July 22, 2024


2023 Season Report

2023 was one of those rare seasons best viewed in the rearview mirror! As I’ve said before, don’t ever underestimate the significant impact Mother Nature and the weather can have on any hunt and the potential of going home with a nice animal or not. That, coupled with a hunter’s physical and mental stamina and fortitude, are two of the biggest factors governing the outcome of an Alaskan … Read More

2022 Season Report

Our 2022 season started with us again in my exclusive guide-use are within the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, on the tip of the southern Alaska Peninsula, for our spring Trophy Brown Bear hunt and it was an interesting brown bear season for us.  Spring seemed to arrive ten days to two weeks later than normal so initial bear sightings were a little slow, and low, but overall, we had reasonably … Read More

2021 Season Report

Our 2021 season actually started with a spring brown bear hunt, as the regular 2020 spring brown bear season was cancelled by the Alaska Department of Fish & Game due to the pandemic and after much effort, we as an industry, were able to get that season moved to the spring of 2021. Our 2021 spring season was excellent with all four of our hunters shooting nice brown bear, though one was … Read More

2020 Season Report

Thanks to the determination and tenacity of our hunters, and the excellent guides that work with me, I am very pleased to report that we survived the Covid-19 plandemic!  Despite all of the unprecedented challenges we faced this season because of it, we prevailed and had another great season! Due to European travel restrictions, and one US hunters concerns regarding Covid, we did have a few … Read More

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2019 Report

Our 2019 Professional Guiding and Hunting Season has started very well! We had another very safe, successful and enjoyable Trophy Dall Sheep Season this past August. Between our three separate Dall Sheep Camps, 10 of our 12 hunters shot nice trophy Dall Sheep! A few of our rams went over 161” and our oldest ram harvested this year was aged by the Alaska Department of Fish & Game at 13 years … Read More

2018 Report

The 2018 season started very well this spring with all but one of our hunters harvesting beautiful, 10 foot plus trophy brown bears with us in my Izembek National Wildlife Refuge Exclusive-Use guide area. They were 10’2”, 10’4” and 10’9” with from 27 8/16” to 27 10/16” skulls. The one hunter that didn’t get a bear could have easily shot a 9’6” bear at 50 yards on the second day of his hunt but it … Read More

2017 Report

2017, our 27th year hunting Dall Sheep in the Brooks Range, was another very safe, successful and enjoyable Dall Sheep season for us.  We had horrible weather this August (the last time I recall it being so consistently poor was in the fall of 1995) with a great deal of rain, low clouds, poor visibility, and snow.  Despite the poor weather challenges that Mother Nature threw at us, and the fact … Read More

2016 Season Report

For the most part the weather was cooperative during our 2016 season, which proved to be another good season for us.  It started with a good Spring Trophy Brown Bear season with three of our four hunters harvesting great bears!! They averaged 10’3 (10′ 2″, 9′ 11″ and 10′ 9″ respectively) and the largest skull was 28 12/16″ B&C (29 3/16″ SCI)!!! Our fourth hunter went after a 10′ + bear but … Read More