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“For a firearm I chose my 416 Rigby with open sites and asked
Preston if we could be close when we shot our bear. Little did I know we would
top a bank on a river and find my bear closing the distance fast and at 25 yards.
I only had time to raise up and fire. The next day I chose an option to go wolf
hunting and my guide was able to call in a trio of wolves. This was no accidental
sighting but amazing we were able to purposefully go out wolf hunting and
promptly bag a wolf. Allen and I had time to enjoy some fishing and relax after a
great hunt.” – Ralph D.
“Directly below our outlook were an unbelievable number of
bear trails. If ever there was a likely bear area, this was it. Three drainages came
together below our lookout providing an enormous area to glass. As we neared
the river the bear sign was everywhere. Many of the tracks were no doubt made
by the kind of bear we were looking for. As we sat on our vantage point a bear
of my dreams came into view, an enormous, beautifully furred chocolate boar.
At 30 yards the boar was broadside as I came to full draw. I was on autopilot.
The only thing I was conscious of was holding the pin where I knew the arrow
needed to strike and sending it on its way. My guide Luc gave me 110% effort
and obviously enjoys hunting brown bears. Based on the number of mature bear
seen, my opinion is the area has a high number of quality bears. The bear camp,
equipment, and food were excellent and all aspects were well covered, both before
and during the hunt by the outfitter.” – Robert H.
“First of all, thank you again for one of the best hunts ever. I
just don’t know how it could have been better - great facilities, equipment, food,
location, transportation, guides, trophies and, as I mentioned, great pre-hunt
instruction. – Hugh Jacks, Director GSCO/OVIS
“If someone wants a coastal brown bear, this is the spot.” – Nick B.
“I saw more bears the first morning of my hunt than I did on my
entire previous two Brown bear hunts combined.” – Bryce T.
Our brown bear areas and camps on the Peninsula are producing some fabulous trophies for us. Here our hunters have the opportunity for a world record bear.
- The tremendous bear density is the highest I know of and provides ample opportunities for our hunters. Our Peninsula bear
camps are consistently producing some of the largest trophy brown bears harvested in Alaska each year.
- Getting there: Most flights are direct from Anchorage to camp in a Cessna Caravan. There are also times where it may
be possible for hunters to overnight at Stonewood Lodge when passing through Lake Clark. Wives also are welcome to
accompany their spouse to Alaska and stay at Stonewood Lodge during the duration of the hunt.
- We manage our concessions for the best trophy quality and overall population.
- Spring Seasons are May 10th - 25th of even years and Fall Seasons are October 1st - 21st of odd years.
- We provide a safe, comfortable, and highly successful trophy hunt.
- Meals are done off of a menu and can be tailored to your desires and needs.
- It is an option to combine fall bear hunting with fishing from our lodge in Lake Clark or on the Peninsula. Wolf hunting,
ptarmigan, and water fowl hunting is also available at the Peninsula camps.
- Each hunt has aircraft, boat, or argo support. Check-ins are also done by radio or satellite phone.
- We use the most up to date and proven equipment, gear, and supplies.
- Each hunter receives detailed information in the months prior to their hunt.
I am committed to providing our hunters with not only success but an organized
and enjoyable experience. Every detail and aspect of our hunts are overseen,
with careful consideration given to each hunter. I look forward to our
future hunts and spending time grilling and talking around the fire!