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Thrilling Guided Hunting Excursions from Fairbanks, AK

Discover why so many people from around the world turn to our team at Alaska Adventures Unlimited for guided hunting excursions from Fairbanks, AK. Not only that, but we also get plenty of visitors for our fishing and bear-viewing trips to Kodiak Island. No matter what has brought you to our doorstep, we assure you that our hunting trips are engaging experiences delivered with the highest level of customer service as you enjoy all that this pristine wilderness has to offer.

The Heart of Region

About 100 miles south of Fairbanks, the Alaska Range is seen by many as the heart of the region. In this interior part of the state, not far from Denali National Park, master hunting guide Tom Kirstein leads parties into one of the world's least explored wild areas. This part of Alaska is known for its rich history of producing trophy game as far back as the Gold Rush. Here you can find Dall sheep, moose, caribou, wolves, grizzly bears, and black bears. 

If you plan your hunting trip with Tom, you get the full Alaska experience. He leads hunts with saddle and pack horses to access remote mountain campsites. The local autumn hunting season lasts from August 10 to September 20. Dall sheep are the preferred game in August, while September is best for moose, grizzlies, and combination hunts for multiple species. 

If you like a challenge on the water, then try your luck with Alaska Outdoor Adventures. We proudly offer the best in sportfishing guided adventures that are sure to satisfy even the most serious angler.

Alaska Peninsula Hunts

Our hunting area on the Alaska Peninsula is known as the Ugashik River and is located 100 miles south of the community of King Salmon. This area has a healthy bear population and is perfect for any hunter who wants to harvest a trophy brown bear. Visitors should fly to King Salmon and travel to meet Tom in Ugashik Village. He has a nearby camp with comfortable cabins that make the perfect home base for Alaska Peninsula adventures. Tom has been hunting at this location since 1986, and he knows the terrain intimately.

Kodiak Island Hunts

Hunting on Kodiak Island takes place at the famous Deadman Bay Bear Camp, which is located 90 miles from Kodiak City on the southeast end of the island. Established in the 1940s by Master Guide number one, Hal Waugh, this is the oldest established bear hunting camp in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. At this location, there are excellent populations of brown bears, mountain goats, and Sitka black-tailed deer. The area offers the best trophy hunting opportunities for all of these species and has produced many record trophy bears. Bear viewing trips are also available. Remember, Kodiak Island is the only place where Kodiak bears come from!

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