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Black Bear & Deer Lease Hunts - Sitka, Alaska

Length of Lease Other
Lease Price $6,000
# Guests Allowed /
Guests per Gun
0/ 0
Number of Hunters 20 hunters are permitted for this lease.
Lease Size 17000000000000 acers
Primary Game Whitetail Deer
County Alaska
Closest City Sitka, AL 99835 (0 miles away)
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Your Sitka Alaska hunting trip starts here... You will experience the best that Alaska offers with our professional hunts and fishing packages...we start your adventure in Sitka, Alaska. It's here where you will find some of the greatest hunting and fishing adventures that will leave an impression on you to remember for a lifetime In the Sitka area, on nearby Admiralty Island, the grizzly bear population is so big that there is one bear per square mile. The remoteness of the island emphasizes the stunning natural environment. Just south of town is Mount Edgecumbe, a dormant volcano, which towers over the sea at 3,200 fee t. Peak 5390 is the highest peak on the island at 5,390 feet. The mountains are home to plenty of streams and rivers if you want to kayak or fish. The weather in Sitka is moderate. The town gets an average rainfall of 86 inches and 39 inches of snowfall. The temperature ranges from 62 degrees Fahrenheit in August to 30 degrees Fahrenheit in January. Sitka is surrounded by the 17 million acre, Tongass National Forest - the largest national forest in the United States. Tongass National Forest stretches from the ocean to the Canadian border. There are tons of huts and cabins to visit in the National Forest. The area is home to salmon, bald eagles, moose, black bear, and grizzly bears in a variety of eco-systems. The prime time for hunting deer and goat is September to November. The hunting season for bear is spring and fall, but spring is the best. Be sure to check the current Alaska Hunting Regulations before planning your trip. If you're in stunning Sitka to fish, the summer months are a great time to take a charter fishing trip or to visit a fishing lodge in search of salmon, trout, or halibut. This Outfitter is a lifelong resident of Sitka Alaska. His roots are deep seated in the outdoors - commercial fishing - trapping & hunting back four generations. So if you want to hunt for Sitka black bear, Sitka black tailed deer or fish in one of the greatest regions of the world, Sitka!'ve got to call them today! The black bear of Kuiu Island are some of the largest in North America. A good percentage of them make Boone and Crockett. We average 7 foot squared which is very large for a black bear, they make for an exciting and challenging hunt. All hunts are fair chase, spot and stalk. HUNTING SITKA BLACK TAIL DEER ODOCOILEUS HEMIONUS SITKENSIS We hunt these rain forest dwellers during the peak of the November rut. Calling with a blade of grass is the method we use. It's not uncommon to call 6 bucks in a day. Southeast Alaska is famous for their red-horned bucks. They've been transplanted to many islands such as Kodiak, although their origin is Sitka, Alaska. All hunts are fair chase, spot and stalk. SITKA WOLF Canis lupus Wolves are abundant on Kuiu Island and may be easily added to your hunt. The wolf is one of the world's most fascinating and well-studied animals. Alaskans are fortunate to have an estimated 7,700-11,200 wolf are in Alaska. Wolves have never been threatened or endangered in Alaska, and inhabit all of their traditional range except within the largest cities. Gray or black wolves are most common, and the relative abundance of each color phase varies over time and from place to place. Most adult male wolves in Alaska weigh from 85 to 115 pounds (38.6-52.3 kg), but they occasionally reach 145 pounds (65.3 kg). Females average 5 to 10 pounds (2-5 kg) lighter than males and rarely weigh more than 110 pounds (50 kg). Wolves reach adult size by about 1 year of age, and the largest wolves occur where prey is abundant year round. All hunts are fair chase, spot and stalk. Hunting deposit requirement is 1/2 down of full price and the balance 90 days before the trip begins. Due to the short season, cancellations will not be refunded unless we are able to book new clients into the time slots that were cancelled. Hunting Pricing 10 Day Trophy Brown Bear Hunt $15500 An Alaskan Brown Bear Permit is $ 500 7 Day Trophy Black Bear Hunt $ 5000 An Alaskan Black Bear Permit is $ 225 7 Day Trophy Goat Hunt $7000 7 Day Wolf $35 WHAT TO BRING Suggested Clothing list for FISHING: Southeast Alaska has a mild climate and more rain than most of Alaska. Temps range between 50-70 degrees. Being on the water can be cool, dress in layers, you may add or remove clothing when needed. Please bring 1 piece of luggage, when you depart you will check your boxes of fish as luggage. Sea sick medications (if needed) Sunscreen Light weight raingear tops, bottoms and hat Rubber boots approx. 12" high Waders if you are planning to fish the streams Light weight polypropylene or calipee underwear 2 Long Sleeve Shirts 2 T-Shirts Comfortable sweats for the boat A pair of tennis shoes or comfort shoes for the boat Sweater or Fleece top Medium jacket like poly fleece Freshwater poles fly or spin Spincast fisherman use pixies, blue fox, mepps red, orange, green Fly fisherman 8 weight rods Stream fishing expect fish weighing 1-12# Suggested Equipment & Gear List for Brown & Black Bear Hunts: Rifle - 338 magnum or larger for Browns - 375 being the most popular - 300 magnum & larger for Black Bear Scopes: low power & good light gathering ability 1.5 x 5 / 1 x 4 Ammo: bring 2 boxes bullet preference penetration-expansion-holds together well Swift Aframe Nosler Trophy Bonded Barnsx Gun Case: protection from salt water - A compact CLEANING KIT Optics: a good pair of Binoculars with good light-gathering capabilities 7 x 42 / 8 x 42 Pack: a small day pack for your personals Boots: Hip boots ankle fit with airbob soles for the spring & chest waders for the fall Clothing: warm layers of clothing are best wool or fleece & polypropylene socks should be wool or polypropylene & sockliners such as Thermax. Each hunter should have 3 complete sets. Jackets: and pants that shed rain, quiet & dry out quickly when wet fleece, MT050 or wool laminated with waterproof liners (dry-plus or goretex). Cabalas is a good source for this type of clothing. Gloves: 2 pair of wool gloves & I will have icing gloves for you on board the Profit Rain Gear: good quality raingear is a must, we recommend Helly Hansen Medications: advise us of any medical problems & bring spare medications Headlamp & small hand flashlight