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    Drew the Sturgeon River for next spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKaviator View Post
    Drew the Sturgeon River for next spring.
    I don't know the where abouts of that area. Is by olga bay, deadman bay, frazier lake ?? Larsn bay, Karluk ??

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    It's just beyond the Karluk river to the west. It drains into Shelikof Strait between Karluk and Sturgeon Head.

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    I think me & a buddy paid the natives $100 trespass fee in 2008 for Karluk lake. I know they have built a lodge and guest cabins on the lake's island since then for bear viewing. If I was you I would call Roland @ seahawk air. He is a great guy & very knowledgable of what goes on on Kodiak

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    Thanks, I know Roland and he is definitely knowledgable and a great pilot, I would use him for access if we go. The native corporation has been making some changes recently and they don't seem too friendly towards my budget. The numbers I have heard are in the $1500 range per bear.
    I'm friends with Larry Van Daele at ADF&G, he's been keeping me advised. If we go, we'll only target one bear for my son, though we both have tags.
    Thanks for the advice!

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    Darn greedy native corps. Cold bay bear hunt sounds better every year. Let me know how you guys do.

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    I scratched on the bear hunt this spring. The time I had allotted for it was spent waiting on weather to be flyable. It's about a 8-9 hour flight and half of it stayed IFR when I needed to go. Oh well, it's hard to fly or solo hunt brown bears in dense fog!
    My 300 grain Swift A-Frames will have to wait for awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKaviator View Post
    I scratched on the bear hunt this spring. The time I had allotted for it was spent waiting on weather to be flyable. It's about a 8-9 hour flight and half of it stayed IFR when I needed to go. Oh well, it's hard to fly or solo hunt brown bears in dense fog!
    My 300 grain Swift A-Frames will have to wait for awhile.
    did ya set a bait ??

 

 

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