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Alaska Cook Inlet


Premium Alaskan Outfitter 

At Our Premium Alaskan Outfitter, outfitting is their full time business and their only business. They are a small family run business. We invite you to come and join us for the ultimate Fair chase hunt Alaskan style.

We are an honest and hard-working outfit that will do everything we can to help you get your trophy of a lifetime.  Hunting in Alaska is quite different from hunting in the lower 48 states.  There are many factors that affect your hunt in the wilderness of Alaska.  Hopefully this letter will give you the information you need to understand what you will encounter and what you can expect, so your hunt can be planned and enjoyed.  And most of all, successful! 

Our Premium Alaskan Outfitteris owned and operated by a licensed Master Guide, who has been guiding hunters in Alaska for many years. We provide guided hunts for Brown Bear, Grizzly Bear, Moose, Caribou, and Black Bear. We take personal pride in having produced many memories for our many clients.  

Our Registered Master Guide and his assistants will be helping you in the logistics of your trip as well as guiding you in the field. 

We have a variety of hunts and trips to accommodate the hard core backpack hunter as well as the client who prefers the more gentleman type hunts. 

Mobility is the key element to our success. We make use of boats and airplanes to give you the best opportunity for having a successful trip.  We provide fully guided hunts, tent/bomb shelter camps, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and taxidermy preparation of the hides.  The specific trip you choose will help us to determine whether you will be hunting out of a camp, tent, a lodge, by boats or, on foot. Whichever trip you choose, we will provide you with a knowledgeable guide, good food and warm shelter in a productive game area. 

New for this year is our exclusive peninsula brown bear hunting area that provides us with both coastal and interior areas to hunt. Our hunts are primarily for Brown Bear, Grizzly Bear, Moose, Caribou, and Black Bear. 

Though we have large areas to hunt, we hunt in small groups. There are generally one guide and one hunter in the field at one time. This allows for us to be more personally involved in your hunt. 

We try to take trophy animals out of our areas to insure the future of our hunting stock of quality game. Example: Brown Bear 9'- 10' Male, Grizzly Bear 7'- 9' Male, Moose 58"- 70" 

All hunting is done in accordance with both State and Federal Fish and Wildlife regulations. Any violations of these regulations will be reported to fish and wildlife departments.

Rates:

Moose 1X1 $20,000

Moose 2x1 $18,500

Coastal Brown Bear 1X1 $15,000

Coastal Brown Bear 2X1 $12,500

Peninsula Brown Bear 1X1 $25,000

Black Bear $6,500

Caribou $8,500

Combination hunts:

Moose, Coastal Brown Bear, Black Bear 1X1 $28,000

Moose, Coastal Brown Bear, Black Bear 2X1 $25,500

Add-On Animals:

Second Coastal Brown Bear $5,000

Second and Third Black Bear (Each) $1,500

Wolverine $1,500

Wolf $1,500

Cost of hunting licenses and tags are not included with above prices

Licenses/Tags/Permits:

Alaska Dept. of fish and game 907-465-2376 w.admin.adfg.state.ak.us  

Services Provided:

  • Fully Guided Hunt
  • Tent/Bomb Shelter Camp
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Taxidermy preparation of hides (Skinning, Fleshing and Salting)

Fishing trips can be scheduled for $500/day with a 5 day minimum. Peninsula Brown Bear hunt prices are based on one hunter with one guide or assistant guide, 2X1 hunt prices are based on two hunters with one guide or assistant guide.  Ask about a price quote for 1X1 hunts.  Above prices do not include meals, lodging or airfare to and from base camp prior to arriving or after departing to the remote bush camp.

Cost of hunting licenses and tags is not included with above prices but is available online at w.admin.adfg.state.ak.us or by calling (907) 465-2376

Deposit: 

A 50% deposit of the total hunt price(including observer fee, if any) is required to reserve your space for the hunt dates. To confirm your hunt dates, the final payment must be made no later than 60 days prior to the start date of the hunt. Deposits and payments can be made by personal check, cashier's check, money order, or bank draft. Once the deposit has been paid, quarterly or monthly payments may be arranged.

Cancellation:

The deposit is non-refundable. If you do not arrive in base camp as scheduled, any refund will be at the sole discretion of the outfitter.

Weather: 

Weather is one of the biggest factors affecting your hunt in Alaska.Unfortunately, we cannot control it, but we can hekp you work with it. It is highly suggested that when you plan your flightd to and from Anchorage and the designated villages and base camp, you make reservations one or two days before and after your hunt dates. Due to weather conditions, it is possible that planes will not be able to land of depart from the base camp or villages, as scheduled. Trip insurance is also suggested in case of cancellation due to unforseen circumstances man made or caused by nature.

Air Travel:

It is your responsibility to make and pay for your airline reservations from your home to the base camp and return. Keep in mind the possibility of being “weathered in” when reserving flights. . Due to weather or weight restrictions, you and your trophy may not be able to fly out of the base camp at the same time. Be sure to check with the various airlines for gun regulations. Also, check on airline policies, fees and instructions for shipping antlers or hides as baggage.  
 

Trophy/Meat Shipment:

After the hunt, in the designated village, you should be able to purchase wet-lock boxes or plastic garbage can containers. Although it is your responsibility to pay for shipping of your antlers/hides and meat, we will assist you with arranging the transportation from the base camp to Anchorage. Once in Anchorage, if you do not want to or cannot take your trophy home on the airplane, there are expediting businesses available to prepare and crate your hide/antlers for shipment to your home or taxidermist, . There are several meat processors in Anchorage, some of which will pick up the meat at the airport, process it, and ship it to your home. If you choose not to take the meat home with you, it can be given to the guides or donated to the local food bank.   


Terrain:

The wilderness terrain can include boggy marsh, streams, hills, steep, Rocky Mountains, and alder patches. Because of the terrain and possible weather conditions (rain, wind, cold, snow) you should be in very good to excellent health. You will be walking at least 3 miles a day, uphill.  

 
Physical/Mental Capabilites:

You will have better success and a more enjoyable hunt if you are in good physical and mental condition. It is strongly recommended that you start an exercise program to build your stamina and muscles in preparation for your hunt in Alaska. Include in your exercise program, climbing 3-4 flights of stairs, 10 times a day wearing your back pack. Be sure to notify us of any medical conditions and/or medications that we need to be aware of, i.e., allergies, heart/lung disease, diabetes, back, and hip or foot problems. At any time, at their discretion, our Guides reserves the right to terminate the hunt for anyone determined to be unsafe to themselves or others. Should a termination occur, any refund will be at the sole discretion of our Outfitter. 

Responsibilites/Costs:

Our Outfitter will provide a fully equipped base camp with a knowledgeable guide/assistant guide, 3 meals a day, bomb shelter, tents, cots, pads, boats, fishing gear, etc. Preparation of and assistance in making arrangements to ship your trophy out of the base camp will be provided, You will be responsible for the cost of travel, meals, and lodging prior to arrival and after departure from the base camp. It will be your responsibility to purchase any required licenses, tags, or permits prior to the start of the hunt. It is strongly suggested that you bring at least $1000 cash for services, not covered by our Outfitter, such as lodging, meals, souvenirs, and gratuities. Some places in these small villages do not accept credit cards or checks.  
 

Observers:

Observers, such as spouse, photographer, non-hunter, are welcome to join you on the hunt. There is an observer fee of $6,000.00, for which a 50% deposit is also required.  
 
LICENSES/TAGS/PERMITS: www.admin.adfg.state.ak.us   
907-465-2376  
907-465-2376 

Airlines: 

Alaska Airlines............................................800-225-2752  
www.alaskaair.com   
Penair.........................................................800-448-4226  
www.penair.com   
Bay Air.......................................................(907) 842-2570  
email: bayair@nushtel.net   

Meat Shops (Anchorage)

Indian Valley Meats..................................(907) 653-7511 www.indianvalleymeats.com   
Alaska Sausage & Seafood.......................(907) 562-3636 www.alaskasausage.com   
Tenth & M Seafoods..................................(907) 272-3474 www.10thandmseafoods.com   
Glenn's Wild Game Processing.................(907) 337-1278 www.glennswildgame.com   

Expediting Hides/Antlers Knight's

Taxidermy Inc.................................(907) 344-5501 www.knightstaxidermy.com 

 

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