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|Alaska - Stikine Guide Service|
|Alaska - High Country Guide Service||
Alaska - High Country Guide Service
Phone: (907) 250-0768
High Country Guide Service is owned and operated by Matt Moskiewicz (Registered Guide-Outfitter #1319). Since 2000 Matt has made his living guiding hunters, fisherman, photographers, filmmakers, geologists, birders and other outdoor enthusiasts all over the Pacific.
If you are looking for a trip in Alaska that brings you to the finest hunting and fishing and guided by a real mountian man, then High Country Guide Service is for you. Matt prides himself on his totally custom made trips. A few things that set him apart from the rest is that he only books one hunter (or group) at a time which assures that all your needs can be met. Matt does all the guiding, you will never be stuck with an assistant guide. Matt is in the field year round so you won't be booking with one of those outfits that only operates 6 weeks out of the year and spends the rest of their time somewhere else. Trips are currently being booked for black bear (inland and coastal), grizzly and brown bear, Dall sheep, mountain goats, moose, caribou, predator hunting, trapping, waterfowl and wing shooting. Matt also offer's trips for non-hunters such as fishing, rafting, hiking, photography and wilderness expedition.
|Alaska - George Siavelis Master Guide LLC||
Alaska - George Siavelis Master Guide LLC
PO Box 26
Gila, NM 88038
Alaska Brown Bear hunting is the ultimate in North American adventure! Alaska hunting guide George Siavelis now specializes exclusively, on big brown bear hunting along Alaska’s Gulf Coast region. The streams in these areas receive heavy salmon runs, including all five pacific salmon species. The bears in these areas are as large as bears get anywhere in the world. Watching the largest carnivores on earth, aggressively hunting and catching salmon, often just 30 or 40 yards away, will get your blood pumping, and will not be forgotten easily. Hunting the great bears along these streams is very exciting in deed. A giant coastal brown bear is the ultimate trophy.
Alaska hunting guide George Siavelis has a U.S. Forest Service Priority Use Permit in the ChugachNational Forest, Cordova Ranger District. George lived, hunted, and trapped in the Alaskan bush year-round for many years and scouted many areas. George has chosen the best areas that he has found to hunt in. These game management units along the coast are indeed prime brown bear habitat and have very high densities of bears and produce some very large trophies. Recently the Alaska Board of Game has been taking steps to deal with the higher brown bear populations in some of these areas!
During the last few years, the focus has been on the fall hunts when the brown bears are concentrated along the small salmon streams. Consequently, more bears are seen at very close range. In fact, George likes to hunt right on what he calls the “salmon holes”, where the salmon congregate, and the big brown bears are actively fishing everyday. These coastal wet areas are lush, and rich in a diverse variety of wildlife.
|Alaska - Alaska Coastal Guiding|