You will travel to Homer via Anchorage and then be transported to the hunt area, by means of the vessel you will stay aboard.
Hunting license and tags may be purchased in Homer and there are a number of hotels available for accommodation should your hunt schedule require it.
Our black bear hunts take place in the outer coastal areas of the Kenai Peninsula. This area has many deep reaching bays which provide a great deal of coastline to be hunted. Accessing these areas via boat allows us the mobility we need to hunt new country each day if needed.
During the spring season, many of the black bears are found in the low lying tidal flats and south facing hillsides where the first spring forage appears. Thus usually being fairly easy to spot and relatively easy to access to put on a stalk.
You will be staying aboard a 43’ delta and shuttled to shore via a powered zodiac raft.
All hunts are conducted 2 on 1 unless the whole boat has been booked for the purpose of ensuring 1 on 1 guided service.
On our fully guided hunts, bait stations can be utilized to ensure a greater chance of successfully securing your trophy bear.
The long days of May and early June allow a more leisurely approach to the hunt and provide some opportunity for saltwater fishing for pacific halibut and rock fish.
A minimum of 2 hunters are required for a booking unless other arrangements are made.
2 on 1 – 7day hunt $6,500 per hunter. Special rates are available for booking the whole boat. Contact us for details.
There will be a per hunter fuel surcharge if fuel prices remain high. Ask at time of booking.
Hunt includes accommodations and food during the course of your hunt. Fishing gear. Field dressing of game on guided hunts. First 20lbs of fish processing (vac packing)
Not included: any accommodations or meals while in town before or after the hunt, licenses, tags, or gratuities for guides/pilots/crew.