\\'s associated to hunt the incredible state of Alaska.\\\\\\\"
So if you hold a dream of hunting a one of North America\\\\\\\'s fiercest animals, the Alaska Brown Bear, that is a dream that can come true! Be prepared and knowledgeable about the expenses, and take advantage of reputable professionals that know the game, the terrain, the government policies, and most importantly, how to put you ON THE BEAR!