Alaska

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You will experience the finest in Big Game Hunting and Sport Fishing that Alaska has to offer. From Alaska’s majestic rain forests to the mighty Yukon River Valley, our years of experience ensures an Alaskan adventure of a lifetime.

We are dedicated to the Alaska bound adventure traveller and have successfully guided our clients to the most productive big game rich areas of the state. Our company offers unparallelled personal service and we dedicate our business to the success and enjoyment of your big game or sport fishing trip. Currently, hunts are conducted in three geographically different locations, the Alaska Range, the Yukon River Valley and the Tongass National Forest.

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In the Alaska Range the focus is on Dall Sheep, Moose, Interior Grizzly, Caribou, Wolf. This area in the heart of the majestic Alaska Range features broad valleys, sprawling glaciers and abundant game populations that offer quality trophies in an unspoiled wilderness setting.

The Tongass National Forest is one of the most game rich areas in the world, hosting large populations of Brown Bears, Black Bears, and the Mountain Goat. This coastal wilderness of old growth Sitka Spruce in the forelands gives way to the Glacier strewn valleys of the Brabazon Mountains, then rises up toward the majestic St. Elias Range. This mystical wilderness is home to a rare color phase of the Black Bear known as the Glacier Bear only to be found in this area.

Our third area of operation is in the Yukon River Valley. This particular area is one of the most remote wilderness areas left on earth. The zone we hunt is one of the largest Black Bear concessions in the world. This wetland is ideal habitat for Black Bear and hosts the largest population of Black Bear found in North America. The cinnamon color phase is quite abundant in this area also, so along with the large number of Black Bear, this allows for a bag limit of three bears per hunter. A good population of Interior Grizzlies also hold claim to this remote wilderness area.