Kodiak brown bear hunt

Hunt a Kodiak brown bear with Mike Horstman

Kodiak Brown Bear hunt with a Master Guide Mike Horstman is an experience of a lifetime! 

KODIAK ISLAND is  big bear country, and we have taken record book Kodiak brown bears from this area for the last 30 years. If you have your sights set on a trophy KODIAK BROWN BEAR, your chances are excellent. We average 90% SUCCESS and 100% EFFORT. Hunting Kodiak brown bears is a unique privilege. Because of the worldwide importance of Kodiak brown bears and the restrictive regulations governing Kodiak brown bear hunts, it is important that you have a Master guide.

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A Kodiak bear hunt overview:

Traditionally, Kodiak Natives (Alutiiqs) hunted Kodiak brown bears for food, clothing and tools. Kodiak brown bear heads were usually left in the field as a sign of respect to the spirit of the Kodiak bears.

Today hunters harvest about 180 Kodiak brown bears each year under tightly controlled regulations. Hunters who are not residents of Alaska must hire a professional guide. Over 70% of the Kodiak brown bears killed by hunters are males. Alaska brown bear hunting on Kodiak is a dream of big game hunters worldwide. Kodiak Guide Service specialises in Kodiak brown bear hunts and Alaska big game hunting adventures.

Kodiak Brown Bear hunt with a Master Guide Mike Horstman is an experience of a lifetime! Mike Horstman has exclusive guide use areas. These areas have the largest brown bear population on Kodiak Island. Check Mike Horstman out on The History Channel’s “The Hunt” and “Mountain Men”. Mike is featured on several seasons.

Mike Horstman distinguishes himself as an ethical, responsible and an experienced Kodiak bear guide with the most effective means of hunting a Kodiak brown bear. He knows where and how to hunt Kodiak brown bears and his record of success at Kodiak bear hunts shows it.

Michael Horstman has over 40 years of professional experience as Alaskan hunting guide and his track records proof it. Although Michael Horstman guides hunters for many Alaskan species, he specialises in Kodiak brown bear hunts.

Kodiak Guide Service phone: 907-942-7738
E-mail: mike@kodiakguideservice.com

Kodiak Guide Service will contact you as soon as possible. No inquiry will go unanswered if you provide us with your contact information. Please understand that we might be out on a hunt and it may take time to respond.

The current price for Kodiak brown bear hunt is $25000.00

15 DAYS OF HUNTING.

YOUR HUNT WILL INCLUDE TRANSPORTATION FROM KODIAK AIRPORTS TO AND FROM THE CAMP. ALL LODGING, MEALS, GUIDES, MEAT AND TROPHY CARE TO THE AIRPORT. FIREARMS, BACKPACKS AND SLEEPING BAGS CAN ALSO BE PROVIDED.


NOT INCLUDED: HUNTING LICENSE AND TAG FEES, COST OF NON-HUNTING COMPANION, FLIGHT TO AND FROM KODIAK ISLAND

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Kodiak bear general information

Kodiak bears live exclusively on the islands in the Kodiak Archipelago and have been isolated from other bears for about 12,000 years. There are about 3,500 Kodiak bears. Kodiak bear is the largest bears in the world. Kodiak bears become sexually mature at age 5 and can continue to produce cubs throughout their lives. The average interval between litters is about four years. Kodiak bears begin entering their dens in late October. Kodiak brown bear is active during the day, but when faced with competition for food or space, they adopt a more nocturnal life style.
Kodiak bears do not defend territories, but they do have traditional areas that they use each year. Because of the rich variety of foods available on Kodiak, bears here have some of the smallest home ranges of any brown bear population. Kodiak bears are serially monogamous, having one partner at a time, staying together for a couple days or a couple weeks.