July 23rd, 2019 Update
Alaska big game hunters, past clients and friends,
We have had a hot, smoky summer but it looks like a cool down is finally on its way! This is a very busy time as my first hunter arrives in less than two weeks. Now is certainly the time to start planning your 2020 hunt, before the best dates are gone. Let me know what you are looking for, and I’ll do my best to help you out. I’ll be out be out in the field a lot until early October, but am able to send and receive emails pretty regularly. I’ll do my best to respond promptly.
Also, the assault on non-resident hunters in Alaska, just never stops. Read here to learn about the latest: https://craigmedred.news/2019/05/30/whose-wildlife/ Be sure to read the reviews at the end too – not all Alaskans are hostile towards non-residents. While specific to Kodiak, this lawsuit will have state wide implications on non-resident allocation.
Alaska Professional Hunters Association (APHA) will be actively engaged in this lawsuit. To learn how to help our efforts through two awesome raffles APHA is holding – one for an Alaskan Dream hunt and the other for stone sheep, go here: http://alaskaprohunter.org/
I’m a Master Guide and have been outfitting in this area with very good success and customer satisfaction since 1987. I was recently awarded a 3rd term for my sole use Denali Preserve Concession, which will run through 2027. This is some really awesome country. Let us show it to you!
We hope you all have a great summer and fall!
Wayne Kubat, Master Guide #147
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Brown Bear Hunts
9 day, 1 x 1 – includes FREE incidental black bear or wolf
May, June, August & September = Prices start at $14,000.
These are great Alaskan Adventure hunts. While hunting for brown bear, you will also experience some of this great state’s finest scenery – to include Mt. Denali and several other majestic Alaska Range peaks. I try to custom fit each hunt and offer several options including fly-in back pack hunts, float trips, and light weight jet boat trips. We will be “roughing it” for the most part, spiking out in tents, eating freeze-dried and traveling light. We will hunt hard, and depending on the trip, can often cover a lot of ground. Hunting strategies include predator calling in moose calving areas, targeting fishing holes where bears are feeding on salmon, and glassing berry patches on hill sides. We can also offer a bait station option with more comfortable accommodations.
Moose season runs from August 20th – September 25th, and we can offer a trophy fee option on most bear hunts during open moose season. This area has a two brown bear limit, and we can offer a two brown bear option as well.
Dall Sheep Hunts
11 day, 1 x 1 = $20,000.00
Sheep season runs from August 10th – September 20th
We do most of our sheep hunting in my sole use guide concession in Denali Preserve, and generally do only 3 – 4 per year. We achieve very good success on above average rams. These hunts do require clients to be in very good physical condition.
Depending on which area we hunt, brown bear options can sometimes be added on a trophy fee basis (+$8000.00 if you also get a brown bear), or this hunt can also be upgraded to a 14 day, sheep/brown bear combination with no trophy fees for $26,000.00.
Ben W. from Pennsylvania
Wayne –After 20 years of hunting in several states, none in the lower 48 can compare to my “Alaska experience” with ARGS. I cannot say enough about yours and Marilyn’s hospitality and willingness to go the extra mile to help me with my trip from start to finish. Thanks again. – BW
Late August & September hunts for big bulls with options for brown bear. I have several options available. Go to our “Moose Hunts” page for more details. We also have camps that work great for friends or family.
These hunts occur above timberline via bush plane access, in a traditional rutting area with lots of big bulls and a very good brown bear population. I’ve hunted this area since the late 80’s and have achieved consistently high success. If you take a brown bear too, there is a $8000.00 trophy fee. FREE incidental black bear/ wolf or wolverine. Longer combinations and extra days are other options that are available.
Notes: We will also pick you up and return you to Anchorage on most hunts. Licenses and tags, a $150.00 Hunter Preservation Fee (http://alaskaprohunter.org/HPF.html) and guide gratuities are additional.
We hope to hear from you soon!
Sincerely – Wayne Kubat dba Alaska Remote Guide Service
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