All of this outfitter's brown bear hunts are one-on-one hunts. The bear population in this area of southeast Alaska is very strong, with trophy averages of 8-10'. The success ratio is 90%.
Spring hunts in May involve glassing grass flats and exposed snow slides. Bears are feeding on new vegetation, winter killed moose and goat, and various roots. Females are coming into heat ,and males spend much time seeking them out. Spring hunts are this outfitter's personal favorite because of long daylight hours and mild weather.
Fall hunts in September and October involve hunting the salmon streams from tree stands or ground blinds during the peak of the salmon runs. Bears move in and out of the bordering brush while feeding on fish. Shots are usually at close range, and there is very good opportunity for bowhunters.