Kodiak Island is a rugged, mountainous place, with miles of rocky shoreline. Over 3,500 Kodiak brown bears live on the island.
Kodiak Brown Bear Hunting in Alaska
Brown bear hunting is done during the Spring and Fall. In the Fall, nice Black Tail Deer are available with Goat, Sea Ducks, and fishing with time permitting. I have two guide areas in Kodiak which are north on the island. We hunt State and Native lands with permits for hunting.
My Areas, like most of the island, have a good population of bears. Kodiak’s Fish & Game Department does a good job regulating all the game. Normally we take under 9′ or over 9′ with many 10′ Bears from time to time. The best I’ve done was a 10’6″ and 10’9″ in just six days.
OUR HUNTS ON KODIAK ISLAND
Big game in Alaska is the ultimate in North American trophies. It’s a once in a lifetime hunt for most people and we are fortunate to have a good game population.
Jim Bailey is a Licensed Master Big Game Guide, licensed Commercial Pilot, and U.S. Coast Guard licensed marine officer, and has been guiding in Alaska for decades. This experience in guiding allows him the knowledge to know when, where and how to provide you with a successful hunt.
- Kodiak Brown Bear Hunts
- Mountain Goat Hunts
- Sitka Blacktail Hunts
I hunted brown bears with Jim in the spring of 2019, and had an amazing time. Jim is a joy to be around, has a great area, and there are LOTS of bears.