Brent (left) with Chris Hornak (Past President Pittsburgh Chapter SCI)
Huge Coastal Brown Bears
Wolf and Wolverine
In May 2004 my 14 Hunters took 14 bears in 12 days.
In October 2005 my 14 Hunters took 12 bears.
In May 2006 my 14 Bear Hunters took 14 bears.
In October 2007 my 14 bear hunters took 10 bears.
In May 2008 my 14 Bear Hunters took 12 bears.
In October 2009 my 12 bear hunters took 9 bears.
In May 2010 my 14 Bear Hunters took 12 bears.
In October 2011 my 10 Bear Hunters took 7 bears.
In May 2012 my 14 bear Hunters took 9 bears.
In October 2013 my 6 bear hunters took 4 bears.
In May 2014 my 12 bear hunters took 11 bears.
In October 2015 my 12 hunters took 4 bears.
In May 2016 my 16 hunters took 9 bears.
In October 2017 my 12 hunters took 6 bears.
In May 2018 my 12 hunters took 5 bears over 10', 3 over 9' and one 7'3".
If you are looking for the best chance to take a giant Brown Bear, the Alaska Peninsula is the
place to hunt.
Our exclusive bear hunting area is approximately 550 square miles in size, over 352,000 acres.
The area includes over 100 miles of coastline on the Pacific coast, across from Kodiak Island, 19 salmon streams, and the Dog Salmon River, on which our lodge is located.
The area supports an excellent bear population, with one of the highest cub survival rates
anywhere in Alaska. This is due from harvesting a high percentage of large boars. Large boars
kill and eat many cubs (53% statewide), before they reach 3 years old.
The area is so large that we utilize up to 12 spike camp locations to put you within walking
distance of the best hunting areas. These spike camps are accessed by super cub or riverboat,
and are located near good vantage points, where you will be able to glass valleys, streams and hillsides.
How to Get There
Fly directly from your home to Anchorage on the airlines of your choice. Here you will spend
the night and the next morning fly to King Salmon on Peninsula Airlines and continue on to Pilot Point, on Grant Airlines. You will be met at Pilot Point, and flown to our Dog Salmon River Lodge by chartering our designated flying service. You are responsible for this charter cost from
Pilot Point to the Lodge, which is $600.00 roundtrip.
The point of outfitting is when you arrive at the Lodge.
(We have a spring bear season on the even numbered years, 2020, 2022)
May 10-19th & May 10-25th 10 & 15 day bear hunts
· October 7-16, 2019 10 day Fall Brown Bear hunts
· October 7-21, 2019 15 day Fall Brown Bear hunts
· Wolves can be taken on all hunts at no charge, limit is 10 per day
Wolverine may be taken for only the additional tag fee, on fall hunts.
(We have a fall bear season on the odd numbered years, 2019, 2021)
Bow Hunting for Brown Bears
Chuck Adams was my first bow hunter, who I personally guided in 1989 to the largest bodied
Brown Bear (1400#) ever taken by a bow hunter. Since then our bow hunting clients have taken
36 fall bears with a bow, on the Alaska Peninsula. Four of these bow hunts were filmed and are available on our videos. Many of these bears have made the top 20 in P&Y. In May of 2014 I had a bowhunter take a spring bear.
I only take 5 bow hunters for bear each fall season, and we only have a fall season on the odd numbered years.
Member of: NRA, APHA, SCI, FNAWS, B&C Club
Click here for:
Weather At Camp
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game Home Page
Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game Hunt Alaska (Hunting Page)
Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game Brown Bear Page
Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game Bear Hunting in Alaska
USFWS Map of Area
USGS Topo Map of Area
Brent Jones – Master Guide/Outfitter
c/o AAA Alaskan Outfitters, Inc.
P.O. Box 1473
Emporia, KS 66801-1473
Phone: (907) 570-1493
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