Alaska Hunting Guides – Arctic North Guides
Hunting Alaska Big Game
A successful Alaska hunting trip comes down to one simple thing – experience. At Arctic North Guides, we’ve been using our unparalleled experience to lead clients into the rugged Alaska landscape on productive Alaska hunts for 30 years. Our professional Alaskan guide’s combined experience is over 70 years, and we are proud to offer trips focusing on wild animals that can only be found in the frontier landscape of our Alaska home.
We are a true, full service Alaska guide and outfitting service, and our track record in the business speaks for itself. We offer big game hunts from mid-April to mid-November in two locations, Western Alaska and the Alaska Peninsula. These diverse locales are beyond the fringes of civilization itself, rich with a diversity and quantity of wildlife.
Western Alaska features hunts for grizzly bear, brown bear, and moose. The Alaska Peninsula is world renowned for Alaska hunts focusing on moose, waterfowl, and the mightiest of northern predators, the Peninsula brown bear or “coastal bear.”
Over 1,000 hunters have joined us for the Alaska hunting experience of a lifetime. At Arctic North Guides we don’t believe in making excuses, we believe success comes with dedication and experience. With so many guides, it can be difficult to know which outfit offering Alaska hunts is right for you. Maybe a little information about what your hunt will encompass can help you to make a decision.
Your Alaska Peninsula hunting trip will start in King Salmon. As a premier, full service guide and outfitting service you will quickly discover that all of our gear, and our entire staff, are of the highest quality. We operate three lodges, and our PA 18 Super Cub bush planes are the workhorses that makes our remote hunting operations possible.
Quality and reliability are of the utmost importance when living and doing business in the bush. We don’t cut corners when it comes to our equipment – we have a large investment in our operations and we run our hunts accordingly.
Our staff of professionals includes licensed and experienced commercial pilots, guides, assistants, cooks, and managers. Every person you meet on our hunts is a seasoned expert at their job, dedicated to providing you with success.
As we’ve said, experience is the key toward a successful experience. Our Alaska hunts are led by some of the best in the business, proving there is no substitute for skill combined with local knowledge.
Arctic North Guides is owned and operated by Phil Byrd of King Salmon, Alaska – an Alaska resident with a passion for providing clients with Alaska hunts they expect.
While our clients are diverse and seek to stalk a wide variety of wild game, there is no denying that stalking giant coastal brown bears offers the experience of a lifetime. We offer 10-day trips for trophy brown bears in the world famous Alaska Peninsula. Our Alaska hunts for these massive predators give our customers the opportunity to take aim at brown bears that are on average between 8 ½ to 9 feet, with some giants taken each year up to 10 ½ feet! This is the experience that makes Alaska world famous and a premier destination for hunters who take the sport seriously.
From King Salmon, clients are flown out to one of our main lodges or spike camps, deep in the untamed frontier known as Peninsula brown bear country. This wild and rugged terrain is their home, but we ensure that your experience is both comfortable and successful. We accomplish this with a combination of personalized service and the basic know-how that only comes with experience. Our featured brown bear trips take place May 10-25 and October 1-20.
If you’re serious about booking an Alaska hunting trip that meets your expectations then consider how experience makes all the difference. Whether you are looking for bear, wolf, caribou, Dall sheep, or moose you need look no further than Arctic North Guides. We are proud of what we do, and we believe that providing the best experience possible is the reason for our continued success.
Join us on one of our Alaska hunts and see for yourself why we choose to live on the fringe of the frontier, and remember, it’s all about experience.