Guided Trophy Bear Hunt

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Renfro’s Alaskan Adventures offers some of the finest bear hunting in Alaska – and unlike other areas/outfitters in Alaska where if you are successful in harvesting a brown bear (at a considerably higher cost than Renfro’s) you’ll have to wait 4 years to harvest your next bear, whereas at Renfro’s you can harvest a bear in the spring and another in the fall of the same year. Add to that the incredible black and grizzly bear hunting, wilderness environment and other species available and you have the makeup for one of the finest bear hunting areas anywhere.

Our guided brown bear hunts are conducted in the Kilbuck Mountains East of Bethel and range southeast to the Bearing Sea. The hunts are fully guided 10 day 1×1 hunts and include a cook tent and sleeping tents. To allow for the best possible hunting, our camps are all mobile in nature – we fly you into your own campsite at the beginning of the hunt.

The hunts can be physically demanding at times, so hunters should plan on walking around 3 – 5 miles a day. The most common method of fall hunting is spot and stalk; however hunters who are not physically capable of walking long distances should plan to hunt primarily on one of our numerous salmon streams. Spring hunt are spot and stalk. Camps range in elevation from 500-2000 feet and are often located on ridge tops and stream banks. Good optics are a necessity on this hunt.

In our ongoing efforts to manage our bear population we only take 1 brown bear per drainage per year to insure good hunting in future seasons. The bears color phase’s range from dark chocolate brown to blond, with the most common color being light on the back and dark legs.

If you’re knowledge about Alaska bear hunting does not include Renfro’s Alaskan Adventures and the area we hunt; we’d love for you to give us a call and allow us to show you what a true Alaskan bear hunt is all about.