10-Day Fall Spot & Stalk Grizzly/Brown Fall Combo Hunt

that starts on August 15th until September 18th.
Costs from $16,500.00 to $18,500.00.

10-day Alaska hunt & Stalk Grizzly hunt in the interior of Alaska. Hunt is conducted in the high-country blueberry patches. We are pursuing bears that are in the process of hyperphagia (which is when bears must eat large amounts of food before going into hibernation). Client typically sees between 1 to 5 bears during the hunt. The average bear harvested is between 7 and 8.6ft. This area has a lot of color phase bears, we have seen and harvested Grizzly that were Brown, Reddish Brown, Black, Blonde, White and Toklat.

What to Expect

Clients will fly into Anchorage from their home airport. Where they will be picked up by an A-Team representative or a shuttle van service that typically will take them to an Airbnb in Willow where they will spend the night. The following morning, they will fly out of willow and begin the hunt. Since clients cannot hunt the day they fly they will spend the first day setting up camp glassing for bears, and making a game plan for the next day.

Clients can expect to hike between 1-4 miles per day. Some of our less mobile clients may choose to hunt out of the basecamp (we have killed many bears within 1000 yards of the tent.) Others may wish to backpack around and explore the tens of miles of mountain drainages that make up the hunting area. During this trip we typically hunt the blueberry patches up high in the alpine country. This hunt can be very optics intensive with alot of glassing. Once the bear is harvested, it is our top priority to preserve and prepare the bear for leaving the field, we turn and salt the hide in camp drying it out to keep it fresh and ready for tanning services to begin. Once hunt is over, client will be brought back into town (willow) and hauled back to Anchorage, we recommend to all clients they use "Arctic Wolf Tannery" in Anchorage, they do over 90% of my customers work, and my own personal hides as well. They make our customers a top priority and get my clients work done much faster than the average wait times. They will tan the hide, clean the skull and custom crate and ship the bear to your home or taxidermist of choice.

Gear & Equipment

Here is the list of items you are definitely going to need:

  • 5000 cubic in backpack
  • waterproof hiking boots at least 10- 12in high
  • skinning knife (we recommend havalon)
  • headlamp (With spare batteries)
  • half dozen pares of Morino wool socks
  • at least 3 base layer tops and bottoms
  • at least 3 pairs of hunting pants
  • at least 3 tops
  • down jacket
  • wool base layer gloves
  • mechanics gloves
  • waterproof gloves
  • Gaiters (we recommend Kenetrek or Outdoor research)
  • Thermacell -Wool Beanie
  • Sunglasses
  • Water filter
  • 32oz water bottle

Weapon Details

We HIGHLY recommend a minimum of a 300 Win Mag for these Grizzly Bears. Bring at least 20-30 rounds of ammo. We will preach to you about the use of bonded bullets! Use only premium ammo such as Swift A-Frames, Federal Trophy Bonded Bear Claw, Nosler Partition, Hornady GMX & DGS, etc We also will take out archery hunters for Grizzly, We tell hunters that if they are comfortable and accurate shooting a bow at 60 yards a shot opportunity is possible but it is highly recommended the client also brings a rifle or is willing to burrow one from us to use if needed. (Note: We do not allow mechanical Broadheads in camp, and the bow must be at least 60# draw)

Handgun hunters need at least a 44 Magnum, and they must be using bonded bullets as well.

Muzzleloader Hunters need a rifle that is at least .50 Caliber in size

Pricing Details

$18,500 per person with a 1x1 (1 guide, 1 hunter) guided hunt or $16,500 per person for a 2x1 guided hunt (1 guide, 2 hunters).

Trophy Fees: Grizzly - $9,500 Black Bear - $3,500 (per bear, 3 total allowed) Wolf - FREE Wolverine - FREE


10x10 or 12x12 base camp tents and cots provided. 2 person backpacking tents if the hunter chooses to spike out.

Physical Requirements

Hunter should be able to walk up to 4 miles per day in moderate terrain. Hunter should be able to carry a 40lbs pack. (Many of our clients are 60+ years old with moderate physical limitations. Despite this, we typically never have a problem getting them on animals. We go at the pace of the hunter.)

Permit & Tag Application Process

Over the counter (Guaranteed tags) Annual hunting License ($160) Grizzly ($1,000) Black Bear ($450) Wolf ($60) Wolverine ($350)

Terms & Conditions

If booking for the CURRENT calendar year: 50% non-refundable deposit, the remaining 50% is due 120 days before the hunt start date.

If NOT in the current calendar year: 25% Non-Refundable deposit. The second 25% is due 1 year from the hunt start date. The final 50% is due 120 days before the hunt start date.


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Nearest Airport
Anchorage International Airport (ANC)
Season Dates
From August to September
Bear, Brown Bear, Grizzly
Accommodate Disabled Clients?
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