Kodiak Brown Bear Hunting Outfitter
Kodiak Guide Service, Hunt The Legend
Kodiak Guide Service invites you to
come experience the thrill, challenge and adventure
of an Alaskan Kodiak bear hunt. We are based
primarily from Kodiak, Alaska offer spring brown bear hunting and fall brown bear hunting. We have knowledge of the Kodiak brown bear movement both spring and fall brown bear hunting on this island, Kizhuyak Bay unit 1 and Kiliuda Bay unit 4. Kodiak is the emerald isle off
the southwestern coast of Alaska's mainland is home
to an estimated 3,000 the legendary Kodiak brown bears.
While brown bear hunting this area of spectacular scenic beauty you will see that it is thriving with
other big game hunting. Big game will include mountain goats hunting,
blacktail deer hunting and sea ducks hunts.
Guide Michael Horstman has been a Kodiak outfitter guiding hunts on this challenging Isle of Alaska and in Idaho for over 30 years plus. Kodiak Brown bear hunting
is passion and he has been pursuing these magnificent
creatures since the early 1980’s when he first
came to Alaska.
Kodiak Bear Hunt October 2016
The "hunt of a lifetime" pretty much sums up the experience my son and I had on Kodiak with Mike Horstman and his guide associates. I had drawn a Kodiak brown bear hunting tag this year and my son wanted to hunt dear. As a 25 year Alaskan resident I had never before had such an opportunity for this type of combo hunt. The chance to brown bear hunt under the guidance of an Alaskan Master Guide such as Mike was also new to me. Let me just say that the brown bear hunting and sitka deer hunting was spectacular. The game sighted and the multiple stalks all contributed to a lifetime of memories. Mike and his team are true professionals. Their combined knowledge and experience of the terrain, habitat, and game behavior are priceless. Mike's affable humor (not to mention his culinary skills) always made the evening social hour something to look forward to after a day's hunt. My son and I thought it was worth the price of admission alone! The cabins are dry, safe and warm. The food is excellent and most of all the hunting experience is second to none. I would encourage Alaskan resident hunters who are considering Kodiak for brown bear and/or sitka deer hunting to give Mike and his crew a look see. You will not regret it!
When contacting Kodiak Guide Service please be patient.
Most of Kodiak Island is remote and our access to cell phone service or email can be very limited. We will get back to you and answer any questions regarding our spring brown bear hunting or fall brown bear hunting as soon as possible.
Kodiak Guide Service
success rate is 85% and you can count on 100% effort.
Kodiak brown bears harvested typically average between 8.5
and 9.5 feet, with some hitting the magic 10 ft. mark.
Michael has taken record book kodiak bears in the last
two decades. Spring and fall kodiak brown bear hunting is available
by draw. Contact him today at firstname.lastname@example.org
and be prepared to pursue the monarch of the brown bears, the kodiak! It’s the
adventure of a lifetime.